No matter what you do or how much you try., this gap between lunch and dinner tends to get the better of us and make us order all possible junk food around. Chips, pastries, patties, cola, are some of our evening staples. We indulge in them despite knowing how detrimental they could be for us in the long run. We are often too hesitant to go to the kitchen and try something new, let alone attempting to make it healthy. What if we tell you, you can achieve both of these feats without much trouble. Master Chef Pankaj Bhadoria shared her recipe of soya Manchurian balls with us and we are obsessed by all means.
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Soybean or soya is dubbed as one of the best sources of alternative protein. Non-meat eaters often find it hard to make up for their daily protein intake. Soya bean could be an excellent substitute for them. Once cooked soya bean gets this interesting chewy texture that is almost meat-like. Which is why even for people who are transitioning from non-vegetarian diet to a vegan diet, soya bean is one of the preferred foods. It is also a good thing that soya bean is so versatile, you can make an endless number of snacks using soya bean. Protein is called the building block of life, it is crucial to carry out many bodily functions. It also helps build muscle and aid muscle recovery after a workout. Protein is also an essential component of many traditional and modern weight-loss diets. Protein helps fill you up. If you feel full, your chances of leaning towards junk food reduce a fair amount. When you eat wisely and in controlled portions, you also lose weight quickly.
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This chunky and mazing recipe uses the goodness of easily available ingredients like soya beam tomato ketchup, ginger, garlic, soya sauce, uncooked rice. Here is the step-by-step recipe of soya Manchurian porcupine.
Try it at home and let us know how you liked it.
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.