Serves: Four (4)
- Soya Chunks: 150 grams (boiled in hot water for 10 minutes, transfer it to cool water and squeeze the water out and keep it aside)
- Garlic: At least 5 to 6 pods crushed well.
- Onion: 3 no’s Julian cut
- Dry Mint: 2 teaspoons (fine cut of fresh mint can be used)
- Olive Oil: 5 to 6 tablespoon (you can substitute with vegetable oil)
- Salt: As per taste
- Water: As per requirement
- Coriander leaves: fine chop for garnishing
♦ Marinating process:
- Ensure the soya chunks are well squeezed and dried, put them in a bowl.
- Add 3 tablespoons of olive to the chunks alongwith salt and mix well
- Add dry mint now alongwith crushed garlic cloves
- Mix well and keep it for 30 minutes
♦ Taste enhancer (optional):
- You can add red chilli powder, cumin (jeera) powder, garam masala.
- Heat the remaining oil in a pot on medium to low flame.
- Add the mixture to the pan and stir it well (if you want you can add cumin & chilli powder now)
- Add water to it and cover the pan.
- Let it cook, in between stir as well as check the level of water.
- Once cooked i.e. it can be cut into pieces easily, switch off the gas stove
- Garnish it with coriander leaves and if you want you can add garam masala before serving.
Serve it with khaboos or chapattis or steam rice.