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Sunday, January 18, 2015



This curry is made up of Soya granules(Soya chura ),Green Peas and some Indian spices,taste good and helathy recipe,Kids love this,Goes well with Indian wheat Bread(chapathi) and steamed Indian plain Rice)


200 grams soya granules (soya chura)You can get soya in granule form in market or else you can mince the soya chunks in mixer/blender after soaking for 20 minutes in Hot water (as per below)

200 gram green peas

2 tomatoes finly chopped

2 onions chopped

1 tsp turmeric powder

1 1/2  tsp ginger garlic aste

1 table spoon chopped cilantro/coriander leaves

1 table spoon finely chopped Mint Leaves

2 Gren chilles chopped

2 Tsp Corriander powder(Dhania Powder)

1 Tsp cumin powder(zeera powder)

1/2 Tsp Garam Masala ( non vegetarians may use Mutton kheema grama masala -
available in any Indian/Asian stores)

1 tsp chilli powder or as per your taste

3/4 th  cup water

Salt as per your Taste

4 table spoons Any edible Oil

4 Green Cradomom(Elaichi)

3 cloves
Pinch of Kasuri Methi (optional)


Soak Soy granules in hot water for 20 minutes. Drain, squeeze the water using your hands and set aside

In pressure cooker heat 2 Tbsp oil, add  elaichi and clove saute. Add in onions and a pinch of salt and cook till slightly pink

Add in the ginger garlic paste followed by the masalas (Keema or curry masala, red chili powder,corriander powder,Cumin Powder,Red Chilli powder  ) Saute for a minute
Add  tomatoes and cook till onions and tomatoes form a thick mix

Add Chopped Corriander Leaves and Mint Leaves and saute for 2-3 minutes
Add Chopped Green Chilli,Add Green peas,Red Chilli powder 

Add kasturi methi(optional), salt to taste  and soy granules. 

Stir and add 3/4 cup of water. Pressure cook till one whistle on a medium flame. Turn off heat

After 10 -15 minutes open the cooker lid, if you want a thicker consistency cook uncovered for 10 more minutes on medium flame and let water evaporate.

Check for seasoning and Salt

Garnish with coriander and serve hot with rice or chapatti.