100% Vegetarian Soya Kabab

1 Cup Soya chunks
2 Tbsp Each Corn flour (Corn Starch) / Maida (All purpose flour)
1/2 Cup Yogurt 
1 Tbsp Tandoori chicken masala
1 Tbsp Red chilly powder
1/2 Tsp Turmeric powder
1 Tsp Coriander powder
1 Tbsp Ginger & Garlic paste
1 Tbsp Vinegar 
1 Pinch orange food color (optional)
1 Tbsp Coarse salt
Oil for frying 
Salt to taste.

Before :
  1. Heat water in a pot about 6 cups water add vinegar, coarse salt and soya boil for 15 mins till soya chunks has cooked well switch off the flame and allow the soya to sit in the same water for 20 more mins.(Vinegar helps remove odd flavor from soya chunks )
  2. Drain the soya and rinse twice in running water drain. squeeze out the water from soya chunks and reserve in a bowl.
  3. Add ginger and garlic paste to the soya chunks along with yogurt, tandoori masala, chilly powder, turmeric, salt and food color mix all the ingerdients well in the soya cover and allow to marinate in fridge for 1 hour.  
  • Remove soya from fridge bring to room temp add the corn flour and maida mix and mix well (you can also use besan and rice flour if you dont like corn and maida combo)
  • Heat oil in a wok and start frying the soya drain and garnish with coriander and chat masala serve hot with lime wedge...Enjoy...:)

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I've also done detail video demo do watch try it your self and post your comments...:)


  1. I like it. It's nice to see in video format, so that i can see very clear how much ingredients you are adding. keep uploading..

  2. your rite its always better to show the amount what i use some people just like to take down written info some like to watch demo its better to have both hope you enjoyed...thanks for comment...<3

  3. Hi, I came across your blog through veena'skitchen.blogspot.com while browsin for some interestin appetizer recipe. The minute I saw this recipe I fell in love and made it right away. Needless to say it turned out very delicious. Then again I made this recipe for a party for 40 ppl and again this recipe did it's magic and I got rave reviews... Thanks for sharing the recipe and hoping to try out some more recipes in near future. I did spread a word mouth abt ur wonderful blog... Thanks once again... Pls keep post in such interesting recipe !!!

  4. Thank you so much...sure will post nice recipes and easy to do...do follow my blog...:)

  5. Thanks for my above comment ... I am always lookin out for nice appetizer recipes(such as soya kabab one like) and interesting gravy recipe to along with rice/roti.. I will next try you gulab jamun and egg seekh kabab recipe ... i'll will give u my feedback... thanks once again for sharin such awesome recipes :)

  6. sure do try the recipes out for the gulab jamun kofta curry do add cashewnut paste and bit of cream to the gravy its nice tasty and gives a rich taste...the plain gravy which i prepared is good for pulao...for the egg kabab do add a bit of potato mash and bit of bread crumbs if your going to fry the kabab like me if your going to bake or grill then you can follow the recipe for grill i did not like the deep frying method for the recipe...thanks love...:)

  7. marvalous dish for veggies.

  8. This is very delicious, i have to eat this item at my friend house its really amazing and beautiful in taste. Looking nice and informative blog thanks for sharing it restaurant near venkateshwar college



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