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Monday, May 21, 2012

soya-keema-curry-toast          I just love the soya chunks curry for its flavour and health factors. I can eat it with roti for a filling meal! Aj too loves it with roti but he prefers the other side dishes for it. So once I made this soya keema curry, he wanted toast with it (Inspired from Kailash Parbat soya grill). I made it and gave him and he loved it a lot. Then it became now an easy snack for both of us. We usually make it in sandwich maker. But for the post I made it in tawa. I used whole meal bread. You can use the plain white bread too. You can make this soya keema curry in your free time and make sandwich/toast when your kid comes really hungry back from school. It makes them feel full and its healthy too! You can find this type of soya – soya chura in the MDH brand.

soya-keema-toast-recipe

 

Ingredients

soya chura/granules 1 cup
Onion 1
Tomato 2
Ginger garlic paste 1 tsp
Sambar powder 1 & 1/2 tsp
Green chilli (optional) 1-2
Turmeric 1/8 tsp
Salt as needed
Coriander leaves,chopped 2 tblsp

To temper

Oil 2 tblsp
Cinnamon 1 inch piece
Cloves 2
Fennel 1 & 1/2 tsp
Curry leaves 1 sprig

 

soya-keema-curry-recipe

 

Method

  1. Boil the soya granules with enough water. Drain and wash it. Again boil it with enough water, salt and a tblsp of milk. Milk is to remove the soya smell. You can also pressure cook with water,salt and little milk for one whistle in a small pressure cooker.Drain water and keep aside.
  2. Heat pan with oil and add the items given under ‘To temper’ table in order. Add onion,green chillies and fry for a minute. Add ginger garlic paste and fry another minute in medium flame. Add tomatoes and salt and fry till mushy. Add the sambar powder, turmeric and mix well.soy1
  3. Add the drained cooked soya granules and mix well.soy2
  4. Cook for 5-8 minutes in medium-low flame or until the masala blends well with the soya and garnish with coriander leaves.Sprinkle water if needed.soy3
  5. Spread this Keema in between your bread and toast both sides until golden in colour.soy4

      The smell of the masala is just great! Fennel, GG paste and curry leaves with other masalas makes an awesome combination of flavour! Enjoy with coffee/tea or serve it as an evening snack for kids with any juice.

soya-keema-toast

Notes

  • If you don’t have ginger garlic paste, grind 5 cloves of garlic with equal amount of ginger with fennel and green chillies. Add this paste after frying onion. Need not temper with the fennel seeds as we are grinding.
  • Green chillies can be avoided if you are giving to kids. But please do not skip curry leaves as it adds a lot of flavour to this curry.
  • The knack in cooking this soya is the masala should be more or less equal to the soya we use so that the masala blends + coats the soya well. Make it spicy to enjoy fully!

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46 comments:

  1. Never tried any dishes with Soya chunks, will try it out. Yummy yum, Lovely clicks as usual :-)
    Krupa

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  2. Already tried your soya kheema paratha and it came very well.Surely this one also will be good.Will give a try soon.

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  3. I usually make this soya keema, but not tried as a toast... Urs looks awesome...

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  4. Definitely a healthy and delicious sandwich...a very nutritious filling

    SYF & HWS - Fennel Seeds

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  5. very nice..will buy the soya chura next time..will be so satisfying when the kids eats these healthy sandwiches..

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  6. Looks delicious and healthy.

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  7. this is such a healthy filling and certainly a nice way to start the day

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  8. healthy and delicious toast :)

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  9. Like anything with soya..Toast looks delicious...

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  10. Quite a healthy and yummy toast, Will try this next time when i go to kailash parbhat too.

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  11. Falling in love with the yummy space you have here..more than glad to be a follower!

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  12. I cook soy chunks but somehow never made it this way till date, looks awesome especially in a sandwich..

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  13. I love soy chunks.. this looks like a tasty dish using that.

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  14. superb sandwich recipe. awesome

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  15. Lovely idea of kheema curry toast...looks very tempting. First click romba super!

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  16. Super healthy and delicious.

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  17. Lovely toast Healthy too !! First click looks gorgeous !!

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  18. Super filling and healthy toast.

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  19. mmm. delicious and tempting toast. looks lovely.

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  20. super healthy...will try tomorrow

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  21. Nice toast! Looks delicious!:P

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  22. Never tried cooking with Soya.Looks delicious though!

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  23. Protein rich sandwich, nice color n temoting pics Raji...

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  24. The sandwich looks great..adding sambar powder is one that I discovered quite recently. A family friend makes even subzi with a little sambar powder in it..tastes great. This sandwich so crispy and flavourful is such a treat. It is always such a pleasure visiting your space.

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  25. wonderful n such an innovative method to use these soya chunks.. my hubby would love this toast for sure will try it soon..

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  26. Wow, I can't help drooling. I just love the soya keema curry toast
    Well done!
    If you submitted your soya keema curry toast photos to http://www.foodporn.net , I'll bet they will make you on the home page.
    Gosh, you have made me sooo hungry !

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  27. This looks so delicious,perfect with evening cup of tea

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  28. Never tried soya this way......looks yum....healthy and filling too...will try that milk tip next time...

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  29. Looks yum and healthy sandwich, never tried more varieties in sandwich

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  30. Excellent idea for including soya in sandwich...
    definitely will try it... looks yummy!!
    Ez Cookbook
    http://www.ezcookbook.net/
    Happy to be your follower....

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  31. Hi Raks...
    Thanks for sharing this dish. I tried and served everyone at home. And you know what everybody(Mom husband)loved it ...Me being health conscious it served my daily requirements in a meal...Love U....Thanks once again

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  32. Soya chura is new to me. will buy n try for sure .. love the clicks :)

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  33. Soya keema curry looks yummy and toast looks delicious...Loved the use of sambar pwd..

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  34. looks so yummy...i am going to try this...

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  35. yummy n healthy sandwich............

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  36. Soya keema toast s really delicious n healthy too.
    Y don't u try cooked dried green peas instead of soya,bcos I usually do that n tastes heavenly!

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  37. can we use soya nuggets?
    should i have to grind coarsely for getting into pieces?

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    1. Yes you have to grind it. You can also grind after soaking in water.

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  38. For curry leaves kulambu should we need to dry roast to avoid the raw smell?

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    1. If the tamarind, salt and spice powder is correctly balanced, you will not get the raw smell at all

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  39. should i have to soak for 10 mins.then grind it and then boil it.

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  40. Raks Tried it - Awsum thanks a ton ! just soaked the granules for 5 mints as per the instructions on the cover and cooked until 1 whistle with a lil milk !

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  41. I tried this dish and it tasted really yummm. Good job Raks. I just love U and all ur recipes.

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