Saturday, October 18, 2014


Soya chunks is an excellent source of protein and rich in vitamin B. I make it a point to include this on my diet :) Though it does not have its own flavour, but has the power to absorb the flavouring when it is mixed with the gravy. Whenever I feel like having non veg or whenever I crave to have when the meat is not at home, I satisfy my taste buds preparing such curries :) because it is known to be synonyms for vegetable meat. Now coming back with recipe, it is a simple and healthy dish where cooked soya are added to the freshly Indian spices, onion and tomato. This yummy and pleasantly spicy curry makes a perfect side dish with chapati or paratha or naan,


1 Cup Cooked Soya.

2 Onions.

2 Medium Tomatoes.

1 tbsp Ginger Garlic paste.

1/2 tsp Turmeric pd.

2 tsp Red chilly pd.

1 tsp Coriander pd.

1 1/2 tsp Kitchen king Masala.

1/2 tsp Jeera.

1 tbsp Butter.

1/4 Cup Milk.

Coriander leaves for garnish.

Salt to taste.

Water as needed.


Cook the soya according to the instruction given on the pack. Once its done keep aside on a plate. If the soya is big enough, then u can even cut into two and keep.

Heat butter. Add onions and saute till its slight brown. Add ginger garlic paste and fry. Next drop in tomatoes and all the spice powder given above. Saute nicely till the raw smell disappears. Allow the mixture to cool and later grind into smooth paste. Heat butter and jeera. Pour in the masala and fry again for about 2 min. Add milk and adequate amount of water and bring it to boil. Drop the cooked soya and saute till it is covered with all the masala. Cover with lid and sim for about 1 min. Garnish with coriander leaves and serve hot with roties or naan.