Friday, April 3, 2009

Meal Maker Masala

Soya chunks (meal maker) - 1 cup
onions - 1
tomatoes - 2
ginger garlic paste - 1 tbsp
salt to taste
water - 1/4 cup
red chilli powder - 1 tsp
corriander powder - 1/2 tsp
turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
garam masala - 1/2 tsp
mustard seeds - 1/2 tsp
oil - 4 - 5 tsp
corriander leaves - 2 - 3 tsp

- soak the soya chunks in water for 15 minutes
- then leave the pan with the water and the soya chunks to boil for 5 minutes
- allow it to cool and squeeze out water
- wash the soya chunks twice or thrice until the raw smell vanishes
- squeeze out water and leave it aside
- chop the onions and tomatoes finely
- chop the corriander leaves finely
- in a pan add oil
- add mustard seeds when the oil is hot- add onions and fry- add turmeric powder and salt to taste
- when the onions are golden brown add the tomatoes and the inger garlic paste
- fry for 4 - 5 minutes
- add the chilli powder, corriander powder and the garam masala in water and make it into a paste
- add that paste in to the pan and then add the soya chunks
- mix well and allow it to cook for 4 - 5 minutes
- add the corriander leaves and cook for 2 minutes and serve hot with rice, chappathi.

This is for the EVENT:

Viki's Kitchen


Vibaas said...

this is a nice recipe. i never buy meal maker because i didnt know what to do with it :)

Uma said...

looks so delicious. Never heard of this. :)

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow healthy and yum...Looks spicy.

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Looks real yum! My daughter loves it - will try and let you know...

Abilashini Sapthanaa said...

Thanks all..

Vibaas: There are lots more recipes using meal maker you can check the rice menu to find a briyani using meal maker.

Uma, Kitchen flavours and home cooked oriya food Thanks!!!!!!!!!!

Sumathi said...

thanks for this recipe
i tried taste also very good
thanks alot

anitha said...

looks good and yummy but its a ltl hard to eat it wen its full round in shape so i jus made an alteration. after boiling squeeze out the water and put in mixie and give it a turn. so it becomes like a keema. now continue with the process and enjoy it.

anitha said...

i enjoyed the dish a lot but i made a small alteration by making the soya chunk in to keema after squeezing the excess water from it i gave it a short grind in the mixie then continued with the process.