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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Soya Balls Gravy - A creamier version!

Am finally back.........Not that I was busy, but I didnt cook anything blog worthy.And this was the one I tried few weeks back......From the day I've read soya chunks is rich in proteins and all goodnesses abt it, I've started to hunt for recipes and my main search was gravies and here is another version of soya chunks gravy dipped in a creamy sauce...I forgot the link where I got this recipe from...But it was soo yummy with rotis. Hubby was literally licking the bowl and complained that the quantity was too less for him....:)

Soya Balls Gravy
Ingredients:
Soya chunks 2 cups
Onion 1 big
Tomatoes 2
Ginger garlic paste 1/2 tsp
Butter 1 tsp
Kasoori methi 1 tbsp
Turmeric a pinch
Red chili powder 1/2 tsp
Garam masala 1/2 tsp
Cream 2 tbsp or 1/2 cup milk
Salt

Soya Balls Gravy

Method:
1. Soak Soya chunks in hot water for 30 minutes, then wash it in cold water 3-4 times each time squeezing the water from the soya to get rid of the smell. Heat oil in a pan. Saute the soya for 2mins and keep it aside.
2. Boil the tomatoes and onion in a cup of water and make a paste of each seperately.
3. Heat butter in a pan and fry onion paste till golden brown for about 10 mins. Then add the ginger garlic paste and fry for 5 mins. Add tomoto paste, mix well and fry for sometime. Now add the masalas and cook/fry till the oil seperates.
4.Add the soya to the gravy and add enough water to get a thick consistency. Add the kasoori methi and bring it to a boil.
5.Remove from heat and add the milk, switch on and cook till gravy becomes thick. Serve hot with phulkas or rotis.
Written by: SHARMILEE J

15 comments:

  1. That looks like butter chicken. No one will say it is soy. Great veggie dish

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  2. I love soya but have always made dry spicy things out of it...this recipe is on my hit list now....looks fabulous

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  3. this one really looks great and there is never anything that is not blogworthy. Yeah, I agree even i feel the same sometimes, but then what you think is non-blogworthy will be totally new for one of your readers and you get to share something different for him/her and thats what we are here for right? just a thought..

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  4. It looks just like kofta!!! I can imagine why your husband said the quantity is less!!!

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  5. Looks like a NV dish. Love soya. Delicious.

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  6. Sharmi this looks divine oh yeah I wish I had naan with this I will finish off the entire bowl here!!!

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  7. i have bookmarked about 6 soy chunks recipes all over. now you have added to the list. TH loves these!

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  8. @Superchef: Yes thats true, even which seems simple to us may be new to others. Thanks for the thought!!

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  9. Wow i love soya chunks.. looking so yummy and creamy dear...

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  10. Oh wow looks creamy, spicy and yum...

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  11. Nice blog... Your soya balls gravy loos so tempting...

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  12. I am always looking for different ways to use soya chunks, this is good!

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  13. Big hit at my family dinner today.....and I'm new to cooking...so thanks so much for the joy!

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