Soya keema is the popular vegetarian version of keema. This is also known as vegetarian meat which is full of protein. Soya chunks are a good source of protein and widely used in Indian cuisine. If you are vegetarian then add these soya chunks in your meal because it is very healthy and nutritious. Soya keema recipe with step by step photos. Scroll down for more…
Soya Keema Recipe
Soya keema recipe can be prepared with either soya chunks or with soya granules. You can also use minced soya chunks. Here, I am using soya chunks for this recipe. This recipe is similar to mutton or chicken keema but here we are using minced soya granules. Soya has no taste on its own so we need to add more flavor to it.
I am not a big fan of soya but this recipe changed my thought about the soya. This is the tastier version of the soya recipe I ever tasted. So if you are or not a fan of Soya, give a try to this recipe and I am sure you also love this veg keema. It can be served with Roti, rice, paratha, or with Naan. It also goes well in the lunch box.
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Some Tips For Perfect Keema
Use best soya chunks Quality always matters. Especially in cooking, use the best quality soya chunks.
The grinding of soya doesn’t make the fine paste of soya. Grind it in a food processor or if you are using a mixture grinder then always keep an eye on chunks because we need a keema-like texture.
Use fresh ginger and garlic puree and fresh curd. It gives more flavor to your keema.
Use meat masala powder don’t worry meat masala powder is not non-veg but just the mixture of spices. Use this powder because soya is rather tasteless, so we need to add spice in it.
- For keema marination
- 1 cup soka chunks
- 2 tablespoon ginger and garlic paste Advertisement
- 1 tablespoon salt
- 1/2 tablespoon turmeric powder
- 1 cup curd
- 2 tablespoon meatmasla powder
- 2 tablespoon coriander powder
- 1/2 tablespoon dry fenugreek leaves
- For gravy
- 1/4 tablespoon cumin seeds
- 1 bay leaf
- 4 onions chopped
- 3 tomato puree
- 1/2 tablespoon salt
- 1 tablespoon red chili powder
- 1/2 tablespoon sugar
- 1/2 tablespoon turmeric powder
- 1 tablespoon ginger and garlic paste
- 7 tablespoon mustered oil
- 100 ml water
|Cooking time||1 hour|
|Servings||4 to 5|
Take a cup of soya chunks and wash with water.
Then with some water boil soya chunks for 10 minutes on high flame and leave it in hot water for 5 minutes. Then again wash it with cold water.
Squeez of all water from soya chunks.
Grind it like keema. We want like this type of texture.
Now add salt.
Add ginger garlic paste into it.
Add meat masala powder.
Add coriander powder.
Add dry fenugreek leaves.
And finally add curd into it and mix it and leave it for further cooking.
Take a pan add oil and heat it. Then add some cumin seeds and bay leaf.
Add chopped onions and ginger garlic paste. Saute for 15 minutes on medium flame.
When onions turn into golden then add turmeric powder and salt. Mix it.
Add chilli powder.
Now add tomato puree into it.
Then add sugar. And cook for 15 minutes on low flame.
Then add marinated soya keema into it. Sauce for 3 to 4 minutes on high flame. Then on low flame cook for 15 minutes.
After that add little bit water. You can add ginger slices and cook for more 10 minutes.
Then now high flame cook the keema for 8 to 10 minutes until the keema absorbs the water and little bit dry.
Soya keema is ready to serve. Serve this with LACHA paratha or with naan and some onion slices, lemon wedges inside.