Aditi Gupta

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Pan fried Soya chunks

Pan fried Soya chunks

Cook Duration 35:00
Food TypeVeg
Recipe Calories 439kcal
Protein
52gm
Fat
11gm
Carbs
33gm

Ingredients

  • Recipe Ingredients list100 gm soya chunks
  • Recipe Ingredients list50 gm onion
  • Recipe Ingredients list100 gm tomato
  • Recipe Ingredients list2-3 fresh garlic cloves
  • Recipe Ingredients listFresh Coriander
  • Recipe Ingredients listCurry leaf
  • Recipe Ingredients list10 gm butter/ghee/olive oil

Direction

Step-1

Place soya chunks in a container and fill this container with water making sure chunks are completely immersed in water

Step-2

Now place this container over cook top and boil soya chunks for next 8-10 minutes keep checking in between so that your soya chunks are soft, juicy and not getting burnt due to excess heat

Step-3

Remove soya chunk container from the cook top and wait for a while. Rinse them with cold water and squeeze out all the excess water

Step-4

Marinate soya chunks with black pepper,chilli powder, fresh ginger garlic, salt and with all the spices you want to add in some quantity. keep it aside for 10 minutes

Step-5

Heat oil in a pan add curry leaf,add freshly chopped onions and some salt. Salt will absorb moisture from onion and helps onion to get cooked fast.Saute well till onions turns light brown

Step-6

Add turmeric powder,coriander powder, garam masla, tandoori paneer masala and fry it well

Step-7

Add tomato puree and mix it well.Cover and cook for 5-7 minutes

Step-8

Add marinated soya and 1/2 cup water.Adjust salt and other spices and cook for another 15 minutes

Step-9

Now open the lid and cook until water evaporates

Step-10

Add fresh coriander and mix it well

Step-11

Serve it with rice if you want it in curry form or make it dry and have it in mid-evening as snacks
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Kavya arni

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Jennifer Dixon

I can’t wait to try this! I just purchased soya chunks and my husband and I have been trying to use them with less than marginal success. This looks awesome!

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