Considered as substitute for Meat lover, Soya chunks has been used intensively in Indian kitchen. Soya bean or Soya chunks is a high source of Protein, and Vitamin-C which gives enough energy to the body. Soya chunks are made up of, Soy flour,a bi-product of extracting Soyabean oil
Enough about the nutrient composition of Soya, Let make my favourite dish of it for @qurator's #tastytuesday. I call it Soya chilli, made up of Soya Chunks and Capcicum.
When it comes to Indian dishes always assume it to be spicy one, be it any dish. It is the taste that every Indian savours.
Firstly, we take some Soya chunks, which are easily available in market. Usually found to be dry and very light. For cooking we make sure to boil the Soya Chunks to make them soft for cooking and eating.
On boiling it get spongy. One can check it by pressing them with fingers. It does not take much time to get softer. Now with some chopped Capsicum we make sure to fry them properly. Giving a perfect texture to your recipe.
Add some chopped onion and chilli too, and keep frying it untill get browny.
After properly frying, and texture turning into brown add some salt and ketchup to make a thick gravy.
Our dish is ready in a while. And it looks perfect for eating.
The perfect soya-chilli is ready to eat. On this chilled winter season, eating it hot gives good taste. One can have it with bread or eat them as it is. It will appear to be bit ribbed and requires properly chewing like eating meat.