Whole gobhi…. Grilled on the BBQ!

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July 2, 2015


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Whole gobhi…. Grilled on the BBQ!
A stunning BBQ offering, that will wow your guests! I first made this for my annual BBQ last year on the suggestion of a fellow foodie Shimpa and was absolutely taken aback by the response of my guests! It was an absolute hit among both vegetarians and non-vegetarians! 🙂
Unlike cut gobhi the whole gobhi retains crunchiness and moisture much better and does not go limp! I have used two different marinades, one I named the Blond, the other the Red-head! 🙂
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For the Red-head Gobhi
Wash dry and marinate small gobhis (with the bottom cut off slightly so that they can sit easily) in a light marinade of salt & chaat masala. After 2-3 hours drain juices from gobhi and keep aside. In a bowl mix 1tsp each of ginger-garlic paste, 2tbsp thick yoghurt, 1tbsp oil, salt and 11/2 tbsp of the Tandoori Masala…..Now rub the prepared mix all over the gobhi and marinate for another 2-3 hours. Grill on a low/medium hot bbq, basting with butter intermittently till done! Carve into bite size pieces and serve hot!

For the Blond Gobhi:
Wash dry and marinate small gobhis (with the bottom cut off slightly so that they can sit easily) in a light marinade of salt & chaat masala. After 2-3 hours drain juices from gobhi and keep aside. In a bowl mix, 1tsp each of ginger-garlic paste, 1 tsp green chilli paste, 2tbsp thick yoghurt, 1 tbsp cream cheese, salt and garam masala. Now rub the prepared mix all over the gobhi and marinate for another 2-3 hours. Grill on a low/medium hot bbq, basting with butter intermittently till done! Carve into bite size pieces and serve hot!

Courtesy: Shimpa

4 comments on “Whole gobhi…. Grilled on the BBQ!

  1. May 20, 2014 Ruchika

    Thanks for the yummy reciepes Ruchi…! Can we do it in OTG if yes…..then at what temp ?

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    • May 20, 2014 ruchiairen

      Yes sure you can…..bake in a 425F oven till cooked through, then broil for the last few minutes to brown on top!

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  2. September 29, 2015 Radeema

    How long do we grill it approx?

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    • October 6, 2015 ruchiairen

      Depends upon the size and thickness of gobhi! Should take atleast 20 minutes…if not more!

      Reply

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