Wednesday, July 2, 2008

SOYA NUGGETS MANCHURIAN






Today evening i felt to do something different with soya nuggets . Went into kitchen and mixed all spices that caught my eyes and did this dish. Anyway the final result was yummy & a colourful dish . u can name it as soya - 65 o rsoya manchurian or chilly soya. Its ur choice (since i mixed too many spices).


PREPARATION :-

  • Take 50-60 soya nuggets (meal maker) , wash them nicely.

  • In a big bowl take large amount of water and heat it when it boils fully add cleaned soya nuggets.

  • After 5 mins switchoff the stove and strain them.

  • When they cool squeeze water thoroughly from them and take them into a bowl.

  • In soya nuggets add 1/4tspn salt , pinch of pepper , azinomoto, 1/4tspn cumin powder , 1/4 tspn coriander powder pinch of garam masala ,1/4tspn ginger garlic paste ,1tspn soya sauce , 1/4tspn chilly sauce , 1/2 tspn vinegar , 1 egg white, pinch of red food colour mixed in 1tspn water, 1tbspn cornflour and 2 tbspns maida. Mix all nicely.

  • Marinate the above mixture for 30 mins.

  • Now deep fry this marinated soya nuggets in oil. (be careful they will get fried very quickly).

  • Chop onion , capsicum , spring onions , garlic and ginger.

  • Heat a pan add 2 tbspns oil , Add 5 chopped green chillies , finely chopped 8 garlic pods and finely chopped ginger ,add 3 strigs of curry leaves , when they splutter add 1/4 tspn pepper powder and add 1 big chopped onion , 1 chopped capsicum.

  • When onion is cooked add 1/4 tspn ginger garlic paste , 1/4 tspn salt .

  • next add 1/2 tspn azinomoto , 1 tbspn soya sauce , 1 tbspn tomato ketch up, 1/2 tspn chilli garlic paste , 1/2 tspn vinegar. mix all nicely.

  • Now add fried soya nuggets . Saute them nicely.

  • Add few spring onions and switchoff the stove and squeeze juice of 1/2 lemon. Mix nicely and serve hot.

PLZ LEAVE UR COMMENT AND RATE MY RECIPE.

THANK U FOR VISITING MY BLOG,

PREETHI RAM.

15 Comments:

  1. Rajani Rayudu said...
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    Rajani Rayudu said...
    Hi Preeti,
    Happy Friendship day to you too! emi mi intlo gumma gummalu adisthunattu vunnaru, bagunnayi anni vantalu. Mi iddari photo bavundhi.

    cheers
    rajani
    MY WORLD OF RECIPES said...
    Thank u rajini, for ur compliements.
    bye,
    preethi ram.
    Saswati said...
    HI,

    WONDERFUL RECIPE N INFACT I REALLY APPRECIATE THE WAY U HV PRESENTED UR WEBSITE.......M ALSO INTERESTED In RECIPIES SO IF U CAN PLZ FORWARD ME MORE RECIPIES ----AT roysaswati@yahoo.com..........
    MY WORLD OF RECIPES said...
    Hi saswati , thx a lot for ur lovely comments .Do visit my blog for more recipes .It is little bit difficult to post them to ur mail id .
    Anonymous said...
    is the chilli garlic paste store bought or u prepared at home?if yes,then how?
    MY WORLD OF RECIPES said...
    Hi Anonymous , i used a store brought chilly-garlic paste.

    with cheers ,
    Preethi ram.
    Anonymous said...
    Preeti,

    Very nice and easy recepie. Presented very well.
    I will make this today for my husband. Will let you know how it turns out.
    Keep posting new recepies.

    Thanks
    Anju
    Rakshitha said...
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    Rakshitha said...
    m a college going gal... i wanted to thrill my dad wid my cooking knowledge.yahooooo....your recipe created such a fantastic impression on my dad... i choosed the recipe soya nuggets munchurian...n the important thing is it is my maiden attempt....i recommend your recipes to all teenage girls like me,who want to leave an indelible mark in the hearts of their near and dear one...thank you....
    Soumya said...
    hi Preethi,
    thanks for the awesome recipe... me and my cousin tried it and impressed all :) thanks a ton!

    soumya & sunaina
    Anonymous said...
    hii..it sounds soo easy and yummy..gonna suprise my husband..thanx a lot.
    lorfalcon said...
    Hi there. Where do you buy soya nuggets. I've never seen them in San Diego...
    Anonymous said...
    Hi Preeti,

    Your recipe looks so good. But one doubt. Does frying the soy nuggets makes them too oily? If so are there any tips to avoid that? Really appreciate your responce.
    vani.
    Anonymous said...
    excellent no words

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