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Soyabean Gatta Curry

Soyabean Gatta Curry

Cook Duration 00:25
Food TypeVeg
Recipe Calories 387kcal
Protein
30gm
Fat
13gm
Carbs
35gm

Ingredients

  • Recipe Ingredients listSoyabean Granules powder: 50g
  • Recipe Ingredients listWhole wheat flour: 25g
  • Recipe Ingredients listCurd: 100g
  • Recipe Ingredients listOil/Ghee: 10g
  • Recipe Ingredients listOnion: 1 large
  • Recipe Ingredients listGinger: 1/2 inch
  • Recipe Ingredients listGarlic: 3-4
  • Recipe Ingredients listGreen Chilli: 1or 2
  • Recipe Ingredients listMasalas:- Haldi, Red chilli powder, Dhania powder, Hing, ajwain, jeera, garam masala, salt to taste
  • Recipe Ingredients listFresh Corriender

Direction

Step-1

Prepare the Gatta- Make a soft dough (using both the flours +5g oil + 25g curd + haldi +dhania + red chilli + salt + ajwain+ little hing and water)

Step-2

Divide it into equal portions and using fingers roll into a cylindrical shape (like a soup stick).

Step-3

In a pan boil about 3 cups water and add these sticks to it. cook for 7-8 minutes. (Tip: once they start floating on the top it's a sign that they are cooked)

Step-4

Take them out on a dry plate and let it chill to room temperature. Then cut them into smaller pieces. You can save the remaining water for the curry

Step-5

Preparation of the Curry - Make onion paste (in a blender add onion, garlic, ginger & green chilles) - In the remaining 75g curd add little water and smoothen it

Step-6

In a pan add remaining 5g oil. Add Jeera once it starts crackling add onion paste and cook it till golden brown.

Step-7

Add smoothened curd and cook for about 7 minutes (keep stirring constantly) Now add masalas (haldi, dhania, red chilli, garam masala, hing) and cook for 3-4 minutes

Step-8

Add water and bring it to Boil. Now add the gatta and simmer on low flame for 7-8 minutes.

Step-9

Top it with fresh coriander leaves and serve preferably with steamed rice.
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Namrata Agarwal

this sounds awesome! one question though, is it possible to make this with soybean flour instead of soya granuals?

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Archana Arora

Neha agarwal please chk this awesome recipe

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Archana Arora

superb recipe. and i love this gatte ki sabji. it is unbelievable ..tht soya chunks can b had as gatte ki sabji.. thanks alot. i hv a query, while uploading recipes, we should count calories from onion tomatoes too?

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