Vegan Manchurian is a popular Indo-Chinese dish made with vegetable balls that are deep-fried and then cooked in a spicy, tangy sauce. The vegetable balls are usually made with a combination of finely chopped vegetables such as cabbage, carrots, onions, and bell peppers, mixed with flour and spices, and then shaped into small balls. These balls are then deep-fried until crispy and golden brown.
For the sauce, a mixture of soy sauce, chili sauce, vinegar, and other spices and flavorings such as garlic and ginger is used to create a spicy and tangy flavor. The vegetable balls are then cooked in the sauce until they are coated evenly and the flavors have melded together.
Vegan Manchurian is usually served hot as a main dish with steamed rice or noodles, and can also be served as an appetizer. It is a popular dish in many Indian restaurants and is loved for its delicious blend of flavors and textures.