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Monday, April 11, 2011

Soya-bean-dry-curry

        My MIL made this once for me and I was surprised when I knew it was soya bean. Then every time when I go to Chennai,my MIL has a pack of this dry soya bean to pass it to me. I make this curry just like her or make it as a simple sundal with no onion or garlic. Love it either way and eat as such … I make this when I run out of veggies and the job gets easily done in the early morning,if you soak overnight, morning just have to pressure cook in a separate vessel when we keep rice and no cutting veggie part,we can easily make an accompaniment for rice. Club this with any rasam so its a perfect, comfort lunch box idea!!

Dry-soya-bean-curry

 

Ingredients:

Dried soya bean 1/2 cup
Onion 1
Turmeric 1/8 tsp
Salt as needed
To grind to coarse paste
Coconut,grated 2-3 tblsp
coriander seeds 1 & 1/2 tsp
pepper 1 tsp
Jeera 1 tsp
Red chilli 2
Garlic,small 2
Water as needed
To temper
Oil 2 tsp
Mustard 3/4  tsp
Curry leaves a sprig

 

 soya-bean

 

Method:

  1. Soak the soya bean over night,next day,drain water and pressure cook with salt and little water (1/4 cup). If you don't add salt,then the bean will get over cooked and get mashed.
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  2. Grind the items given under the table ‘To grind’ to a coarse paste and keep a side.
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  3. Heat a pan with oil and temper with the items given under ‘to temper’ table. Add chopped onion and fry till transparent. Add the cooked soya beans.
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  4. Add turmeric and the ground paste and add 1/4 cup water and mix well. 
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  5. Cook for 6-8 minutes or until the water evaporates and the masala starts browning.Add a tsp of coconut oil for an extra flavour!

                                      Serve as accompaniment for rice or enjoy as such!!

soya-bean-recipe
Notes:
  • You can also try making the simple way like we do other sundals too..
  • This masala we grind is very very flavorful,while you grind you can smell it ,the whole house would smell while you make this curry!

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76 comments:

  1. Hey Looks wonderful and nice way of preparation. Luv it

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  2. Thank you for introducing this to me...will try it soon. Ur version sounds simple and flavourful. Nice bowl and click too

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  3. Looks really yummy...very healthy to include soy in our regular diet..

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  4. Looks delicious!!!i dont mind this with roti's too!!!!

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  5. nice sundal with soya beans,,yumm

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  6. so we dont get soy beans here?

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  7. Very healthy ones...

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  8. Do u have any tips for baking cake in a pressure cooker...I don't hv Owen ...I'm very found of cakes...tat too seeing ur cake recipe I'm very eager...do help me out...

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  9. New to me...never tasted this...looks yum...

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  10. We do get,I bought this in Fairprice nags,Pasar brand,dried foods section...

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  11. oh awesome! thanks :)

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  12. rev,check out this link click here for the recipe for a steamed cake recipe..I have not tried my own though..

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  13. Soya Bean Curry looks delicious and healthy...

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  14. I wanted to ask too if we get here ..hehe will check in fair price ..inbtw it's looks yum

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  15. This version is so nice. I can just imagine the smell of the ground paste. Hmmm. I have soybean left over after making sundal for Arjun. will try this ASAP.

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  16. I love such simple curries too.I make a similar dish without onion and garlic.Tastes great with a simple rasam,no fuss!

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  17. Soya bean curry looks delicious and tempting..perfect with some rotis..YUM!

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  18. Healthy and tasty dish.

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  19. Soy beans are healthy for sure. Mom used to make normal sundal kind but this is quite intersting. Will try your way when I get soy beans next time :)

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  20. Yes I too pack it from chennai. I mix this with other beans for sundal. Looks delicious.

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  21. delicious n yummy!!very different curry!

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  22. Wow....looks yummy.....completely drool worthy....

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  23. Delicious and nutritious curry, cant wait to try this..

