Soya chunks curry without potato

Tried Soya chunks curry for the first time. Generally i add boiled potato in the gravy. I never knew how to make Soya chunks without potato. Thanks to some random cooking video, now i know how to make Soya chunks without adding potato in it. If you want to know how i prepared then scroll down to see the recipe.

Soya chunks curry served with chapati, chili tawa fry, and cucumber.

Time to prepare: 30 – 45 mins


  1. Soya chunks 
  2. Onions
  3. Tomatoes
  4. Green chillies 
  5. Ginger
  6. Garlic cloves
  7. Turmeric powder
  8. Coriander powder
  9. Cumin powder
  10. Cumin
  11. Salt (as per the taste)
  12. Vegetable oil 

How to prepare:

  1. Take a pan, put some oil and allow it to heat. Add Soya chunks in the pan and fry. (Do not deep fry. Slim fry it.)
  2. Take out the Soya chunks and dip it in a bowl full of water (normal room temperature water)
  3. Chop onions (slightly big pieces will also do)
  4. Chop tomatoes (slightly big pieces will also do)
  5. Chop Green chillies
  6. Cut Ginger in 3-4 pieces
  7. Clean the Garlic cloves and cut it into two.
  8. Take a pan and put some oil in it. 
  9. Once the oil becomes hot, add cumin. Let the flavor of cumin come.
  10. Now add chopped onions, green chillies. Sauté it well. 
  11. Add Ginger and Garlic cloves. Cook this till the onions becomes little soft and translucent.
  12. Add chopped tomatoes in it. Mix it well.
  13. When the tomatoes and onions becomes mushy, add turmeric, red chilly, coriander and cumin powder. Mix everything well and cover the pan with a lid. 
  14. Add half a cup of water to the pan, mix it well and cover the pan with a lid.
  15. Keep checking the mixture in the pan at regular intervals. And keep mashing the mixture to make it somewhat smooth (optional)
  16. Once the mixture gets cooked well, keep it aside to cool down.
  17. Once the mixture cools down put it in a blender and blend it well. Add some water in the blender before blending. 
  18. Take a pan, put some oil in it and add this mixture. 
  19. Once the gravy starts thickening, you will see bubbles in it, add the Soya chunks to it. [Do not squeeze the soya chunks to take out excess water.]
  20. Check the salt in the gravy, if required add some. 
  21. Once the gravy becomes little thick, turn off the gas. 
  22. Serve hot with Steamed Rice / Poori / Chapati. I had it with chapati.

Do let me know in the comment how did you like the recipe and if you tried.

Next Monday i’ll be back with a new recipe. 🙂