Again I am posting a recipe which I tried from my co-bloggers. And again it is Preetha Chechi of A Bowl of Curry.
This time I tried two versions of these, I did a fry as well as baking. Baking version was little spicy still it was delicious too. As it didn't had much oil, good for health also.
I just added few more masala according to our taste buds.So it has a slight variation from chechi's recipe.
Soya chunks / Meal maker - 2 cups
Ginger garlic paste - 1 tea spoon
Chili powder - 1/2 tea spoon.
garam masala - 1/4 tea spoon
turmeric powder - 1/4 tea spoon
salt - as per taste
Oil - to fry the chunks (1/2 cup to 1 cup)
curry leaves - a few
1. Boil 3-4 cups of water in a wide bowl and soak the chunks in it for 30 minutes.
2. when the water is in bearable heat or it is cool down, squeeze the water completely from the chunks
3.wash it in cold water two to three times and squeeze the water completely. cut them into half.
4. let it stand for five minutes, then add the masalas given and the ginger garlic paste, and mix well...
5. let it marinate for 1-2 hours (if you are in hurry atleast 30 mins)
6.Heat oil in a pan or kadai, add curry leaves and the marinated chunks, fry untill they become golden brown and crispy.
7.Repeat the steps for the remaining chunks.
If you are baking,
1.Preheat oven to 350F,
2.sprinkle a tea spoon of oil to the chunks and mix well.
3. Then spread it in a baking sheet, and bake for 15 - 20 minutes
4. In between turn the chunks using a wooden spoon or spatula for even cooking.
Baked chunks are ready to serve.... :)
Sending this recipe to,
Valentine's Treat event by Indrani
cook and share what you like event
South Indian cooking hosted by Nandoos Kitchen and organized by Anu
Kid's delight baked treats hosted by PJ and organized by Srivalli
dish-it-out- Side Dishes hosted by Sathya Priya, organized by vardhini@ cooks joy
Super and healthy fry.. Looks yumm..ReplyDelete
healthy and tasty soya fry. Love to have this any time. Thanks for linking this to my event. Looking for more wonderful recipes from you.ReplyDelete
On-going event: South Indian cooking
Looks very healthy and nutritious!!ReplyDelete
That looks yummm..ReplyDelete
Yummy n healthyReplyDelete
Looks so yum and the addition of ginger garlic paste will surely enhance its tastes...... beautifully clicked... loved the fried curry leaves on top...ReplyDelete
I've always been a fan of soy chunks and as you've said, the protein and nutrients. Love the simplicity and the scent curry leaves into the dish.ReplyDelete