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A tasty snack without onion and garlic
Published On: 02 Nov 2014
Roughly grind the squeezed soya chunk.
Mix all the ingredients one by one except oil in a large bowl without any lumps. Do not add water at all.
If you feel sticky you can add some cornflour. Oil your fingers and make small marble sized balls out of the mixture.
Lightly roll the balls in bread crumbs or corn flour. Deep fry the balls, few at a time till golden brown.
Serve with favorite sauce.
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