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Thursday, August 28, 2008


I never actually liked Soya dishes very much although it is very rich in protein and good for health. But Soya Chilly Tikka hooked me to Soya and made me crave for more….
This dish can be had as a starter, it can be had as a snack or as a side dish, a meal accompaniment. You will enjoy this Soya delight anytime.

Soya Chilly Tikka - Sukanya's Musings

Soya chunks 2 cup
Onion - 1 (medium)
Capsicum -1
Tandoori Masala Powder – 1 tbsp
Red chili powder -1 tsp
Coriander powder -1 tsp
Cumin powder -1 tsp
Garam masala -1 tsp
Ginger paste - 1 tsp
Salt as per taste
Corainder leaves for garnish
Lemon - 1
Boil soya chunks for about 5 minutes with salt. Drain by passing through a colander. Rinse in cold water and then squeeze the soya chunks to remove the water. Take a big bowl. Add the soya chunks, then add Tandoori masala powder (you can make it fresh, recipe in my blog) or you can buy it from the market(It is available in India stores), Red chilly powder, Coriander powder, Cumin powder, Garam masala, Ginger paste and salt. Mix well as shown in the picture. The soya chunks must get completely coated. Allow to marinate for about half an hour to one hour. You can even marinate it overnight in the refrigerator and make it for the afternoon lunch. The longer it marinates the tastier it gets.
After marinating…..
In a wok take some oil and deep fry the soya chunks as shown in the picture. It should be a nice reddish-golden color.
Remove and set on Kitchen towel to drain excess oil. Once all the soya chunks are deep fried.
The next step would be Chop the onions and capsicum into thin long strips.
In a non-stick pan, take about 1 tsp of oil, add the onions and sauté until transparent, then add the capsicums until they are done. In the end, add the soya chunks and mix well. Serve on a platter as shown garnished with freshly chopped coriander leaves and a wedge of lemon. You can squeeze some lime and relish these delicious soya chilly tikka.
I would like to send this entry for Sia’s JFI –Soya event.


Divya said...

One of the best dishes I have ever seen made with soya chunks! Looks wonderful!

SriLekha said...

wow1 new recipe for me! will try soon!

sowmya said...

very good recipe...will surely try can also send it to evening snacks event by Hima..

Priti said...

Looks yummy Sukanya...just the red colour of it

Sukanya said...

Thank you Divya, Srilekha and Sowmya

Anisheetu said...

soya chilli tikka is really looking very very nice...mouth watering....

Dershana said...

My first visit to your blog. This recipe sure looks yummy and scrumptious
do saunter by my turf sometime

delhibelle said...

This looks you think it will work if I bake them instead?

raaji said...

Thanks sukanya for dropping by...This recipe really caught my attention....looks yummy.sure will try in post in my blog......keep checking out.....

Anu said...

this is luking gr8, will try it out for sure. My kiddos would lu them :)

Usha said...

What a nice way to use soy chunks looks delicious...

Unknown said...

wow wonderful ! going to try it.
I had soya chunks at home. The label said Soya Meat. i thought i must ve overlooked to read the label at store. hope it doesn't contain meat? it looks xactly like normal soya chunks.

Sukanya said...

Soya chunks are also known as Soya meat. It doesn't have any meat, it is completely vegetarian.

Ayshwarya Singh said...

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