November 2, 2010

SOYA CHUNKS FRY

Hi All!!!



Missed u all like hell :(.. i was on vacation for almost 45 days and just came back yesterday. Boy am i glad that i m back :).. now i can blog again and be on track with all u people out here.... so how was ur all blogging.. hope everyone was having fun... so many recipes and i really dont know from where i should begin to look from each one of urs :).. i m so happy to see my friends are and have progressed a lot :)...

This is a simple easy to do dish and especially when u r out of stock of veggies in ur fridge :).. A protein rich food and very healthy one!!

Ingredients :
Soya Chunks - 15-20 pieces
Onions - 1-2 nos sliced
Garlic - 4-5 cloves big sliced
Green Chilli - 2-3 nos chopped
Curry Leaves - 2 spring
Chicken powder - 1 tsp or more as per your taste ( i used eastern chicken powder)
Salt - as needed

Preparation:
Soak soya chunks in hot boiled water and cover and keep for 20-30 mins. Then drain the soya chunks and squeeze all the water out from the chunks . Cut the soya chunks inot small pieces and keep aside.

In a pan add oil, once hot add in the onions, garlic, curry leaves and green chilli. Saute till onions are slight brown in color and then add in the powder and saute for 1 min. Then add in the soya chunks and mix properly and saute till the whole mix gets light brown in color.Add salt accordingly and serve with rotis.

Cheers,
Neetz;)

Note:
For veggie people, u can use curry powders instead of chicken one.
Chunks need not be cut into small pieces if not desired.

17 comments:

Pushpa said...

Nutritious and yummy dish....

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aipi said...

Hey Neetz..Glad to see you back..missed you so much !
Soya fry looks awesome!

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Hamaree Rasoi said...

Hi Neetz

Soya chunks look deliciously made. It is the closest to meat. Very healthy as well. Excellent method.

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

Suja Sugathan said...

Hi Neetu..how r u dear, so happy to see you back.
Yummy recipe dear..healthy and looks so inviting

Umm Mymoonah said...

Hi Neetz,
Welcome back, we missed you too. Hope you had a good time in your holidays. The fry looks very delicious.

Priya said...

Hope u had great time Neetz, soya chunks fry looks absolutely delicious..

Madhu said...

Very nice. I will sure try this at home.

Rachana said...

Welcome back Neetz :-)

Soya chunks fry look really good n tempting.

Kairali sisters said...

Looks yumm and welcome back Neethu..

Krishnaveni said...

welcome back dear, that's a delicious and easy recipe, looks so good

Treat and Trick said...

Welcome back dear, simple but yummy dish. Happy Diwali to you and family...

Jaisy James said...

looks delicious

anamika said...

Thanks for commenting on my bog..i love soya chunks and i made curry of these..will try this also:)

NIDHYA said...

So how was your vacation? Had fun?

Simple and delicious soya fry.

Aaha Oho

Nitha said...

Love soya chunks.. ethu adipoli aayittunde..

Hari Chandana said...

Healthy and delicious recipe.. looks gr8 !!

Nikki said...

Hey,,I missed ths soya recipe..looks yumm and good protiens for vegans.
cheers and happy cooking,
Nikki,
Titilating-tastebuds.blogspot.com

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