Oil: 4 tbsp
Chopped ginger and garlic : 3 tbsp
Chopped green chilli : 2 chillies
Chopped onions : 2
Red chilli powder : 1 tsp
Turmeric powder : ½ tsp
Coriander powder : 1 tbsp
Cumin powder : ½ tsp
Salt : to taste
Chopped tomatoes : 2
Boiled soya granules : 1 cup
Boiled soya chunks : ⅔ cup
Fresh coriander leaves : handful
In a non-stick kadai, heat some oil, add the chopped ginger and garlic, green chillies and chopped onions to the pan. Sweat the onions till they are slightly translucent.
To the onions, add all the dry spice powders, season to taste with salt and mix it all together.
Add some water to the pan and to that add some chopped tomatoes. Mix them together and cover them to cook for 10 minutes.
Add the boiled soya chunks and the soya granules to the prepared masala. Mix them together completely with the masala.
Add some water to adjust the thickness of the curry and finish it off with some chopped coriander leaves.
Soya chunks come in many shapes and sizes, we've used some chunks and some granules to form the curry according to our preference. You can replace them with any proportion or kind of soya you want to use.