Hello peeps!! How is everyone? If you are thinking of what you can do with your soyabean chunks other than making a subji then you should surely try out this recipe. It is tasty and filling also. You can make these for tiffin also. So lets get cooking..
Wheat Flour – 2 cups
Tomato puree – 1 cup
Onion (finely chopped) – 1 medium
Soyabean chunks – 2 cups
Ginger Garlic paste – 2 tbsp
Red chilli powder – 1 tbsp
Coriander-Cumin Powder – 1 tbsp
Garam Masala powder – 1 tbsp
Amchur powder – 1 tbsp
Fresh Coriander leaves (finely chopped) – 1/4 cup
Salt as per taste
Water for kneading
1) For kneading the dough in a mixing bowl take the wheat flour, 1 tsp salt and mix well. Now add 1 tbsp oil and crumble with the flour. Knead into soft dough using water. Add some oil on the surface and keep aside for 15 minutes.
2) In a deep vessel take 3 cups of water and let it come to a boil. Add the soya chunks to this and let them boil in the water for 2-3 minutes. Now switch off the gas and cover the vessel and keep aside for 15 minutes. This will enure the soya chunks are cooked well.
3) After 15 minutes remove the soya chunks from the water and squeeze them with the hand to remove excess water. Grind these soya chunks in the mixture jar.
4) For the stuffing in a pan take oil. Let it become warm, in this add the ginger garlic paste and saute for few seconds. Then add the finely chopped onion and saute till slightly brown. Now add the tomato puree, red chilli powder, cumin-coriander powder, garam masala powder and salt and let it cook till oil seperates.
5) Once the oil seperates, add the grinded soya and amchur powder and mix it well. Cover and let it cook for few seconds then turn of the gas. Now add the coriander leaves and mix it all well.
6) Make balls out of the dough (Approx 8-10). Roll one of the balls using rolling pin to about 4 inches circle. Add the stuffing prepared in the center of the circle and fold the outer edges of the dough together and seal the stuffing. Now roll the stuffed ball into a circle of around 6-7 inches.
7) Heat a non-stick tawa (griddle) and cook the paratha using oil until golden brown spots appear on both the sides on medium flame.
6) Cook all the parathas this way and serve hot.
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