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Soya granules and potato fry is a pure vegetarian dish. It can be served with roti, chapathi or rice.
POTATO FRY WITH SOYA GRANULES is an amazing spicy vegetable Potato Fry with Soya Granules is an amazing Read More..
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POTATO FRY WITH SOYA GRANULES is an amazing spicy vegetable Potato Fry with Soya Granules is an amazing spicy vegetable high protein food that tastes good with curd rice or rasam rice or can be eaten by itself. This is a very simple and quick to dish where kids would love to eat the crispy potato and the soya granules also adds excellent flavor with a feel like eating a Kheema dish. Potato is a common and popular food used in preparing a variety of dishes all over the world.
They are valued because they combine the characteristics of starchy foods with those of vegetables. A piping hot boiled potato homemade soup is one of the refreshing and comforting dishes that one will love to eat. Kids love eating fried potatoes especially junk foods like French fries and chips or crispy potato wedges. Fried potatoes are one of the most preferred dishes especially during parties, get-togethers or any special celebrations.
Potatoes blend and bind well with other vegetarian and non-vegetarian ingredients and its versatility is the highlight. Potatoes are a source of fibre, which contributes to the feeling of fullness, and supports healthy digestive functions. The main energy-providing nutrient in potatoes is carbohydrate, in the form of starch. Carbohydrates are the primary source of energy for the body and the advantage of getting carbohydrates from potatoes is that you will be getting a considerable amount of certain micronutrients as well.
Soya chunks or granules is another awesome ingredient and is said to be a high protein food. It is popularly eaten among vegetarians. It is commonly known as meal maker which is a textured or texturized vegetable protein which is also called as soy protein or soya meat. It is a nutritious meat extender made from defatted soy flour, a by-product of extracting soybean oil. Soya chunks cooks quickly hence it’s easy to prepare. Soya granules blend well with spices and tastes extremely delicious when cooked.
It is also said that soya chunks is a fantastic substitute to meat and tastes similar to meat. Amazingly the protein content of soya chunks is equal to that of meat and contains no fat. The soya chunks or meal maker is readily available in most of supermarkets and used widely in many recipes in prisons and schools as they are relatively low in cost, high protein and low fat content and has a long shelf life which allows institutions to buy in bulk.
Soya beans are an excellent source of high protein and fibrous food. After the extraction of soya milk, the soya chunks act as soya meal maker. 50% of the vegetable protein from the soya bean is a good fiber food enabling easy digestion and bowl movement. Do try this fantastic and alluring dish – Potato Fry with Soya Granules is slightly crispy, has a spicy, chatpata taste and is absolutely appetizing.
Recipe of Potato Fry with Soya Granules:
Oil - 2 tbsp
Mustard seeds - ½ tsp
Urad dal - ½ tsp
Curry leaves - 1-2 sprigs
Onions, chopped - ½ cup
Ginger, chopped - ½ tsp
Potato, chopped - 1 cup
Turmeric pd - ¼ tsp
Red chilli pd - ½ tsp
Soya granules - ½ cup
Coriander pd - ¼ tsp
Pepper pd - ¼ tsp
Coriander leaves, chopped - 1 tbsp
Lime juice - 1 tsp
Salt - to taste
Soya granules are awesome, healthy tiny pellets and an excellent natural source of soy proteins which makes it a great food for vegetarians. You could add soya granules in making variety of dishes which would make a great pack for an iron and protein boost. Soya granules is a very appetizing food which can be added in making a variety of rice dishes, curries, stews and soups etc. Soya granules are rich in vitamins, mineral and nutrients. It helps lower cholesterol and is strongly recommended for diabetics, cardiac patients, aged people and people who will to lose weight. Soya granules are very easy and fast to cook. Do make fresh foods daily to satisfy your craving and stay healthy too.
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houndjog Posted on Thu Aug 06 2015
Dear Chef, Thank you for making video's for us! Could you create a Biryani recipe with quinoa instead of rice?? Much thanks! Maybe this ingredient is not so common in India??Reply 0 - Replies
priyanshi saxena Posted on Thu Aug 06 2015
Hey really nice nd easy recipe . but can u tell me how to make soya granules from soya chunks ???Reply 0 - Replies
Simple Filemaker Posted on Thu Aug 06 2015
This guy even does act like as if he is infront of a camera. He just does his job and he is really good it. Every Time he cooks and try his dish you can see how deeply he is into it. Best chef ever. ?Reply 0 - Replies
Mithila Merupula Posted on Thu Aug 06 2015
Very happy to see you back chef. I just tried this recipe. Hmmm it's delicious. Thank you for the recipe ?Reply 0 - Replies
gautam krishna Posted on Thu Aug 06 2015
The soa granules look dry, or were they soaked ??Reply 0 - Replies
Angoswede Posted on Thu Aug 06 2015
OMG Thank you for being back!!! I have been trying a lot of your recipe and even ordered the air fryer for healthy frying. Finding you here on youtube is a blessing!! I am addicted. Please continue sharing your cooking. We love it!?Reply 0 - Replies
miatoy Posted on Thu Aug 06 2015
I heard that soja might be unhealthy, what is your stance on the matter??Reply 0 - Replies
Vanita Vaswani Posted on Thu Aug 06 2015
Looks good shall try it thanks Chef I want some help here in Mumbai there is this restaurant Kailash Parbhat who make awesome bhajais with very good coating hv tried at home but not successful can u throw some light on how it's done these r SindhReply 0 - Replies