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82 Soy chunks recipes

Last Updated : Nov 19,2019


सोया चन्कस् रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (Soy chunks recipes in Hindi)
સોયા ચન્કસ્ રેસીપી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (Soy chunks recipes in Gujarati)

82 Soya chunks recipes 

Soya chunk recipe collection. It is generally difficult for vegetarians to incorporate enough protein in their diet to meet their daily protein needs. Even though Indians have a regular intake of pulses and dals, there is still some catching up to do. This is where Soya chunks come in. Made from Soybean flour that is obtained during the process of extracting soy oil and then sun dried, these chunks not only are a rich source of protein, but also of calcium, iron and omega-3 fatty acids.

Soya Mutter ki SubziSoya Mutter ki Subzi

How to use Soya Chunks

Since the chunks are dry, they need to be boiled for a few seconds and then soaked in that water for 15 to 20 minutes while covered with a lid. Once the chunks are soft, you have to squeeze out the water from them and they are ready to use. One can even add salt while soaking these since they do not have any flavor of their own.

Indian Soya Chunks Subzi Recipes

Soya Mutter in Coconut GravySoya Mutter in Coconut Gravy

Replacing certain vegetables like potatoes with Soya chunks adds nutritive value to your food while removing the extra carbs like in Rajasthani Style Kaddu Aur Soya ki Subzi wherein the combination of soya chunks and pumpkins really lift the dish. When combined with unique flavors like green peas and coconut, it yields a beautiful curry called Soya Mutter in Coconut Gravy that you can eat with phulka rotis or parathas. Another finger licking subzi you can make is the Shahi Soya Subzi where soya chunks are used in place of paneer in a rich and lucious gravy made of different aromatics and spices. If you want to make a dry subzi, you can make Panchkutiyu Shaak, a gujarati subzi with different vegetables and a base made of coconut and coriander.

Innovative Soya Chunks Recipes

Soya Mutter PulaoSoya Mutter Pulao

A lot of meat lovers out there who have turned vegetarian are always looking for substitutes to put in their food. By using soya chunks in Soya Mutter Pulao you are replacing the meat with the nutritious soyabean product. The chunks can also be used alongside chana and flavored with masalas to make Chana Soya Masala. Instead of using fried besan balls in Dapka Kadhi, you can impress a crowd with this innovative Soya Mutter Kadhi which also boasts of flavors from tomatoes and onions.

Snacks Recipes using Soya Chunks

Oriental Soya and Babycorn Stir-fryOriental Soya and Babycorn Stir-fry

Soya chunks in themselves do not have any particular flavor and hence can be paired with anything and it will absolutely adapt and absorb the flavors. One of the many ways you can utilize this characteristic is by adding the chunks to stir fries of various kinds, one of my favorite ones being Oriental Soya and Babycorn stir fry, which has a salty, garlicky taste and you can add any veggies to it that you want. You can also make Soya Tikkis in Malwani Gravy where the tikkis are made of soya chunks, potatoes and carrots and added to a coconut based gravy. If you don’t want to make the gravy then it is okay as well because the tikkis taste delicious in themselves.



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This protein-rich combination of chana and soya is sure to steal the show, as the texture and flavours will be loved by everybody young and old. Flavoured amply with masala pastes and powders, and kasuri methi for a final highlight, the Chana Soya Masala is a delightful subzi that is very easy to pr ....
Unbelievably tasty yet easy to prepare, the Soya Mutter Pulao is a wholesome treat that your entire family will love. It features an interesting combination of soya chunks and green peas, which contrast each other well in appearance, flavour and texture too. While the pulao does feature the standard ....
Chunky, mealy soya nuggets and juicy green peas simmered in a tangy curd-based gravy, the Soya Mutter ki Subzi is an exciting way to add soya to your meal. While the curds-besan mixture gives the dish a kadhi like flavour, the addition of onions, tomatoes and spice powders makes this semi-dry ....
Soya bean nuggets and peas simmered in a tangy curd based gravy.
The low-calorie soya delicacy is a favourite with nutritionists. Its high protein and heart- protective compounds make a healthy addition to the regular pulao.
When it comes to health food, stir-fries are always on top of my list, as it is quite easy to monitor the amount of fat used. I have chosen soya nuggets because of their low 'bad' cholesterol, and baby corn adds the much-needed crunch w ....
Soya vegetable medley, a tongue-tingling, spicy vegetable dish, which makes you feel stronger thanks to the immunity boost that the protein-rich soya chunks proffer! besides soya, coconut milk is also a good source of proteins; however it is high in fat too, making this an apt dish for athletes and ....
Pulaos are always a welcome addition to any meal. A pulao can often make a complete meal by itself. The soya chunks added to this aromatic pulao are easily available in the market and are a rich source of protein and vitamin b12 - a vitamin which is otherwise lacking in vegetarian diets.
A great way to sneak in protein and calcium packed soya nuggets in your diet.
Every province has its traditional style of cooking their favourite vegetables. Here, we have chosen a popular Rajasthani subzi usually made using potatoes and pumpkin, and smartly replaced starchy potatoes with multi-nutrient soya chunks instead. In all other ways, the Rajasthani Style Kaddu aur So ....
Even the humble soya chunks become royal when floated atop a rich "Shahi" white gravy. Drain out the water and also the foam that forms on top of the onions and cashew mix when cooking as the flavour will be spoilt if you keep the foam on.
There is a marathi word called 'zhanzanit' that describes this dish perfectly… the method of cooking and the thoughtful combination of spices give this particular recipe a fantastic texture and taste. I warn you it is tough to stop eating this subzi once you start. Serve with phulkas or soya puris a ....
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