We all will probably agree to the fact that soya nuggets are the best veg alternative for chicken. Due to its moist, juicy and chewy texture, soya nuggets are extensively used to whip up a vegetarian version of any chicken-based recipe. From soya masala to soya keema- we find a number of veg recipes that taste as delicious as any chicken recipe. Besides its utility in the world of cooking, soya nuggets are also credited for being a storehouse of protein, fibre (just like chicken) and several other nutrients that make for a healthy food ingredient to include in any healthy diet regime. It not only balances your meal pattern but also helps you keep full for long.
We bring you one such lip-smacking soya nugget-based dish, which will instantly remind you of dry chilli chicken from your favourite Chinese joint in the town. One of the most popular desi Chinese food for all, dry chilli chicken can make anyone slurp. Likewise, a bowl of chilli soya nugget can be a show-stealer for anyone who is looking for veg options to relish.
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How To Make Chilli Soya Nuggets | Chilli Soya Nuggets Recipe:
Chilli soya nuggets are easy to prepare and make a protein-packed meal for all. All you need to do is spare 15 minutes to put together a wholesome bowl of chilli soya nuggets. For this particular recipe, we need soya nuggets, spring onion, salt, soya sauce, vinegar, green chillies and ginger-garlic paste. Let's find out the recipe:
Step 1. Add salt, ginger-garlic paste and mix well. Keep aside.
Step 2. Heat oil in a kadhai and add spring onions and green chillies to it and saute.
Step 3. Add the marinated soya nuggets to the kadhai.
Step 4. Add salt, vinegar and soya sauce and cook well for 5 minutes till the chilli soya nuggets get dried.
Step 5. Sprinkle some spring onion on the chilli soya nuggets and serve.
Watch the step-by-step recipe video in the header.
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