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Soy day TM Gujia

Soy day TM Gujia

(High Protein/Low Fat/Vegetarian)

Portion size: 2 pieces

Serves: 3

Cooking time: 20-25 mins.


Refined wheat flour/maida 60g/1/2cup

Ghee 10g/2 teaspoons

Cold water 30ml/2 Tablespoons

For filling

Soy day™ granules 30g

Khoa (crumbled) 30g

Semolina/ Suji (roasted) 10g

Desiccated coconut 15g/1 Tablespoon

Chopped nuts (dry fruit) 1 Tablespoon

Sugar 20g/ 4 teaspoons

Syrup for coating (optional)

Sugar 50g/3 Tablespons

Water ½ cup

Take maida in a plate, add melted ghee and mix lightly with fingertips. Add water, little at a time to ensure uniform hydration.
Make stiff dough.
Soak Soy day™ granules in plain water for 5 mins. Drain well.
Prepare the filling by cooking khoa. Soy day™ granules for few minutes, turn off the flame and add roasted suji, desiccated coconut and dry fruit. Mix well, add sugar.
Make six little balls out of the dough and roll into small thin rounds (puri). Divide filling into six equal portions.
Add one portion of khoa mixture in the center of each puri. Moisten the edges with little thick maida paste and fold into a semicircle. Press the edges together firmly. Crimp the edges by hand or use a Gujia mould.
Deep fry to a golden colour on very slow heat.
Make sugar syrup by heating water and sugar together to one thread consistency. Dip the Gujias in this syrup.
Enjoy deliciours power packed Gujias.

Soy day™ Thai Chaat

Portion size: 1 Bowl

Serve: 4

Cooking time: 25-30 minutes


Soy day™ chunks 40g

French beans (chopped) 60g/13 medium

Cucumber (thin rectangles) 50g/ 1 small

Cottage cheese (thin rectangle) 40g

Tomato (long thin strips) 25g/1/2 medium

Mint leaves (chopped) 15g/1 Tablespoon

Butter 5g/ 1 teaspoon

Peanut sauce

Peanuts 30g/ 3 Tablespoons

Red chilli powder 11/2 teaspoons

Sugar 2 Tablespoons

Soy sauce 1 Tablespoon

Garlic mince 1 Tablespoon

Salt ½ teaspoon to taste

Lime juice 3 Tablespoons

Water 3 Tablespoons

Soak Soy day™ chunks in plain water for 5 minutes. Drain well.
Heat water in a pan, add Soy day™ chunks and French beans. Cook for 3-5 minutes.
For peanut sauce, grind coarsely all ingredients in a grinder to make peanut sauce.
Coat the Soy day™ chunks and French beans with 3 Tablespoons of peanut sauce. Keep aside for 5 minutes.
Grill the cottage cheese using little butter.
Mix the cottage cheese, cucumber, tomato, French beans and Soy day™ chunks and toss with remaining peanut sauce.
Finish with mint leaves.
Chill and serve.


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