Soya chunks sabzi l Soya chunks masala

Soya chunks are a great alternative to meat for the vegetarians to meet their nutritional requirements. A rich source of protein, they are good for heart, bones and reduce menopausal symptoms.


Soya chunks       – 2 cups

Potato                 –  1 no

Green peas            –  1/4 cup

Onion  finely chopped   –  2 nos

Tomato chopped      – 2 nos

Green chillies            – 2 nos

Ginger chopped           –    1 tbs

Garlic                           – 1 tbs

Coriander powder         – 2 tsp

Chilli powder               – 1 1/2 tsp

Turmeric powder         – 1/4 tsp

Garam masala powder   – 1 tsp

Cumin seeds               – 1 tsp

Coriander leaves         – 1/4 cup

Salt to taste



Wash soya chunks and pressure cook along with water and salt till 2-3 whistles. Drain the water and squeeze the chunks to remove any excess water. Keep this aside. Cut the potatoes into cubes. Grind green chillies, ginger and garlic.

Heat oil in a pan, splutter cumin seeds. Saute onions. When onions turn light brown, add ground chilly, ginger and garlic paste.  Now add chopped tomatoes. When the oil starts to appear on the top, add coriander powder, chilli powder, turmeric powder, garam masala. When it is sauteed, add soya chunks. Mix well. Now add potatoes, water, and salt. Close the lid and let it cook. When it is almost cooked, add frozen peas. When the gravy thickens, add coriander leaves. Switch off the stove. Serve with chapathis.

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27 thoughts on “Soya chunks sabzi l Soya chunks masala”

  1. it looks super delicious..soya is my daughters fav so i try to make it every other week for her..will try your version sometime..

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  2. Love the subzi, now that I'm looking to empty my meal maker pack and this is just a lovely and handy recipe!!
    Looks simple to make and im sure it tasted yum!! Also it is super healthy with lots of protein!
    Perfect dish, Beena!!
    Somehow I never got the idea of pressure cooking the chunks, that is definitely a great point, thanks Beena!

  3. It was always hard for me to come up with meal ideas when I was a vegetarian. If only I saw this back then!! This looks fantastic!

  4. Looks yummy and lovely.Thanks for visiting my space and am happy to visit yours too.You have a lovely space.


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