Indian food may be some of the most vegetarian friendly food around. I love it because it is full of spices and doesn’t mean spicy but complex. I also like the fact that those complex flavors can transform even the blandest of foods into something both meat-eaters and vegetarians will eat. I started making these fritters after a friend told me that he went to a local Indian restaurant, Chakra (Paramus, NJ) had cauliflower that “taste like chicken.” In an effort to recreate the experience, I started researching “Indian fried cauliflower” on You tube, blogs, Indian cookbooks. Based on my research, I created my own version with what I had available on hand.
When I first made these fritters it was based on Gobi Manchurian which is the fritter with a spicy sauce. My family doesn’t really care for the spicy sauce so I make sure the batter is extra flavorful…
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