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Friday, 10 January 2014

Soy Chunks 65/Meal Maker 65/Soy 65

Are you looking for a quick and easy evening snack??? Then here it is, you need not soak, you need not grind, just make this spicy, delicious and mouth-watering evening snack with the ingredients available in your pantry. Make this Soy 65 before your kids come back from school; ask them to guess what it is? The first answer will be, if it is chicken 65. Yes, Soy 65 looks and tastes like chicken 65, so what are you waiting for? Go ahead, try it out and play the guessing game with your kids.

Here’s how to make Soy Chunks 65 with step by step photos….


Ingredients

Soya chunks/Meal maker
40-45
Yogurt
2 tbsp
Ginger & Garlic paste
1 tbsp
Red chilli powder
1 tsp
Coriander powder
1 tsp
Turmeric powder
¼ tsp
Cumin powder
½ tsp
Garam Masala powder
½ tsp
Black pepper powder
¼ tsp
Red food color
One pinch [optional]
Corn flour
2 tbsp
Rice flour
1 tbsp
Salt
As needed
Oil
For deep frying
Curry leaves
15 -20

Method

In a pan boil water.  Once the water boils turn off the stove.  Add the soya chunks to it and keep it covered for 20 minutes.  


The soya chunks will double its size. Now drain the water, wash it with fresh water at least 2-3 times and squeeze the water completely.


Add yogurt, ginger & garlic paste, red chilli powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, cumin powder, garam masala powder, black pepper powder, red food colour and salt to Soya Chunks and mix thoroughly. Keep it aside for 20 minutes.


Now add the corn flour, rice flour to the marinated soya chunks and mix really well.


Heat oil in a kadai, fry the soya chunks in medium flame. Fry them evenly on all sides until golden brown colour in small batches.  Drain them on paper towel.  Soya chunks 65 are ready to be enjoyed.


In the same oil fry the curry leaves until they are crispy. Sprinkle the fried curry leaves on Soya chunks 65 and serve them hot.

Since I was running out of curry leaves, I garnished the Soya Chunks 65 with finely chopped cilantro and served them hot.

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30 comments:

  1. scrumptious snack...high in protein and so delicious,thanks for sharing :-)

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  2. Very well explained recipe and loved this healthy substitute to chicken...

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  3. Oh my!!! I already had my dinner and now I have to see these crispy chunks. Turning again with hunger.

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  4. wow..soya chunks 65 looks so yummy and tempting...very well done Priya!

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  5. They look very appetizing, as you said, defenitely an kid pleaser :)

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  6. Love your vegan 65 version.. Tempting yummy snacks..

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  7. Would make a great snack too. nice one

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  8. hmm very tempting one priya dear.def kid pleaser (my mom makes this often)

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  9. Tempting and very inviting soya 65....Yummy!

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  10. Delicious soya 65 very great snack for tea time :)

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  11. Can't say this is healthy,but as a snack sum times can take it happily.nice dear...

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  12. very healthy ... colourful clicks ... looks yummy dear...

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  13. Thanks a lot to each and every one of you for your lovely and sweet comments...

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  14. Made the soya chunks 65 last night. Absolutely loved the results. The chunks were soft inside, full of flavour and the crust was crispy and crunchy.

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    1. Hi Priya Dsouza,
      I am so happy u tried the soy chunks 65 and it turned out great. Thank you so much for taking your time and letting me know, they mean a lot to me. Keep coming back and try other delicious recipes as well.
      Regards

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  15. This is an exotic dish! You are really brave to cook this.
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    1. Thanks a lot Balajee for trying it out, keep visiting and encouraging

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  17. So simply presented but yet can be understood precisely. Thanx

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    1. Thanks a lot anvesh reddy, keep visiting priyas virundhu , your comments are a great encouragement

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    1. Thanks a lot Chinnamani for stopping by and commenting, means a lot to me, keep visiting priyas virundhu for more delightful and wonderful recipes.

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  19. Great Recipie I tried this out since it was the non chicken time thanks

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  20. I tried it today it came very nice and crispy thank you

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    1. Thanks a lot Maya Kannan for trying the recipe and letting me know, pls keep visiting Priyas Virundhu for more delicious recipes.

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