Soyabean is an underappreciated mock-meat option that is both tasty and nutritious! We’ve compiled a list of 5 soyabean dishes that will satisfy meat-eaters and will leave them happily surprised!
Soya Chaap Curry
One of the yummiest go-to vegetarian dishes, soya chaap masala has the same texture as meat and acts as a good replacement for non-veg. In addition, it tastes excellent when paired with naan/roomali roti. Soya chaap masala is a gravy dish made from chopped soya chaap cooked with spicy masala.
Furthermore, the blend of whole spices imparts a unique flavor to the thick gravy. Quite popular in the Delhi/NCR region, this dish is simple to prepare yet extremely tasty.
A hearty nutritious meal, the soyabean biryani is a unique take on the traditional dum-style biryani, Gluten-free yet addictive, it is made with protein-packed soya chunks, fragrant Basmati rice, fresh veggies, sweet caramelized onions, and aromatic Indian masalas. In brief, it is a heavenly one-pot meal that can be made in under 40 minutes!
Also known as tandoori soya tikka/soya chaap tikka, soyabean tikka is a street style vegetarian version of tandoori chicken tikka. A dish that literally tastes out of this world, serve this as an appetizer or a main course with a dollop of mint chutney!
All in all, this dish features juicy soya chunks marinated in aromatic spices, cream, butter, and a range of Indian spices. High in protein, the smoky flavor of this dish will definitely make your mouth water.
To begin with, a steaming bowl of hot soyabean soup is perfect for your sluggish evenings! This soup is a delicious combination of vegetables and soya chunks. All in all, it is nutritious, healthy, and full of flavor. Among other soyabean dishes out there, this is a must-try. All things considered, pair this soup with some garlic bread and you are good to go!
A kebab that spells ‘royalty’! You’ll never be able to make out that this is not meat! The soya kebab recipe is a vegetarian snack recipe made with chunks of soy and fragrant Indian spices. Crispy on the outside and soft on the inside pair this delicious veg kebab, with tomato sauce or green chutney. An alternative to tender meat kebabs, these kebabs taste best when served with onion rings and lemon wedges.
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