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2004/02/23 05:53:11 (permalink)
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My Recipe


From now on I will post recipes which I usually eat. Here is the first one.
This is made totally by me.

Soya Bean Usal - Recipe by bepositiveplus
Ingredients:

Soya bean 100gms
1 Chopped Onion
1 Chopped Potato
Curd 3 tbsp
Musterd Seeds 1 pinch
Asaphoetida 1 pinch
Turmeric Powder 1 pinch
Water 1.5 Cups
1 tsp Sugar
Salt to taste
Oil 1 tsp
Chilli powder.
Chopped coriander & Grated Coconut to garnish

Method:

Soak Soyabeans for 12 hrs.

Heat oil in a pan. When oil is heated, lower the flame and put musterd seeds,
asaphoetida. Mix well. Put Onion and Potato. Add turmeric powder, mix well
and cover with a lid. Heat for 2 mins.

Add soyabeans and water. Saute well. Put sugar and chilli powder. Mix well.
Cook coverd with a lid for 10 mins. Add Curd and saute well. Add salt to taste. And cook for another 7-8 mins.

Serve hot with rice to make up a complete meal.(In India we eat it with Roti,
which is a dish made from wheat.)

I am sure you will like this item. More will be posted soon.
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    pete66
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    RE: My Recipe 2004/02/23 20:58:22 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by bepositiveplus


    From now on I will post recipes which I usually eat. Here is the first one.
    This is made totally by me.

    Soya Bean Usal - Recipe by bepositiveplus
    Ingredients:

    Soya bean 100gms
    1 Chopped Onion
    1 Chopped Potato
    Curd 3 tbsp
    Musterd Seeds 1 pinch
    Asaphoetida 1 pinch
    Turmeric Powder 1 pinch
    Water 1.5 Cups
    1 tsp Sugar
    Salt to taste
    Oil 1 tsp
    Chilli powder.
    Chopped coriander & Grated Coconut to garnish

    Method:

    Soak Soyabeans for 12 hrs.

    Heat oil in a pan. When oil is heated, lower the flame and put musterd seeds,
    asaphoetida. Mix well. Put Onion and Potato. Add turmeric powder, mix well
    and cover with a lid. Heat for 2 mins.

    Add soyabeans and water. Saute well. Put sugar and chilli powder. Mix well.
    Cook coverd with a lid for 10 mins. Add Curd and saute well. Add salt to taste. And cook for another 7-8 mins.

    Serve hot with rice to make up a complete meal.(In India we eat it with Roti,
    which is a dish made from wheat.)

    I am sure you will like this item. More will be posted soon.

    how much protein is in this, 1 cup of soybeans around 22g right? looks quite nice tbh, tho the ingredients will be a bloody pain, i await with interest ur next posts
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    kinkymisspinky
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    RE: My Recipe 2004/02/23 21:57:15 (permalink)
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    in my experience presoaked dried soya beans take longer than 17-18mins to cook, can't remember exactly how long but it was more like 2 hours simmering.
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    RE: My Recipe 2004/02/24 03:10:25 (permalink)
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    i have soya beans in a can that are already cooked...the thing is that i dont really like the taste and dont no how to "hide" the taste. will this recipe help cover the bad taste, or if anybody knows any others???
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    RE: My Recipe 2004/02/24 06:03:00 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by youngitalianbabe

    i have soya beans in a can that are already cooked...the thing is that i dont really like the taste and dont no how to "hide" the taste. will this recipe help cover the bad taste, or if anybody knows any others???

    tbh if i dont like the taste of something i just dont eat it simple as that, must u eat them? just have other protein source, much easier
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    RE: My Recipe 2004/02/24 20:56:59 (permalink)
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    YIB - are you veggie? i grew up eating soya everything so its all yummy to me... i've never really tried cooking them in a 'western' way (does that sound weird?) but i would imagine you could pretty much use them interchangeably with any pulse. maybe try browning off some onions and garlic, adding the beans, some veggies, stock, tomato puree, chilli etc etc and simmering for a bit? rinsing them several times might help...

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    RE: My Recipe 2004/02/24 22:04:25 (permalink)
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    yeah pete...it would be easier...but the thing is, no one in this house will eat them, and i was the one that drove my mom crazy to buy them...so im kind of stuck with them, lol...

    anyways...Kinky...i like the sound of ur little recipe thing...so ill try that....im not a veggie, i just wanted to try them because i like the dried ones (the crunchy ones u just eat like that, lol) so i thought i would like these, but i didnt, at least not by themselves...
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    RE: My Recipe 2004/02/24 22:38:38 (permalink)
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    quote:
    Originally posted by youngitalianbabe

    yeah pete...it would be easier...but the thing is, no one in this house will eat them, and i was the one that drove my mom crazy to buy them...so im kind of stuck with them, lol...

    anyways...Kinky...i like the sound of ur little recipe thing...so ill try that....im not a veggie, i just wanted to try them because i like the dried ones (the crunchy ones u just eat like that, lol) so i thought i would like these, but i didnt, at least not by themselves...

    tbh ive never had soy beans b4, might give em a go sometime
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    RE: My Recipe 2004/02/25 07:15:28 (permalink)
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    Ya they take a little longer. I was assuming that u all will pressure cook them in a pressure cooker for 5 mins b4 preparing. It would be fast. Sorry that I didnt mention it. But the recipe tastes amazing. Once Soyabeans are processed properly they dont taste bad at all. We all must try them. Only the soaking time bores me.

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    RE: My Recipe 2004/02/28 14:09:21 (permalink)
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    youngitalianbabe - if you don't like the flavour of soyabeans make sure you cook them with a strongly flavoured sauce. i like lamb and bean stews, usually use chickpeas or haricots but see no reason why soyabeans couldn't be substituted.

    bepositive - the pressure cooking is definitely a important as improperly cooked soyabeans can cause all kinds of stomach upsets.
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