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Monday, April 4, 2016

Veg Keema Curry




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Veg Keema Curry is a vegetarian recipe which is made with Soya Granules and peas which are cooked in spicy onion, ginger, garlic tomato based gravy and spiced with garam masala powder and other Indian spices. Sharing healthy, yummy, protein rich recipe with a stepwise pictorial guide.



In today's preparation onion is used in minced form, but to saute onion is this form is a little bit difficult task and requires good execution, so proceed this step on slow to medium heat and this procedure also needs patience as takes longer to cook compared to roughly chop onions.


Let's get started 


☑ Recipe details 

⚫Cuisine - Indian
⚫Type - Main course 
⚫Preparation time 10-15 min
⚫Cooking time 25-30 min
⚫Soya granules soak time 15-20 min


☑ Ingredients required 

⚫200 grams soya granules 
⚫50 grams peas
⚫4-5 medium size onions
⚫3-4 medium size tomatoes 
⚫3-4 green chillies 
⚫3-4 garlic cloves 
⚫1 small piece ginger
⚫3 tsp coriander powder 
⚫2-3 tsp red chili powder
⚫1 tsp turmeric powder
⚫Salt to taste
⚫2-3 tbsp cooking oil
⚫2tsp garam masala powder



☑ Method 


✔Step 1 Mise en place

◾Soya granules - soaked in hot milk or hot water for 15-20 min and then drain and press the soya granules between your hands to squeeze out any water/milk and hold it aside until called for.


◾Onion - peeled - roughly chopped and then minced.


◾Tomatoes - pureed


◾Ginger, garlic and green chillies - Make a coarse paste




✔Step 2 Cooking time

◾Heat oil in a pressure cooker, add minced onions and saute until golden brownish.



◾Add tomato puree and cook until oil leaves the sides.




◾Add ginger, garlic and green chilly paste and cook for 2-3 minutes.


◾Add soya granules and peas and cook again for 2-3 minutes.




◾Add all the dry ingredients i.e. coriander powder, turmeric powder, garam masala powder, red chilly powder and salt to taste. Mix it very well.




◾Add water, cover the cooker with lid and allow 3-4 whistles.



◾Our Keema curry is ready to dish out. Serve hot with steamed rice, naan or with bread slices or Pav.





29 comments:

  1. Delicious!! will try it very soon:)

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  2. What a lovely color and flavorful recipe dear. Loved it!

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  3. drooling over the curry...visit my page too

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  4. Looks delicious.. color looks appealing. Good attempt

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  5. Great substitute and protein filled curry. Will try it out soon.

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  6. Mmmmm, veg keema curry? I just love the stunning color of this curry! Looks awesome. I just had a curry out a week or two ago but haven’t made it at home in quite awhile, and I can't wait anymore. So, I am making this keema tomorrow!

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  7. I am definite;y going to try this Deepa... loved the redilicious curry colour....

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  8. Only one word to this recipe - FABULOUS

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  9. This looks yummy. I'm definitely trying them in the weekend :)

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  10. Awesome recipe, actually never seen vegan keema version

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  11. Hi, can i use soaked and minced soya chunks instead of soya granules.

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  12. Hi,
    Can I use soaked and minced soya chunks for this.

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    1. Yes, if you don't have soya granules, and want to go ahead with chunks.. So first pulse them in your mixer grinder jar for 8-10 seconds.. as we don't want powdered chunks and then follow soaking process.

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    2. Thanks for rply. this is easiest recipe I have seen. Actually I am searching for easy recipes for my TO be Husband (trying to impress him....)and found this recipe(lucky)....pls suggest some other recipes if you can.
      Thanks in adavace.

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    3. Thank you so much friend for this lovely comment. Do you have any specific recipe in your mind to ask.. i would love to help you.. My all recipes are very simple and easy to make and the best part, all ingredients are available in our kitchen... so it becomes very easy to follow.. Dabeli is one recipe, which i want you to try as not only healthy but very tasty and your family will surely going to love it.

      https://vegindiangoodfood.blogspot.in/2016/09/dabeli.html
      Recipe link

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    4. Hey..thnk for prompt rply.... and thanks for that link.....right now I m going through all your older posts and checking for some rice recipe which I can go with veg keema...if I get stuck anywhere i'll let you know.

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    5. For this recipe the best suited rice are simple steamed rice.. And we also enjoy this with pav.

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    6. Thanks friend. Please free to ask..

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    7. Hey.... Tried this recipe...turned out great.....My father asked me to do it again, but he asked me to skip red chilly powder, increase some green chilies (he likes spicy food) and add some Mutton masala. let me tell you it was awesome. Thanks once again for this recipe. And pls help me with any chutany which can go with Oats dosa. I am getting bored of regular coconut chutany

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    8. Hey,
      Good to see you back with this lovely feedback.๐Ÿ‘ Very much appreciated.๐Ÿ˜Š๐ŸŒท๐Ÿ‘

      Very recently posted dosa chutney, Try that, I'm sure you'll going to love that..

      Refer this - Chutney recipes
      https://plus.google.com/collection/g02cW

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    9. Wow, Addition of Mutton Masala sounds great... My family prefers less spicy food so i normally add kashmiri red chilly powder just to give beautiful color and less spicy compared to normal red chilly ppwder... Addition of green chilies is actually great thought..๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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    10. Thanks for that link and noted down two chutney recipes, I want that Tomato chutney's recipe which small idli wala's have (actually asked my regular idli wala hundred time for recipe, he is mum on it), do you know about it, pls let me know.

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    11. I'm not very sure but based on taste, i guess... Tomato chutney - red chutney - i guess prepared with masoor dal, roasted chana dal, red chily powder and tomatoes.. but will surely find out more on this and keep you posted .

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  13. Keema out of veggies so new , love the texture of the gravy .. Definitely gonna keep my hands on this recipe soon...

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    1. This recipe was religiously cooked in our house in school days.. Mom used to add both forms of soya in this vegetable... i.e granules as well as chunks... I believe this is best source of protein for vegetarian people.. Thank you so much dear.

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  14. It's excellent, Delicious and perfect to go on with roti...

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  15. Cant Take my eyes of your photos.... Mouthwatering.. Simply superb recipe... Bookmarking...

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    1. Thank you so much dear for this lovely comment..

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