Chilli Soya

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Again Chilli Uh?? Yes! But this one is  a little more healthy n Definitely Yummier…..   For Non Soya Lovers… this is definitely bingo !! Try it… out
If you are looking for a desi version for Soya Chunks ,just check out my Dry Soya Chunk’s Curry .
Let me know what you think of it …. Also please share how you handle Soya Chunks to eliminate any unacceptable aroma .

Straight to the recipe….

INGREDIENTS:

Soya Chunks250gm
Onions1 Nos
Green Pepper1 Nos

For the Marinate:

Low fat yogurt6-7 Tblspn
Grated Ginger1.5 Tsp
Crushed Garlic3-4 Pods
Chopped Green Chillies2 Nos
Turmeric Powder1 Tsp
Red Chilli Powder1 Tsp – 2 Tsp
Rice Flour3/4th Tblspn
Corn Flour1.5 Tblspn
Tomato Sauce1 Tsp
Soya Sauce2 Tblspn
SaltTo Taste

Other Ingredients:

Oil4 Tspn
Double Concentrated Tomato Puree1 Tblspn
Spring Onion1 Nos

Optional Vegetables that could be used are baby corn & mixed peppers along with Onion and Green Capsicum.

DIRECTIONS:

  • Turn on the kettle.. Once it gets boiling , pour it out into a vessel with a pinch of salt. Drop all the Soya Chunks. Lets it soak in for atleast 15-30 minutes. Once the chunks becomes soft , pass them through running tap water and squeeze out all the excess water.Repeat this process to remove the ‘Stink’.
  • Chop the Capsicum and Onions into thin slices , lengthwise.
  • In a medium sized bowl , prepare a marinate by mixing all the ingredients under the marinate header.
  • Drop all the Soya chunks into it and marinate it well. Set aside for atleast 30 minutes -1 hour.
  • Heat oil in a Wok , add in Onions & Green Peppers with just a pinch of salt . Saute them for 3-4 Minutes. Now pop in all the marinated soya chunks and saute them in medium flame for a couple of minutes. Once all the yogurt / water content is evaporated , add the concentrated tomato puree and mix well. Saute until soya chunks gets well coated and cooked.
  • Garnish with Chopped Spring Onions and serve as a starter.

Cheers

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Comments (35)

  • Looks delicious! I don't make a lot of soya chunk but once or twice I tried I kept putting them in water and sueezing it out after a while to get rid of the bad taste.

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  • Definitely i am going to try this, looks so yummy and tempting.

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  • I have a box of soya nuggets lying in th fridge and This is what they will turn into..thanks!

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  • Looks tempting and delicious . Please parcel and send it here

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  • Healthy ans tasty dish…usually soya turns to be bland this one will sure be tasty!

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  • Luv soya in any form…This looks very colourful and tempting…

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  • Looks so tempting dear!

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  • yummy and tempting and inviting recipe.

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  • Wow! great recipe..wonderful click too..

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  • Nice colored dish, loved the ingredients that went in it. Click is awesome and very professional.

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  • hey this looks so so tasty..and adding soya makes it healthy too..

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  • Looks so tempting makes me hungry.great click.

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  • Wow this looks so good Sandhya…so colorful and tempting 🙂

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  • Chilly soya looks awesome and irresistible..

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  • I recently made Chili Tofu but without marinating. This looks like a keeper recipe. The dish is yumm.

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  • I always struggle to get an idea to how to cook soya,nice idea looks superb!

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  • looks nice and spicy..looks tempting…

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  • yummy chilli soya……loved the color.

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  • Lovely recipe Sandhya.

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  • My daughter is a fan of soy chunks but my hubby hates it 🙁 This looks so spicy and yumm…
    Happy Tamil new Year !!!

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  • was looking for a perfect soya recipe… what else could be better than this!!!

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  • I thought u would have deep fried chunks like how we do for other chilli. Great to know it should be just shallow fried and still u get this yummy chill …

    Love it .. already bookmarked it

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  • Looks very tempting.

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  • Would love this with tofu…looks delectable.

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  • New to ur blog….wonderful recipes u have here…loved ur food photgraphy tooo…glad to follow u….have a nice day….

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  • cool dish.soya chilli very interesting

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  • wow .. looks tempting sandhya.. lovely blog and thank you for your comments on my blog as well.. following you

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  • Nice Soya recipe.Thanks for visiting my blog and for your nice words.

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  • lovely chili tofu…
    Have you tried mixing with milk and water and leaving aside for an hr or so… that helps…

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  • I always wonder how to put to use those little soy chunks.Wonderful and healthy Idea.

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  • What a gorgeous looking dish! Yummm!

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  • looks tempting

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  • looks so delicious.not a big fan of soya..this chilisoya looks so yummy..liked the color and nice pic too

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  • Looks mouth wateringly delicious…

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  • Hi, tried the soya chilli… 🙁 it turned out quite unlike the pic that you have taken.

    watery, instead of dry.
    and a dirty yellow color.

    had it with chappati as a side dish. was tasty though.

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