Jul 30, 2014

Chilli Soya Nuggets Recipe / Chilli Soya Chunks Recipe / Chilli Soya Chunks (Meal Maker) Dry Recipe


I had a huge container of soya chunks which was in the cupboard for quite a while. I almost forgot about it. Few days back i found that and wanted to use it soon and empty it. So i decided to make soya chunks pulav, since i have tried biryani before and served it with this one. I still have quite a lot of them, so i am just telling you the recipes which i am gonna try with it as a teaser for you. The dishes are going to be soya kola urundai, soya 65. Will make them soon and share it with you all. Now you can check out my other soya chunks recipes..



Preparation Time : 10 mins
Cooking Time : 30 to 40 mins
Serves : 3 to 4

Ingredients:

Onions - 1 large sliced thinly
Bell Peppers / Capsicum - 1 sliced lengthwise (i used green & yellow)
Green Chillies - 2 slit
Vinegar - 2 tsp or to taste
Green Chilli Sauce - 1 tblspn or to taste
Tomato Ketchup - 2 tblspn or to taste
Red Chilli Sauce - 1 tblspn or to taste
Dark Soya Sauce - 1 tsp or to taste
Salt to taste
Sugar -1 tsp 
Ajinomoto - a pinch (optional, i din use)

For Marination:
Chilli Powder - 1 tblspn
Corn Flour /Corn Starch - 3 tblspn
Oil - 3 tblspn

Method:

Mix all the marination ingredients except oil together and set aside.

Heat oil in a frying pan, once it is hot, add in the soya and toss well in the oil. Cook till it is golden. Remove it to a plate.

Now in the remaining oil, add in onions, ginger garlic paste and saute for couple of mins.

Add in capsicum, chillies and saute for another couple of mins. Add in sugar, salt, ajinomoti(if using) and all the sauces and mix well.

Cook this for 5 mins or so.

Add in fried soya and toss well in the sauce. Cook this for couple of mins.

Add in spring onions and toss once. Serve with pulav or anything.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingredients

See here to learn how to cook soya

Add in ginger and garlic paste

add in chilli powder

some salt

corn flour

mix well

heat oil

add in marinated soya

fry till it is golden

remove it in a bowl

now in the remaining oil

add in ginger garlic paste

toss well

Add in onions

saute for a good couple of mins or
till the onion is soft

add in peppers

mix well

Add some salt and sugar
vinegar

red chilli sauce

tomato ketchup

green chili sauce

soya sauce

i love these colours

give a good mix

add in fried soya

mix well

serve

25 comments:

  1. I m surely going to try this receipe thanks

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  2. Awesome recipe and great work with pictures :)

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  3. Great elaboration. Great stuff for a beginner like me!!!

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  4. Thanks Aarti, would like to try. How is the texture of the soya? Is it very chewy typically like soya chunks? My husband seems to hate soya n I have a packet full to finish

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  5. @Deethis recipe is pretty good, it wont be that chewy

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  6. I tried it and it was really very very YUMMY!!! Thanks for the recipe!!! 😊😊😊

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  7. Can I use lime juice instead of vinegar?

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  8. Can I use lime juice instead of vinegar?

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  9. hi, awesome recipe. Btw wen i initialy put d marinated soya into pan it was getn stuck to the pan. Im using a non stick pan. Do u know wat is d problem ?

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  10. Nice reciepe...Thanks for posting with Pics..

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  11. My kid old is going to touch 3yrs.shal we giv only fried soya witout fried onion,sause nd all??he is too weak nd hvng nly 9kgs .

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  12. Looks yummy indeed! Gona try it for sure....

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  13. did it today since i'm on veggie mode! it was yummy. thanks for the recipe

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  14. Hello, this dish looked very tempting,so I made it today. Unfortunately the soya chunks turned very hard. Well, I soaked soya chunks overnight and then deep fried the marinated chunks. Kindly enlighten me abt the soya cooking process. Thank you.

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  15. @Anonymouscheck this link
    http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/2012/04/how-to-cook-soya-chunks-how-to-prepare.html

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  16. Your recipe was awesome and sooo yummy...your pictorials helped a lot... Thank you sooo much!

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  17. Hi Aarthi,
    I follow your blog for cooking various dishes. I have a doubt in this recipe. when i fried chunks in oil... all the oil was absorbed by chunks. no oil left. but in your pics..its perfectly fried. kindly help me to find where did i do mistake.

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  18. @lathamay be you haven't added enough cornflour or the oil is not hot enough

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  19. Thanks a lot for putting this recipe :) i am loving it :) :D nice work :)

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