Soya Chaap is the most loved snack in Northern India. Be it tandoori soya chaap, malai soya chaap and many more – such a versatile ingredient. Similarly, it has a tendency to absorb the flavours of the gravy, therefore we have got you some awesome dinner ideas using Soya Chaap that can be cooked in restaurant-style in a span of minutes! No hassle of jotting down the lengthy recipes, collecting multiple ingredients…all you need to grab is your favourite gravies from ChefBoss and cook whatever and whenever you wish to! Here are 3 restaurant-style soya chaap recipes that you can cook as dinner.
1. Hyderabadi Soya Chaap
There is no other delicious combo like soya chaap cooked in aromatic Hyderabadi Gravy. But cooking Hyderabadi gravy is another task! Task of planning multiple ingredients, cooking it for hours etc…so here’s a quick recipe of restaurant-style Hyderabadi Soya Chaap.
Take 5-6 soya chaaps and cut them diagonally each into 3 pieces. Now, in a kadhai, heat 3 tbsps of oil. Add soya chaap to oil. Allow them to shallow fry for 2 minutes. Make sure they are sautéed on all the sides. Once the soya chaaps turn golden brown, pour the entire pack of ChefBoss Hyderabadi Biryani Paste and 50 ml of water. Give it a good stir and allow the gravy to cook for another 4-5 minutes on a low flame. Once the gravy gets a good consistency and thickens, add 1 tbsp of fresh cream. Mix it well. Switch the flame off. Garnish it with ginger juliennes and freshly chopped coriander leaves.
Hyderabadi Soya Chaap is ready! Enjoy it with hot garlic naan and vegetable biryani.
2. Soya Chaap Masala
Delicious soya chaap cooked in spicy onion-garlic-tomato gravy with piping hot desi ghee paranthas is the only thing you crave for weekend dinners. Let’s give you a 3-step easy recipe of Soya Chaap Masala that gets cooked within minutes.
Heat 2 tbsps of oil in a kadhai. Add diagonally sliced soya chaap to the heated oil. Shallow fry it for 2-minutes until it turns golden brown. Pour the entire pack of ChefBoss Bhuna Gravy and a cup of water to it. Allow the gravy to cook for 3-4 minutes on a medium flame. Once the gravy gets cooked completely, turn the flame off. Garnish it with finely chopped coriander leaves and ginger juliennes.
Soya Chaap Masala is ready! Serve it alongside butter naan or paranthas. Enjoy the meal.
3. Soya Chaap Butter Masala
Bored of Paneer butter masala or butter chicken? Why not try soya chaap cooked in creamy buttery gravy? So, here’s a super-easy and delicious Soya Chaap butter masala recipe that gets ready in no-time with the same authentic restaurant-style flavours.
Let’s get started…
In a kadhai, heat 2 tbsp of butter. Add the chopped soya chaaps to the heated butter. Sauté it for 2-3 minutes until the chaaps turn golden brown. Pour the entire pack of ChefBoss Makhani Gravy and a cup of water to it. Give it a good stir and allow the gravy to cook on a medium flame for 3-4 minutes. Once the gravy gets a good consistency, add 1 tbsp of butter, 1 tbsp of fresh cream and 1 teaspoon of kasoori methi. Give it a good stir for a about minute. Turn the flame off. Garnish it with freshly chopped coriander leaves.
Soya Chaap Butter Masala is ready! Serve it hot with Lachcha Paranthas and diced onions.
Who knew Soya Chaap can be given so many delicious transformations, not just as a snack option but as a main course too in multiple gravies. The best part about these recipes is – they do not involve any extra effort, just grab any of our ready-to-cook gravies and pastes, add your favourite ingredient (paneer/chicken/soya chaap) and boom! It’s done! So, all your favourites from the restaurant’s menu can be cooked at home in just 10-minutes. Don’t miss out to bring the best of flavours from the range of ChefBoss and proudly say #IAmChefBoss.