Make Protein-Rich Soya Keema Paratha For A Hearty And Healthy Meal

Heres the recipe of soya keema paratha that you must try at home.

Neha Grover  |  Updated: August 21, 2019 16:20 IST

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Make Protein-Rich Soya Keema Paratha For A Hearty And Healthy Meal

Soya keema paratha recipe

Highlights
  • This paratha is made of mashed soya chunks
  • Soya is an extremely rich source of proteins
  • Here is an easy recipe to make soya keema paratha at home

Nothing whets our appetite quite like a rich, stuffed paratha. The quintessential Indian breakfast food enjoys a special spot in everyone's heart. The popularity and ubiquity of parathas rest largely on their versatility. Parathas can be suffused with anything you like and you can fix a heart-filling meal for yourself even with leftover sabzi or dal. There are already n number of parathas you can make; and to expand the list a bit more, here's a paratha that adds an element of healthfulness by loading up on proteins. This recipe ropes in the meal of protein-rich soya keema sabzi and creates a unique, mind-blowing soya keema paratha that you will absolutely love.

Soya is an extremely rich source of proteins. Proteins energise the body and keep the stomach feeling full. That's why, this nutrient is consumed in large quantities by people wanting to lose weight. Soya is also recommended to be eaten for hair growth. Soya keema is a fairly popular meal, which is made by mashing soya chunks or granules and cooking it in an onion-based gravy. How this delish meal is turned into a paratha is just fascinating. Here's the recipe of soya keema paratha that you must try at home. 

(Also Read: 5 Best Protein-Rich Parathas)

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Soya Keema

Soya Keema Paratha Recipe –

Ingredients –

1 cup soya chunks/soya granules

1 cup wheat flour

2 onions

1 teaspoon ginger-garlic paste

1 green chilli, slit

Salt and red chilli powder to taste

1 teaspoon garam masala powder

1 teaspoon coriander powder

Half cup milk



Method –

1. Soak soya chunks or granules in milk for one hour.

2. Once soya wilts and also rises, squeeze out excess milk and grind it to make a paste.

3. Heat oil in a pan and saute onions and ginger-garlic paste.

4. Add all other spices, little water and keema, and cook it for 2-3 minutes.

5. Use this sabzi as a stuffing for your paratha.



(Also Read: 7 Healthy Paratha Fillings)

Serve this stuffed paratha with any chutney or achaar of your choice and enjoy a lavish and nutritious meal with your family.



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