Indian Curry Recipes

Soya Tikki Masala

 

Soya is a very healthy nutrient which helps us in decreasing our cholesterol level. Today I have come up with a different dish made out of soya nuggets. Soya tikki which can be eaten as a snack during this rainy season or else we can use this dish as gravy for chapathis…try this… Iam sure you & your family will surely love it…

 

 

Ingredients for preparing tikki:

  • Soya Chunks (nuggets) – 500gms
  •  Potato – 250gms (boiled & smashed)
  •  Carrot – 2nos (grated)
  •  Chili powder – 1tsp
  •  Turmeric powder – ½ tsp
  •  Garam Masala Powder – 1tbsp
  •  Kasoori Methi – 1tsp
  •  Wheat Atta – 2tbsp
  •  Oil – 3tbsp
  •  Salt as per taste.

Ingredients for gravy:

  • Grated Fresh Coconut – ½ cup
  •  Garlic – 4 cloves
  •  Ginger – 1inch
  •  Onion – 2nos (finely chopped)
  •  Dry Red Chilies – 3nos
  •  Coriander powder/ Dhania powder – ½ cup
  •  Turmeric powder – ½ tsp
  •  Salt as per taste

 

Method for soya tikkis:

  • Soak the soya chunks in hot water for 15mins. Strain & squeeze the absorbed water from the cooked soya chunks.
  •  Grind the cooked soya chunks in mixer. Remove it to a bowl.
  •  Add to it smashed potatoes, grated carrots, Chili powder, turmeric powder, Garam Masala powder,
  •  kasoori methi & salt. Nicely mix all the ingredients.
  •  Divide the mixture into 12 equal portions & shape each of them to a flat tikki.
  •  Grease them with Wheat powder/ Atta so that the tikki doesn’t break.
  •  Pour oil in a nonstick pan & drop the greased tikkis. Cook till both sides are brown in color.
  •  Keep the soya tikkis aside.

 

Method for gravy:

  • Heat a kadai. Add grated coconut, ½ – chopped onions, garlic, dry red chilies. Roast till coconut turns golden brown in color.
  •  Remove it to a mixer jar; add ginger, coriander powder, turmeric powder & salt & grind it to a smooth paste.
  •  Heat a kadai. Add little oil; add the remaining onions & sauté till it turns pink & transparent.
  •  Then add the smooth paste & ½ cup water. When the gravy starts to boil, low the flame.
  •  Cook the gravy in low flame for 10mins. Keep a side the gravy.
  •  While serving, place the soya tikkis in a dish & pour hot gravy on top of tikkis

 Soya tikki gravy is ready to serve hot with chapathis…

Note:

This Soya tikkis can be used as a snack during rainy season…you can avoid the gravy.

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