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38 soya oil recipes

Last Updated : Sep 02,2019


सोया का तेल रेसिपी - हिन्दी में पढ़ें (soya oil recipes in Hindi)
સોયા તેલ રેસીપી - ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો (soya oil recipes in Gujarati)


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Perfect choice for the cold, rainy day, when you want to wake your sleeping senses with a spicy malwani gravy! a traditional recipe, from the heart of the maharashtra, the green gravy with coconut milk and the garden fresh feel of coriander, are indeed a pleasure to accost! not only a sensory deligh ....
Aloo and methi are made-for-each-other, irrespective of the form in which they are cooked. With tofu, they become even more enticing! Although fenugreek makes an ideal combination, you can also replace it with other greens like palak for a change. I have not cooked the stuffing in this recipe; howev ....
A low calorie subzi for health freaks! This subzi is a double dose of health as it is not only low cal but also made using soya oil, soya granules, fenugreek etc. which are high in vitamin A and calcium. Low fat milk (99.7% fat free) is easily available in the market, however you can make skimmed mi ....
The very prefix of "kadai" is a qualifier for a recipe. . . You can be almost sure you are in for a rich, scrumptious feast! this special dish, which is a low cal variation of the original recipe, is just as tasty as the high calorie original version. Sliced capsicum make the dish look rather "prett ....
As the name suggests, these Rotis are masaledar and delectably spicy! If you want them even spicier, you can add finely chopped green chillies. Whole cumin seeds impart taste and crunch to the Rotis, and you can also add carom seeds (ajwain) or sesame seeds for more crunch and taste. asafetida, whic ....
Another blend of Indian and international flavours, that is sure to steal your heart! It's a favourite with me as it has corn, cheese and capsicum. Coloured capsicum makes these Parathas rather good-looking; and it's easy to tempt anyone to taste them! It is advisable to use cooking or mozzarella ch ....
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.
These Rotis are ideal for serving with Subzis... thanks to the mild flavours of sweet corn and cheese. Buy fresh sweet corn and boil them till they are just cooked, avoiding over-cooking as that will result in hard Rotis. Crushed sweet corn helps to bind the dough, so be careful not to add too much ....
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 ....
Yin and yang. Black and white. Life always becomes more interesting when opposites come together! in this recipe, the crunchiness of sprouts and the softness of tofu come together in one bowl to steal your heart! this dish is easy to make but absolutely delicious! you can use a combination of sprout ....
Texture is as important to a dish as flavour itself and that is precisely what makes this dish so exceptional! Soya and cauliflower combine really well in the stuffing as the soaked soya granules and grated cauliflower have similar a texture. Mint and coriander further add their unique flavours, mak ....
Ah, the very mention of Mooli ka Paratha makes one's mouth water! To pep up this already interesting recipe I've added tofu to it. Radish has a high water-content. So, if you keep it aside for long, the stuffing will become watery and the Parathas will become soggy. To avoid this, add salt to the st ....
If you ever thought, "Oh, what can be different about a dough!" you are in for a surprise here. With the addition of soya products, the dough gets enhanced with nutrients like protein, calcium, iron, vitamin A, etc. If you do not get soya milk easily, use water or normal milk instead.
Frankly, a kulcha is not a mere accompaniment… it is a delicacy in its own right! here, I have used whole wheat flour and soya flour instead of plain flour to make the khulchas. Khulchas are thick and they fluff up like phulkas. Don't forget… they taste best when hot! Traditionally, they are s ....
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