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Query from: anu, , 11/10/06
Topic: COOKING      Submitted on: Ammas.com
Subject: Soyabean chaap recipe

I had soya chaap in a wedding in India? I think it was soya on sticks. Can you please give me recipe for that?

Thank you very much.

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Response from: NEERAJA NAVEEN,   
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1).Soya cutlets from http://www.tarladalal.com/ViewContr… Ingredients : Soya beans -200gms. Rice -1oogms. Onion -1small. Green chilli-1 Salt-to taste. Pepper-to taste Method 1.Soak the soya beans and rice overnight in water. 2.Remove the water and grind them in the grinder coarsely. 3.Take the grinded material and add salt,pepper,finely chopped green chilli and onion. 4.mix them . 5.give the shape of cutlets and fry them. 6.Serve hot with garlic sauce. User Comments & Tips 1.Don't grind soya and rice like a paste but it should be coarsely grinded. 2.A healthy diet for kids in tiffins. 3.rich in calcium and gives energy. 2).Nutritious Soya cutlets.from http://love4cooking.blogspot.com/20…

1.1/2 cup Soya granules treated as per instructions on the box 2. 3 medium potatoes boiled and mashed.3. Ginger, greenchillies, coriander to be ground into a fine paste. 4. Haldi powder a little, lemon juice and salt 5. Mix all the above ingredients and form cutlets 6. Before frying roll them in rava or semolina 7. Shallow fry and brown on both sides

You can serve these with toasted bread, I use wheat bread to make it healthier or you can serve it with plain ketchup.

3).Soya Nugget Cutlet from http://food.sify.com/recipe.php?id=…

Ingredients : 1 cup Soya Nuggets 1 small onion (optional) Half cup cooked rice (leftover) 2 to 3 green chillies A few sprigs coriander leaves Salt to taste Dry bread crumbs or 1/4th cup rava Oil for shallow frying

method: Cook the Soya nuggets in salted boiling water for about 5 minutes. Rinse under running water, drain and squeeze dry.

In a blender grind together the boiled Soya nuggets, onion (if using), leftover rice, chillies and coriander. Add salt to taste.

The above mixture will have a dough-like consistency. Shape into cutlets. Coat with breadcrumbs or rava (semolina). Shallow fry on both sides till crisp. Serve with ketchup or pudina chutney.

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Response from: Mrs. Sai Sai,   
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Anu,

Please see this link for Recipe of Chatpata Chaat

http://magnamags.com/magna_cookbook…

Chatpata Chaat

DUM BHARI SOY PAPRI PREPARATION TIME: 15 MINUTES SERVES 4

Ingredients:

24 Pieces soy papri, preferably baked 250 gm moong dal sev, baked (optional) For the topping 100 gm moong dal, blanched 50 gm bajara, blanched ½ bunch spring onion (white and green), chopped ½ bunch coriander leaves, chopped 2 tomatoes, blanched, skinned and deseeded

For the chutney:

50 ml tamarind, soaked in warm water 1 tsp chilli powder 1-2 gm artificial sweetener (sucralose) 1 tsp dried mango powder 2 tsp roasted cumin powder

Method:

For the mixture: Soak all the pulses and allow to sprout. Blanch in boiling water and cool Immediately in ice water.

Combine the pulses together with finely chopped spring onion, coriander and tomatoes. For the chutney: Soak the tamarind in warm water, strain and boil on a slow flame for a few minutes. Add the seasonings and the sweetener. Strain, if required, to remove the tamarind seeds and strings.

To serve: Arrange the soy papri on a plate. Place the sprouts mixture over it. Pour the tamarind chutney on the sprouted mixture. Sprinkle sev over.

You can also see this link for Recipe of soya bean ke dahi vade

http://www.tarladalal.com/ViewContr…

Ingredients:

½ cup soyabean ½ cup urad dal ½ cup moong dal 1tspgingerpaste 1 tsp each green chilli and fresh coriander salt to taste oil for frying 1 cup curd chat Masala ½ cup tamarind chatni

Method :

Soak soya and dals overnight. Remove skin and grind in a mixie. Add salt ginger,green chilli,coriander to it.

Heat oil in a wok. Spred this mix on a wet muslin cloth. Fry in oil till light golden. Soak in water. While serving take vadas out of water press gently between palms.

