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How to cook Soya Chunks | How to Prepare Meal Maker for Recipes

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Soya chunks are quick and easy to cook. Amazingly soya chunks have protein content equal to that of the meat and contain no fat. They are nutritious meat extender made from defatted soy flour, a by-product of extracting soybean oil. The protein or any other nutrient in granules and chunks is not lost on washing them or by throwing away the water in which they are soaked.

Health benefits of Soya chunks | meal maker

Soya beans are an excellent source of high protein and fibrous food. After the extraction of soya milk, the soya chunks act as soya meal maker. 50% of the vegetable protein from the soya bean is a good fiber food enabling easy digestion and bowl movement. Soya Chunks contain 54.2 grams of protein, which exceeds the amount of protein found in meats, eggs, milk and wheat. Soy protein contains all the amino acids needed by the body, and is an excellent replacement for meat-based proteins.

  • Soya beans are an excellent source of high protein and fibrous food. After the extraction of soya milk, the soya chunks act as soya meal maker.
  • 50% of the vegetable protein from the soya bean is a good fiber food enabling easy digestion and bowl movement.
  • Soya Chunks contain 54.2 grams of protein, which exceeds the amount of protein found in meats, eggs, milk and wheat.
  • Soy protein contains all the amino acids needed by the body, and is an excellent replacement for meat-based proteins.
  • Soy is high in fiber, which is known to benefit cholesterol levels, and can indirectly lower cholesterol by replacing fatty animal proteins in the diet.
  • Soy protein in general is rich in B vitamins and Omega-3 fatty acids, which are thought to benefit many aspects of health.
  • Soya Chunks contain 533 milligrams of calcium and 21.2 grams of iron. Whole soy foods also are a good source of fiber, B vitamins, calcium, and omega-3 fatty acids.

I used to get many queries regarding the preparation of soya chunks. So I would like to share the step by step method of cooking soya chunks. Feel free to share your ways of cooking chunks also.

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How to cook Soya Chunks | How to Prepare Meal Maker for Recipes

Ingredients


2 cup of soya chunks(meal maker)
4 cup of water

Method


1.Take water in a sauce pan.
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2.Bring to boil
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3.Add soya chunks and turn off the flame.Keep aside for 10 minutes.
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4.Squeeze off the extra water from chunks.
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5.Now you can use as per your wish. Here I am going to make soya keema. So add the chunks to small grinder.
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6.Crush it for 1-2 seconds. I made Soya keema masala with this.
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Note:

  • You can also add 1 cup of milk along with water if you don’t like the smell of soya chunks (3 cup of water and 1 cup of milk)

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