Monday, December 16, 2013

Soy Kababs

One day I was going thru one of the blog and it has posted beef kabab recipe. It was looking so tempting , I immediately stand up , went in to the kitchen and soak the soya granules, to make kababs for my lunch. I was experimenting so didn't soak too much, but it came out so good and now its on my menu for ever. Don't you have something like that too? that you are experimenting but turn out so good that you wanted to keep that in mind to make it in big batch. Good thing about blogging that I can go back and check the recipes when ever I wanted to make it again. Its just nice big recipe book. This kababs are good to eat it as it is. but if you like have some green or  tamarind chutney with it.

Ingredients :

1/2 cup soy granules
1 small onion chopped
2 green chilies finely chopped
1/4 cup Bajri flour (millet flour)
2 tbsp. ginger garlic paste
1 tbsp. chili flakes
salt to taste
finely chopped coriander and mint leaves
oil for deep frying
lime and raw onion to serve


Soak soy granules in hot water for 10 -15 minutes. After that squishes that water and take it in bowl. Add everything in it till coriander and mint leaves and mix well.

Heat a oil in deep pan.
When it sizzles, make small balls of mixtures and deep fry it on medium flame  till it become brown.
Don't rush it otherwise it will be raw from inside.
Take it out on paper towel and finish all the stuffing.
Serve hot with your favorite chutney or ketchup or hot cup of tea.

  Delicious spicy kababs are ready.

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  1. Soy kabab looks so crispy really wish I got to try 2 no no 4 atleast.

  2. Yummy kebabs Linsy.. wud lov to try them :)

  3. oh wow... lovely soya kababs!!! cant definitely say no to it...

  4. Yummy Kababs!! Will try it out...

  5. wow !!! absolutely, loved the kebabs, and with soya !!! lovely. you did a great job here, Lincy dear

  6. Delicious soya kebabs Lincy..... a good starter

  7. super delicious and protein rich kabas, nice alternative for NV kababs..looks so tempting :)

  8. healthy n delicious kababs. I use soy chunks in my pulao! This too sounds great

  9. Healthy and yummy snack,will surely try this.

  10. Wonderful, Linsy!!! I'm surely gonna make this one... May be, I'll use my paniyaram pan for shallow-frying :P

    1. it has Bajri in it, that's why I did not use that pan, I wanted to cook thru it. but you can try and let me know.

  11. lincy looks like you are doing marathon of healthy dishes.. After tofu nw its soya chunks. Good going

    1. Thanks Smitha, when I was scheduling, I saw that too, but it was sitting my draft for so long, I have to post it all together.

  12. You are an amazing cook and so very innovative! I always salivate after your dishes. Yummm!

    1. Thanks Minnie for your lovely comment. I just try to cook varieties that's all.

  13. wow...that is a this version...sorry dear could not catch up long time, now am back on track

  14. Drooling here. Very inviting.

  15. very delicious and healthy Bababs...Snowy outside, thinking of to drive a little straight to your home..!

  16. I love how you interpret dishes and make it your own, and with the distinct Linsy trademark :) Love it.

  17. perfect for the weather here...looks too yumm

  18. Healthy and tasty kabab....... Yummm!!

  19. Aweome Soy Kababs is my favourite street snack...
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