Try this keema matter with a vegetarian twist! Check out the recipe below:
Oil 2 cups – Soya granules Water ½ tsp – Caraway seeds 4 – Cloves 1 – small cinnamon stick 2 – Black cardamom
Two green cardamom ¼ – Grated nutmeg 1 – Mace 1 – Bay leaf ½ cup – Chopped onions ½ tsp – Black pepper 1 tsp – Chopped green chillies
Chopped coriander leaves 1 tsp – Red chilli powder 1 tsp – Coriander powder 1 tsp – Garam masala ½ tsp – Cumin powder
2 tbsp – Ginger garlic paste 2 tbsp – Yoghurt 2 tbsp – Tomato puree Salt to taste 1 cup – Peas
In a bowl, take two cups of water and soak two cups of soya granules until soft. Meanwhile, finely chop onions and fry them until brown. Once done, make a paste and keep it aside. Place a pan on medium-low heat and pour four tablespoons of oil into it.
Once it heats a little, add the whole spices. To this, add chopped onions and cook until golden. Next, add chopped green chilies and half a teaspoon of black pepper. Stir and add ginger garlic paste. Now add a teaspoon of red chilli powder and coriander powder along with half a teaspoon of cumin powder.
Stir nicely and cook for a few minutes. Add another teaspoon of garam masala powder. Add two tablespoons of water to make it a bit runny. Once it turns brown, add two tablespoons of yoghurt.
Once everything is cooked, add the brown onion paste to the mixture and let it cook until it turns fragrant! Add tomato puree and stir nicely. Finally, add the soaked soya granules and peas, mix and cook for 10 minutes. Add salt to taste.
If it gets too dry, add a bit of water and cook again for 10-12 minutes. Garnish with chopped coriander and serve hot!
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