Soybean (or soy) is the richest plant source of protein available. The soy protein is of the highest quality among all legumes and equivalent to that of milk or meat protein. Besides this, every serving of soybean contain at least 8 grams of dietary fibres and substantial amount of other micronutrients iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, omega-3 fats and Vitamin A, B and D. Soy foods if used smartly, contribute significantly toward meeting the daily protein requirement of the body.
Soya Chilli is a variation to the veg manchurian dish. Proteinacious soyabean nuggets coated with a tangy gravy made from tomato sauce and soya sauce is a delicious starter.
Soyabean Halwa is a delicious dessert and a smart way to use soy food to fulfill the daily protein requirement of the body. This protein rich dessert dish is made primarily from soyabean seeds, milk and ghee which are readily available in most household.
The goodness of soy protein is known to any one. So, here we present to you a resipe to make soya chaap sticks at home. Soya chaap is very famous and loved especially by vegans. These sticks are generally available in frozen food stores and grocery stores. But, with this recipe you can make them in yourself and store in refrigerator for a weeks time.
One of the best ways of incorporating soybean or soy in our daily diet is in the form of soybean milk or soy milk. Lower in calories and richer in nutrients, soybean milk or soy milk is a great substitute for cow milk or dairy milk.
Tofu is used for making varied dishes and is a key ingredients of many cuisines like Ladakhi food, Chinese and Korean cuisine and East Asian cuisine. Tofu has a low calorie count and relatively large amounts of protein along with iron, calcium and magnesium.