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Monday, November 26, 2012

Soya Keema Fritters / Soya Ke Pakore



Deepavali has passed and all of us had a wonderful time in munching on the sweets and snacks. I must have put on at least 3 kg in last  2 weeks. However, in order to maintain the taste and health at the same time and revitalize for all the upcoming festivities like Christmas and New Year, I am including lots of tofu and soya dishes in my daily meal. This soya keema fritter will face no rejection from fussy eaters. 
Ingredients:
2 cups Soya Granules
1 Egg, beaten
1 small Onion, diced
2 tbsp Gram flour
1/2 tsp chopped Ginger
2 Green chillies, finely chopped
Pinch of Garam masala
Handful of Coriander leaves, chopped
Salt to taste
Oil for frying

Method:
Boil the soya granules with enough water with a pinch of salt for 7-8 minutes on low flame.Drain and wash in fresh water. Squeeze out all the extra water from the soya granules and coarsely grind the soya in a food processor. Now in a mixing bowl add soya mixture and rest of the ingredients. Do not add water in it. 


The batter should be of medium consistency, neither too thick nor too thin. Deep fry on medium flame till they are golden brown. Place them on tissue to soak excess oil an serve with Ketchup or Coriander chutney. 

24 comments:

  1. Sounds very unique and delicious! Love that wooden box :)

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  2. awesome...siter sondhay ek cup gorom cha ar soya fritter just jome jabe!

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  3. hehe... meri bhi nazar bas wooden box pe gayi... :) :)

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  4. the bowl and the spoon is so awesome!!! very hard to take my eyes off it!!!
    Sowmya

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  5. k....so this is it..Soya keema fritters....lovely....that's a very nice idea and a healthy recipe to...book mared...

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  6. Crispy fritters, looks inviting.Wish to have some with a cup of masala chai rite now.

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  7. so yummy...want to have them right now Deepa..

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  8. I love this recipe! the body of the fritters is easy to make! no cutting peeling involved ;) soya gives body!! healthy too!

    so you had boiled them and chopped in a processor, mixed all the ingredients and dropped as irregular balls in hot oil?
    I have bookmarked this one and certainly try!!

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  9. Wow..that's a nice idea of making fritters with soya...looks yumm... liked the bowl :)

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  10. very interesting recipe and stunning presentation dear

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  11. wouldnt mind these with my cuppa :)

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  12. Looks delicious and different. Nice presentation

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  13. Very nice and interesting combo. never thought we can add soya granules in pakore

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  14. That would be perfect for tea. Healthy n yummy fritters

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  15. That's a perfect snack with tea. Will surely try it.

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  16. Looks like you are having rocking time......love the props....pakora looks delectable....

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  17. I add Bajri Flour in it. Love this dish.

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  18. Beautiful fritters love to try it as my tea time snack.

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  19. Ami soya kabab praye banai..tobe pakoda ta besh bhalo idea..on a rainy day with a cup of tea r ki chai? Deepa ke UK te, tahole besh garam -2 pakoda khaba jabe..hugs

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  20. I made this today for the evening snack and it came out well though I dint get how the batter should be.. I made mine mushy and i rolled as balls before sliding into the oil... still no idea whther I made it right...werent crispy looking as yours ...:)

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