Tawa Gobi Manchurian is basically pan-fried cauliflower Manchurian. The word Manchurian comes from Manchuria, which is the homeland of the Manchu people. Manchurian is the result of the adaptation of Chinese cooking techniques to suit Indian tastes. It has become a staple in Indian Chinese cuisine. Gobi Manchurian is a very popular Indian Chinese (also known as an Indo-Chinese) dish. Typically, Gobi Manchurian is a deep-fried dish, while Tawa Gobi Manchurian is a more wholesome and healthier recipe and a lip-smacking dish that is pan-fried. It’s packed with the flavours of ginger, onion, garlic, chilli and classic Indian spices. Manchurian is a very popular street food in India, and kids especially enjoy eating it a lot. This recipe is an easy-to-make snack for kids that can be made at home without worrying about the health hazards of street food. It can also be a great starter for your house parties and dinners. You can enjoy it with gravy or have it dry, according to your preference.