Add curds chat Masala and sweet chatni to it.

You can also see this link for Recipe of Sprout Chaat

http://www.ndtvcooks.com/listrecipe…

Ingredients:

1 cup kala channa-sprouted 1 cup soya beans-boiled 1 cup moong daal-sprouted 1 cup rajmah 1 cup paneer-diced 1/4 cup coriander leaves-chopped green chillies-chopped to taste 1 cup onions-chopped fine 1 cup tomato-de-seeded and chopped fine 1 1/2 tsp salt 2 tsp chaat masala 1 tsp cumin seeds-roasted and ground lemon juice to taste

Method:

Mix all the ingredients together and serve. You can also add a little curd or sonth ki chutney if so desired.

You can vary the combinations according to your liking.

You can also see these links

http://www.indianfoodforever.com/sn…

http://www.tarladalal.com/ViewContr…

http://www.indianfoodforever.com/sn…

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Response from: Hari Rama,   
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Hi,

http://www.tarladalal.com/ViewContr… 24 Pieces soy papri, preferably baked 250 gm moong dal sev, baked (optional)

For the topping 100 gm moong dal, blanched 50 gm bajara, blanched ½ bunch spring onion (white and green), chopped ½ bunch coriander leaves, chopped 2 tomatoes, blanched, skinned and deseeded

For the chutney

50 ml tamarind, soaked in warm water 1 tsp chilli powder 1-2 gm artificial sweetener (sucralose) 1 tsp dried mango powder 2 tsp roasted cumin powder

Method For the mixture

Soak all the pulses and allow to sprout. Blanch in boiling water and cool Immediately in ice water. Combine the pulses together with finely chopped spring onion, coriander and tomatoes.

For the chutney Soak the tamarind in warm water, strain and boil on a slow flame for a few minutes. Add the seasonings and the sweetener. Strain, if required, to remove the tamarind seeds and strings.

To serve

Arrange the soy papri on a plate. Place the sprouts mixture over it. Pour the tamarind chutney on the sprouted mixture. Sprinkle sev over.

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Response from: Tenali Srikanth,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
Dear Anu, Soya: healthy product The increasing popularity of soya foods is mainly attributed to the large amount of health benefits which are associated with the use of soya beans. The role of soya in the prevention of chronic diseases continues to be a top priority for scientist around the world. The FDA has confirmed that foods containing soy protein may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. Only people with soy allergy (about 0.5 percent of the population) should avoid eating food containing soy protein. Over the past years, there has been an increasing interest in the antioxidant effects of soya and in particular the health benefits of soya isoflavones, which seem to reduce menopause symptoms. Soya is very important for vegetarians and vegans. Soya has a high protein content and soya is rich in vitamins, minerals and fibers. The easiest way to consume soya is by drinking soya milk.

http://www.sakthisoyas.com/soyareci…

http://www.soya.be…

Soya bean vegetable dish Total servings: 4

Ingredients

4 cups soya pulp 100 g minced meat (tofu or seitan based) 1 large onion 3 cloves garlic 3 Tbs paprika powder 500 g vegetables (broccoli, potatoes, celery,...) 200 g tomato paste Directions

Cut the onion and garlic and bake in the oil until soft. Add the mince and mix with a fork. Add a little bit of water, the tomato paste and paprika powder. Bring to boil while stirring. Add soya pulp and vegetables. Let it cook for another 15 minutes.

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Response from: S.Rathinam Subramanian,   
Registered Member on Ammas.com
With reference to your mail kindly visit the following links

1.http://www.uppercrustindia.com/27cr…

2.http://www.anothersubcontinent.com/…

3.http://milonee.net/bengali_recipes/…

4.http://www.wikimirror.com/Bengali_c…

5.http://smoke.gwxe.com/…

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Response from: Mural T R S ,   
Featured Member on Ammas.com
Dear Anu,

For recipes on how to include Soya supplements in your cooking or baking you may contact ********@*****.*** or Ruchi Soya Industries Ltd, 408 Tulsiani Chambers, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021.

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Response from: C. Raj, United Kingdom,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
Dear Anu,

The recipe for your Chaat, is listed on this page. Enjoy it.

http://magnamags.com/magna_cookbook…

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Response from: Keep Smiling .,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
For recipe with soybean chapp, please visit:

www.origin.ndtvcooks.com/search/sea…

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