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  24. yummy delicious and healthy :)

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  25. Healthy and delicious..lovely clicks Dear..Thanks for the recipe...Thanks for your comment Raks...I too missed all your yummy recipes..

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  26. Healthy recipe,luks so delicious...Presentation is very nice...

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  27. yummy curry raks...sounds delicious n simple with beautiful clicks..

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  28. Soya bean curry looks so delicious

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  29. very nice n wonderful way to include soyabean to our diet...thanx for this healthy recipe..lovely picture :)

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  30. Thanks..:)will try out soon and u let u know

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  31. Soya bean curry looks to be wonderfully prepared and mouthwatering.
    Great preparation.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  32. Healthy, flavorful and easy dish...

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  33. New to me...looks super delicious..very healthy too..

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  34. Drool worthy..healthy and delicious curry

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  35. nice dish!...will go good with hot hot rice!
    too tempting!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  36. Healthy & flavorful!!! Nice presentation too :)
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  37. yummy n superb dish.. love it..

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  38. Bookmarked this one , i just loved the masala used with coconut ,never tried this combo

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  39. Soybean curry looks delicious Raji. Love anything with coconut.

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  40. wow, this is such a yummy and healthy curry!

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  41. Healthy and flavorful dish !!!

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  42. Wonderful soy bean curry raji,as always vibrant pics.

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  43. Raji I love this sundal so much .. as always love the pictures absolutely beautiful. I can eat the whole bowl with any maindish..

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  44. sorry without any maindish...Next time when i make this I am going to add pepper as well.

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  45. Cute pics, love ur version of beans fry..Will try when i make this next time

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  46. This looks super delicious, i love edamame, so sure to love this yummy prep...

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  47. romba nalla irukku raji....

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  48. Looks heavenly!!!!

    http://www.cinnamonnchillies.com/

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  49. love the way u make the masala. I used to eat this during my pregnency.Pretty presentation

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  50. Looks very nice. new to me.ur maami is amazing.unique , healthy recipe .. Will surely try this out :)

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  51. Looks very yummy...Loved the step by step clicks!!
    Very tempting!!

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  52. The header looks beautiful, Raji. Love the soya bean curry.

    Lite Bite

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  53. so healthy n yummy..nice clicks too

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  54. looks awesome .....mouthwatering and healthy

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  55. Delicious and tempting curry....

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  56. Soy bean curry looks delicious ! Never thought dry soy could make a wonderful curry!

    www.appetitetreats.com

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  57. I love soya dishes....however never thought of using them in curry. This looks so delish.

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  58. Love it somuch...looks so good with coconut and healthy receipe.

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  59. looks like a delicious sundal curry - the kind that my kids would devour! Ya-hu-mee

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  60. Looks so delectable! Have to get some soyabeans now. :)

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  61. I like sundal but this one with ground masala is very flavorful!

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  62. yummy delicious and healthy

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  63. what a beautiful clicks lovely recipe and tempting pics very yummy and healthy too

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  64. hi raks,
    Easy breazy dish! healthy...though never made soya bean plain dishes, this gives me a chance to give it a try :) lovely snaps dear.
    TC

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  65. healthy dish... my mom too does the same way....

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  66. grea dish .. love the simplicity

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  67. Advance Tamil New year wishes:) Loved the different payasams! so what payasam tomorrow?
    soya curry looks very nice!

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  68. Simple n homey dish- fab pics as always :)

    US Masala

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  69. I got this bean accidentally in a Chinese Market here! :)
    Yummy curry! :P

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  70. This looks delicious...great with roti or curd rice...have to look for soya bean. Thks for sharing the recipe.

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  71. I would never have known you could eat soy beans this way -- something new to try! Looks wonderful. Happy New Year!

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  72. Does soya bean that is sold in market have yeast in it?

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  73. Does soya beans that is sold in the markets have yeast in it?

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  74. I tried it, The paste smells wonderfully CREAM-Y when it is cooking in the frying pan with onion. The smell reminds me of something really creamy like butter chicken.

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  75. bt the prtn content goes away in all this

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