Friday, May 28, 2010

Spicy Soya Kheema Pasta

Everyone at home can have pastas everyday, they fond that much to this Italian dish, i do prepare as many version using cream, meats or simply with veggies..Here is one of my version of enjoying pasta with an Indian touch, by making out kheema with soyachunks and finally sauting the already cooked pastas in this spicy soya kheema...Easy breezy pasta get ready with less time and this soya kheema pasta tastes fantastic when served warm also as a salad by adding veggies to this soya kheema pasta when served chilled...Soya kheema is a vegetarian kheema as its suits prefectly for vegetarians and its looks quite like the minced meats..This soya kheema can be served even as a side dish along with rotis, also as filling in buns or rotis..U can add green peas or veggies to make out as soya veggies kheema, yea this kheema is definitely versatile and can prepare them as so many varieties of dishes..I add this soya granules in many dishes and everyone at home love this healthy and nutritious granules..Do try friends u will definitely love this..

Soya Kheema Pasta

250grms Pasta (any type & cook as per instructions)
1cup Soya chunks
1no Onion (chopped finely)
2nos Tomatoes (chopped)
1tbsp Ginger garlic paste
1/2tsp Turmeric powder
1tsp Chilly powder
1/2tsp Garam masala powder
1/4tsp Cumin powder
1/2tsp Fennel seed powder
2nos Whole spices (bayleaves, cloves, cinnamon stick)
Oil
Curry leaves or Coriander leaves as per need

Cook the soyagranules in water until they doubled their volume..drain the water and squeeze out the excess of water..Heat enough oil, fry the whole spices and add the chopped onions, chopped tomatoes and ginger garlic paste, saute everything well until the onions turns transculent..meanwhile grind the already cooked soya chunks as slightly coarse...Now add the grounded soya chunks,cumin powder, fennel seed powder, turmeric powder, chilly powder, garam masala powder and salt to the cooking veggies, put the flame in simmer, cook until the oil get separates..Finally add the cooked pasta, coriander leaves or curry leaves, toss everything gently and cook for few minutes simmer...put off the stove..

Serve immediately !!

41 comments:

  1. Very creative n healthy priya :)

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  2. looks amazing...wil def be a must try for me..

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  3. New and interesting recipe. Looks delicious and also very healthy.

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  4. East meets West! What a revolution!

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  5. Priya, nalla idea soya chunks pasta serkarathu neenga romba creative ah think pannirukeenga pa.. Paarkave nalla irukku pasta recipe..Priya,,aamam en hubby niraya surprise gift line ah koduthu surprise koduthaaru naanga nethu day ve nalla enjoy panninoem paa.

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  6. Soya and Pasta :) I generally dont like pasta for the masala they provide along with the pasta. Your version looks impressive. Will try and let u know.

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  7. Mouthwatering pasta! Very yummy!

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  8. even i indianise my pasta dishes on and off

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  9. Here too if i make pasta every day they would love it, though i tend just to make twice a week to my daughter's disapointment. The pasta dish looks so good.

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  10. Spicy Pasta looks delicious, enjoy.

    See you on Monday, long weekend! :)

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  11. Priya, nice idea of using pasta this way. Might be its difficult to differentiate between ground soya and kheema in pasta. Nice creative dish.

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  12. thats a lovely indianised pasta Pri. love it.

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  13. Pasta with keema sounds amazing combination. Very healthy and creative as usual

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  14. Very nice pasta dish dear. Lovely.

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  15. We rarely make pasta and only have a few spicy twists to it. So it is nice to see such recipes. Thanks!

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  16. thats indo version pasta... spicy n hot..

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  17. Soya and pasta lovely combo looks yum.

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  18. Amazing combo Priya, need to try this for sure..

    Love
    Kairali sisters

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  19. Pasta with soya chunks looks very delicious.Nice and healthy dish.

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  20. Umm delicious and healthy! Great for vegetarians!

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  21. love soya chunks...that sounds healthy n delicious...Yum!

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  22. I love dishes that with a dash of this and a dash of that are able to jump from one cultures to the next. This sounds wonderful and pasta is popular around the world. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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  23. Priya, that looks sooooooo good, soya chunks keema, lovely idea :)

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  24. Dear Priya,Congratulations for winning the special gift of Baking with Julia Child from RV.

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  25. ரொம்ப நல்லாயிருக்குப்பா...

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  26. Priya,

    Spicy soya kheema pasta looks really yummy. Congrats on winning cook book on Radhika's contest.

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  27. wow what a creativity priya, simply superb...

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  28. Hi Priya..sorry for not keeping tabs as I'm just held up with issues here and my in-laws are here too..u have posted many mouth-watering recipes..will go tru one by one when I gottime.btw that's one yummy pasta dish for me to try very soon..tc da..

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  29. //Congrats on winning cook book on Radhika's contest.// sollavey illai...:) congrtspa

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  30. delicious pasta. looks beautiful

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  31. New and interesting recipe..sounds healthy and delicious dear.

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  33. une assiette de pâtes comme je les aime c'est excellent pour moi
    j'aime beaucoup
    bonne soirée

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  34. great recipe...Thanks for your sweet note in our blog..will miss you all...Will try to catch up on FB :-) bye till then !

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  35. As usual super thinking of adding soya chunks to pasta.Looks great Priya !!!

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  36. Hi dear, hru doing? Hey, I made a pasta stirfry this morning too!

    Urs, as usual looking yummy! :D

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  37. Yum Yum sounds spicy delicious priya

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  38. This sounds like a special pasta. I've had tofu aplenty, but not soya chunks.

    Thanks for yet another great MLLA recipe, Priya!

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