Soya Beans Curry(dry version)

Last week when I was cleaning my pantry found out a packet of soya beans and made this curry for Sunday lunch.My mom makes this curry with dried mochai(field beans) but I tried with soya beans.For my surprise this curry turned out very delicious which goes very well with sambhar rice and variety rice or eaten as a snack as such.My kiddo liked this curry a lot, now to the recipe..........

Ingredients

IngredientQuantity
Soya beans(soaked)11/2 cups
Onion1no.(medium size)
Green chilly2nos.
Oil2tsp
Curry leaves1 sprig
Coriander leaves(chopped)2tsp
Mustard seeds/kadugu1/2tsp
Urad dhal/ullutham paruppu1tsp
Turmeric powder/manjal podito taste
Asafoetida/perungayama pinch
Saltto taste

To roast and grind
IngredientQuantity
Red chilly2-3nos.
Coriander seeds11/2tsp
Coconut(grated)4tbs



Method

                         Soak the soya beans overnight and pressure cook it with a pinch of salt and water to one whistle.Chop the onion and green chillies finely.
Meanwhile dry roast the ingredients and grind it to a coarse powder and set it aside.
Heat a pan with oil and do the tempering with mustard seeds and urad dhal,add the asfoetida and curry leaves.Saute the onion,green chillies till transparent with a pinch of salt and turmeric powder.Now add the cooked soya beans and stir it for a minute.
Then add the ground paste,salt and mix it well.Cook it in the medium flame for 5-6 minutes.Finally garnish it with coriander leaves.
Curry is ready to serve.

Enjoy....................................

  • Cook the soya beans for one whistle otherwise it may turn mushy.
  • A tsp of ginger&garlic paste can also be added while sauteing the onion.
Sending this to Cooking with Seeds-Soya Beans event started by Priya guest hosting by Anu of Anu's Healthy Kitchen.

25 comments:

Very yummy curry..You can just eat it like a snack too with a squeeze of lemon juice added to it.

looks very yummy and delicious.. lovely presentation..

This curry looks so yumm, tasty way of having soy beans..

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temting n protein packed recipe....

Healthy and nutritious curry..

Sounds so healthy n yummy! Nice recipe dear..

Very nutritious n yummy curry,sounds more flavorful n tasty with fresh ground masala...love it!!
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Looks really nice. Can be a curry or a masala salad!

Very yummy n nutritious curry, sounds so delicious.

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very nutritious and healthy curry....sounds tasty and delicious.. Keep blogging.. http://indiantastyfoodrecipes.blogspot.com

Muy exquisita y llena de proteĆ­na una exquisitez,abrazos hugs,hugs.

healthy and delicious recipe... perfect..

very healthy one, nice recipe dear..

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