Friday, April 8, 2011

Soyachunks Rice

Simple rice which suits prefectly for a lunch box menu and get ready in less time,u can make up this wonderful looking rice simply with soyachunks,few veggies of ur choice..U dont need anything to grind or saute for hours..Yea i prepared this rice using tomato ketchup, pav bhaji powder and garam masala powder,everything together spiced up well this easy breezy soyachunks rice..Apart from chopping the veggies and onions, u dont have anything to do specially for this great looking one pot meal..Even leftover rice suits prefectly for making this simple rice,eventhough i cooked my rice in pressure cooker and prepared this rice for our lunch two days back which i served along with green gram sprouts and soya vadas which also goes for a quick preparation and i'll be posting those wonderful looking vadas recipes soon...

Soyachunks Rice

2cups Rice (cooked)
1no Onion (chopped)
20-25nos Soyachunks
1cup Cabbage (shredded)
1/2cup Green beans
2tsp Tomato ketchup
1tsp Pav bhaji masala
1/4tsp Pepperpowder
1tsp Garam masala powder
1/2tsp Cumin seeds
Few curry leaves
Oil
Salt

Heat enough oil,fry the cumin seeds and curry leaves, add immediately the chopped onions and salt,saute until the onions turns transculent, meanwhile cook the soyachunks in hot water until they doubled their volume,drain the water and squeeze out the excess water..Now add the green beans,shredded cabbage to the onions,saute everything for few seconds, add the soya chunks,tomato ketchup,pav bhaji masala,garam masala powder,salt and cook everything in high flame for few seconds, dont over cook the veggies..

Finally add the cooked rice,pepper powder and toss everything gently and serve hot with chips or papads.

48 comments:

  1. OMG Priya..I am hungry...I am eyeing the vadas :)

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  2. I have soya chunks at home now. Will make it and let you know.

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  3. I have never used soya in rice. a must try again:-).

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  4. wow they r perfect n the vadas yuuummoo

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  5. Thats a very simple easy and healthy one pot meal

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  6. yummy rice....love it ....one vada for me pls...

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  7. Good for vegetarians, like me :-)

    ciao
    Alessandra

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  8. Yum! So delicious the rice is! It looks tasty!

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  9. Yumm and perfect rice for me. Excellent Priya

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  10. Rice looks yummy...lovely combo.

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  11. Delicious Rice...Yummy combo with Vada.

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  12. Soya in rice you have make it yum!

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  13. one of my fav one pot meal, I sometimes use the green peas and paneer along with soya chunks
    vadas looks so crunchy munchy

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  14. ஈஸியான சூப்பர்ர் சோயா சாதம்..அதைவிட எனக்கு அந்த மசால் வடை தான் கண்ணை பறிக்குது..அதுவும் நல்லாயிருக்கு!!

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  15. i have never cooked with soya rice..im now intrigued by it

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  16. What a perfect one pot meal priya!!! Simple n yummmy

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  17. Looks very nice! Simple and a healthy one pot meal!

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  18. Love anything with soya chunks and this looks delicious!

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  19. Loves yumm and the vadai's look so crispy too.

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  20. Yummy looking rice...looking forward for the vadai recipe.

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  21. The rice looks really good, would be great with any curry!

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  22. nice n masaledar- loved the recipe and that yummy platter :)

    US Masala

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  23. SUper I always love adding pav masala to this kind of tawa pulav and yest lunch for me was the same. And the vadas looks so so yumm waiting for that post Priya. Priya ur tooo surusuruppu.. yeppadi ippadi ???

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  24. That must be really yummy - very easy too.

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  25. Rice looks great....waiting for you to post the recipe for the vadas....Delicious looking vadas..

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  26. Tats such a great combo.. I m loving the vada's here ...

    Nicest part of this menu is tat.. u dont need spl ingredients.. Its all a part of the stored containers..

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  27. elles sont très appétissantes ces boulettes
    bonne journée

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  28. when my kids ask for chicken..I put soya chunks:))
    whole some, one pot meal which is protien rich!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  29. Looks different and delicious! My family like varieties in rice preparations with soya chucnks. Soon I will try this!

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  30. A very healthy and easy recipe :-) Will surely try.. :-)

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  31. soya is my daughters fav..so i try it in different ways always..this will be great recipe to try

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  32. Wow,healthy pulav,looks so tempting.
    Waiting for tasty vadas post.

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  33. ^^ where do u get these amazing ideas dear? impressed.

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  34. This looks delicious--so different for me. That's what I like.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  35. Seriously, ur crispy vadas get more attention than the rice...Pass the plate here

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  36. I am really a fan of soya chunks and hence they are just lying in my kitchen shelf.This recipe sounds good.Will try soon :)Thanks for sharing.

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  37. Priya I love this recipe. Absolutely easy.
    Jst 1 question do you boil the soya chunks in water? I just soak them I am not too sure if that is enough though.

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