Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Soya Granules And Peas

This soy granules is a healthy food for small kids to old age people. And Good for diabetics and heart patients. An important point to consider is the high fiber and protein content.It is a healthy and tasty substitute for most of our meats. Soya granules is hundred percent vegetarian. The only ingredient in the product is soya beans.


50g Soya granules
100g Green peas( I used frozen peas)
2 big Tomatoes( finely chopped into small peaces)
1 big Onion (finely chopped into small peaces)
1 small bunch Coriander( finely chopped)
2 Green chillies(chopped)
2tsp Ginger&Garlic past
2tsp Red chilly powder
1sp Coriander powder
1/2 Garam masala powder
1/2 Turmeric
2 no Cardamoms
Salt
1tbs Oil
Curry leaves

1. Soak the soya granules in hot water for about 5 mints. Squeeze to remove excess
water from soaked soya granules.
2. Heat the oil in a kadai, add one bye one cardamoms, curry leaves, chopped green
chillies and onions. fry until onion turns transparent. add Green peas.
3. Add ginger garlic past, fry for a minute then add red chilly powder, coriander
powder,turmeric powder, garam masala and mix it well.
4. Add chopped Tomato and cook until tomatoes are well cooked.
5. Mix the soya granules and cover the lid. cook on low fire for some time.
6. adjust the salt and mix 1/4 cup of water and again cover lid, cook until all the
water evaporated.
7. Mix the coriander and switch off the stove.

24 comments:

RAKS KITCHEN said...

Thats a cool one and sounds healthy ,thanks for sharing the recipe:)

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

this is my fav dish. i make them using big soy chunks. never added peas in this dish.. looks awesome and tempting. goes great with rotis and curd rice.

Premyscakes said...

That really a healthy dish. Looks great and yummy.

rekhas kitchen said...

mmmmm choostene nooru oorutundi intresting recipe

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow iam drooling over. Healthy and yummy.

Happy cook said...

It looks really delciious. I have never cokes withsoya grnules.

Shama Nagarajan said...

one of my fav....delicious

Daily Meals said...

Healthy and tasty one...I too posted one recipe with soy granules long back...

Priya said...

Delicious..lovely click...goes awesome as side for any rice dishes na...

Cham said...

I make this one and i ve in my blog too... It is great subst for all meat lover

Vanamala said...

wow nice dish....

Smitha said...

First time at your blog!! Cute one..

Chandani said...

lovely recipe....you have some great dishes over here..:)

VG said...

Hi Andhra. Thanks for visiting my blog. You have some great food here and good to see another Aussie blogger.

Let me know how you go making the dish I recently posted. Adding you to my blog list.

Nazarina A said...

This looks so tasty almost like the meat version. I do not eat a lot of meat though, so I should try your fabulous rendition!
Thanks for stopping by, have a happy Holiday!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

Very flavorful! A wonderful and healthy dish!

Cheers,

Rosa

vidhas said...

Very healthy recipe.

Uma said...

lovely recipe. looks so yummy and healthy too!

Adlak's tiny world said...

a very good protienious healthy food and looks tasty.....

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

This is so healthy. YUM!. Looks so good. Nice recipe.

Navita said...

my fav...i love this...veg version of keema matar..:)

SriLekha said...

wow! delicious and healthy and protein rich!

Ramya Bala said...

wow..superb dish...so very temptg

Maya said...

Tht recipe looks great..Must be a wonderful side for rotis.