Soya Bean Masala

Soya bean masala tastes like a non-veg dish with spicy flavor and yummy taste. Soya bean masala is an excellent vegetarian side dish in Kerala Cuisine that goes well with biriyani, porotta, chappati, pulao or even rice. The spiciness of the thick gravy in our soya bean masala is mild so it is suitable for kids too. Soya has a tendency to absorb any flavor that it is cooked with and hence requires more spices to make it flavorful. Our soya bean masala is cooked in a delectable range of masalas. Rich in protein and considered healthy, soya bean is a good alternate for those wanting to refrain from meat. Soya bean masala is quite delicious, filling as well as nutritious. Today we will learn how to make soya bean masala following this easy recipe in a limited time frame. The recipe is well illustrated in a simple manner.

Soya Bean Masala

Soya bean masala tastes like a non-veg dish with spicy flavor and yummy taste. Soya bean masala is an excellent vegetarian side dish in Kerala Cuisine that goes well with biriyani, porotta, chappati, pulao or even rice. The spiciness of the thick gravy in our soya bean masala is mild so it is suitable for kids too. Soya has a tendency to absorb any flavor that it is cooked with and hence requires more spices to make it flavorful. Our soya bean masala is cooked in a delectable range of masalas. Rich in protein and considered healthy, soya bean is a good alternate for those wanting to refrain from meat. Soya bean masala is quite delicious, filling as well as nutritious. Today we will learn how to make soya bean masala following this easy recipe in a limited time frame. The recipe is well illustrated in a simple manner.

Category : Vegetarian, Curries

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By Raseena Ayoob

Published On: 16 Sep 2008

Rating: 4
61 Votes, 6 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 6
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Ingredients

Directions

Step 1

In a pressure cooker, add soya beans (washed), turmeric powder and 4 cups of water and cook well.

Step 2

:- After one whistle, turn the flame off and keep for 15 minutes.

Step 3

Heat oil in a pan or kadai.

Step 4

Add onions and saute.

Step 5

When it turns light golden colour, add tomato and ginger. Fry for 3 minutes.

Step 6

Add garlic, cloves, cinnamon(ground). Mix well and fry for 2 mins.

Step 7

Add chilli and coriander powder and mix well.

Step 8

Add a little water and mix well.

Step 9

Into this masala, add cooked and drained soya beans and mix well.

Step 10

Add 1/4 cup of water.

Step 11

:- Water left over after cooking soya can be used at this stage.

Step 12

Cover and cook for another 3 minutes.

Step 13

Add curry leaves.

Step 14

Stir well intermittently.

Step 15

Add coconut milk after the Soya Bean Masala gravy becomes thick.

Step 16

:- Serve Soya Bean Masala hot with chappathi, roti, naan or rice.

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ven

Very tasty

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Superb!! Superb!!! Superb!!!I loved it so much. Infact i have used this same masala for all of my dishes ie egg , chicken, soya chunks. And each one is simply a class dish. I wud recommend this dish to all of them who wants to make a Non- Veg dish. Keep sending such wonderful recipes.

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Prajisha

The recipe sounds good but I have a doubt. You have mentioned cocunut milk in the ingredients but never mentioned where to use it.

Fazilits mentioned in step 13..:-)

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rraemv

hai how are you? thanks for ur recipe. Its really super its same as mutton curry. Very good. No words to Describe :).nice one.

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ay

very tasty recipe . after cooking it looked like mutton masala . when my friends came i introduce it as mutton masala they never realize it is soya bean. ...................good job keep posting

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anu

very good recipe . rich in protein

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