'Soya Manchurian' is not less than Paneer, Cabbage in any case, which can also be tried at home
For how many people : 3
Soya chunks - 2 cups, water - 4 cups, flour - 1/4 cup, ginger-garlic paste - 1 tsp, cornflour - 2 tbsp, black salt - as per taste, refined oil - 1.5 cups
For Manchurian Gravy
Refined oil - 4 tbsp, Chopped garlic - 2 tbsp, Finely chopped ginger - 1 tbsp, Small onion - 1/2 cup, Green chili - 1 tbsp, Chopped capsicum - 1/2 cup, White vinegar - 1 tbsp, Soy Sauce - 1 tbsp, Chili Sauce - 2 tbsp, Tomato Ketchup - 2 tbsp, Salt - as per taste, Water - 1 cup, Green Onion chopped - 1 tbsp
- Put salt in water in a pan and keep it for boiling. Put soya chunks in it and let it become soft, then squeeze the water out of it and keep it on a separate plate. If there are soya chunks of very big size, then divide them into two parts.
- Now in a bowl add all-purpose flour, cornflour, salt, chili, ginger-garlic paste, and soya chunks and mix it well. So that the coating is applied to the soya.
- Now heat oil in a pan and fry soya chunks in it.
- For Manchurian Gravy, heat oil in a pan. Add the tempering to it with ginger, garlic, green chilies. Keep in mind that it should not burn or else the whole taste will be spoiled.
- After this, add capsicum, soy sauce, chili sauce, tomato sauce, and vinegar and cook for 1-2 minutes. Vegetables should not be overcooked.
- Add a cup of water and salt to it and cook for two minutes.
- When the gravy becomes a little thick, add soya chunks and cook for another 2 minutes.
- Your soya Manchurian is ready, add chopped green onions to it before garnishing.
- It can be served with fried rice or noodles.