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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Chilli Soya Chunks

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Chilli Soya Chunks


This Chilli Soya Chunks is just one of own recipe, which is simple and easy to make. This is as we make any subji with all kind of masala in it. My Husband and Dad like this Chilli soya chunks very much.. because its different.. :) spicy tangy yummy !!

I'm sending this recipe to Rajitha's - Hunger Pangs - WBB: Soy and products. Thank you rajitha for the wonderful event, Which made me to try some new recipes. The recipe is as follows..


Ingredients

1 cup Soya Chunks
1 cup Tomatoes Chopped
1/4 cup Onions Chopped
1 tbsp Ginger and Garlic Paste
1/2 tsp Garam masala
1/2 tsp Paparika (for red color)
1/2 tsp Red chilli powder
1/2 tsp Cumin and Coriender powder
1/4 tsp Termeric powder
2 tbsp Oil
Salt as per taste
3-4 tbsp Cilantro chopped






Pre-preperation

Soak the soya chunks in water for about half an hour, so that the soya chunks are soft to use. Later squeze out the water from the soya chunk. So that later the tomato gravy is absorbed by it.. :) Some tricks while cooking.

Method

1. Heat up oil, add ginger garlic paste. Saute for a while and then add chopped onion.
2. Saute onion til it is transparent. Add chopped tomatoes, add pinch of salt( Salt makes tomatoes cook early) and cook it for 2-3 minutes.
3. When the tomatoes are cooked smash them in the pan it self to make a gravy kind.
4. Add all the masalas, 3-4 tbsp of water and cook it for few minutes to make it a thick gravy.
5. Now add the soaked squezed soya chunks and cook it for 2-3 minutes.
6. Garnish with cilantro, and Chilli Soya chunks are ready to be served.


Chilli Soya Chunks


25 comments:

Rajitha said...

Archana..the chilly chunks is a nice idea...looks great :)

Dhivya said...

Archana..Chilly soya chunks really looks yummy...different idea,,will surely try

Ramya's Mane Adige said...

have never got myself to try anything withh soy chunks as yet.... your recipe sounds interesting!

Nags said...

never tried this one out. i normally just make the soy chunks masala with onions and tomatoes

Sia said...

some how i could never convince myself to buy and cook with soya chunks. but WBB has sure changed my mind:)
r u from m'lore too?

Pooja said...

nice idea to spice up soya !
Thanks for sharing archy .

Archana said...

Hey i just bought some soya and wondering how i can make a simple and quick recipe. This sounds great, i guess i will omit the paprika for my children.
Archana
http://www.archanaskitchen.com

bhags said...

the chilly soya chunks look delicious. thanks for the recipe

Archy said...

Rajatha,
Thank you dear !!

Dhivya,
Thanx, Sure try it and let me knw How is it ?? :) !!

Ramya,
Thank you, Oh then surely u can try this, Its simple and easy tasty too !!

Nags,
Thank you for stopping by.. U can try this too for a change :) !!

Sia,
Yup, WBB has made us to think and cook Soy and products..Some thing different from usual vegetables !!
Hey, I'm from Mangalore.. Ru from mangalore.. Good to see mangalorians around the blog !! Cheers !!
Thank you for dropping here :)

Pooja,
Yup, Thanks a lot Pooja..

Archana,
Oh, Thats nice.. sure go head !! And let me knw the result :) !!

Bhags,
Thank you for visiting my blog and support..

Vanamala said...

Thank you for leaving the comment in my blog.

Never tried soy chunks will try it. Chilli soya Gr8t having this in the winter.

glad to know you are from kannada davru!!!

Sagari said...

I dont like the taste of soy chunks but your recipe looks yummmmm

zlamushka said...

My first time at your blog. Love your idea about picturing ingredients. Good luck, will be back :-)

Grihini said...

me too never tried anything with Soya before. Try maadthini. :)

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...

HI archana, a time tested recipe for success and very nutritious..all the best for the entry.

Purnima said...

Archy,glad to discover your blog thru the soy event u participated in! i made this on saturday n loveeddd it! got over in a jiffy! tks for sharing..(chilli soya chunks)

Creative Mom said...

Your recipe looks good, and easy to make. Will try it out today itself. You may visit my blog too. Its about 'Creativity for Children'.

Creative Mom said...

Forgot to mention my blog ID: www.kreativekiddy.blogspot.com

sapthanaa balachander said...

Hey Archy,.. i was looking out for this recipe and that is what i found in urs..will make it tomorrow and wil post how that turned out to be.. and dont mind ok if i post ur recipes to my site.. credits goes to u always.. thanks!!!11

sailu said...

I tried this recipe...n it came out yummy....but since i wanted to have it with pulav, i added a little buttermilk while cooking the tomatoes...
it came out fantastic..
thank u archy...god bless

Madhumathi said...

Hi Archy,I made this today and it was super yummy.Actually ,a friend of mine has tried your this soya chunks recipe and asked me to try it too.Its simple and delicious..Thanks for sharing :)

Archy said...

Creative Mom, Sapthanaa, Sailu, Madhumathi..
Thank you all for trying an liking this soya recipe !!

Neethu said...

I planning to make today soya..so was searching for a recipe a found ur blog...loks yummy.hoping to try today..will let u know how it turned out...

http://neetzkitchen.blogspot.com/

Luv
Neethu

Manikandan said...

Thanks Archy for the recipe, I just now cooked my first dish in my life...the "Chilli Soya Chunks".
I kept the food in front of my family god and just now I started having my dinner....thanks again for a delicious recipe...God bless you..

thanks
manikandan
wolves
UK

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