Friday, 10 August 2012



  • Soyabean champ-300 grams (10-12 sticks)
  • Tomatoes-5-6 medium sized
  • Cream-4 tablespoons
  • Red chilli powder-1/2 teaspoon
  • Kasoori methi-1 teaspoon
  • Salt to taste
  • Turmeric powder-1/2 teaspoon
  • Coriander powder-1/2 teaspoon
  • Asafoetida-a pinch
  • Cumin seeds (jeera)-1/2 teaspoon
  • Ginger sliced-1/2 inch
  • Green chillies-2
  • Garam masala powder-1/4 teaspoon
  • Oil-2 tablespoons

  • Remove the sticks from the soyabean champ.

  • Add them to the boiling hot water & boil for 2 minutes.
  • Then, drain out the excess water & allow them to dry for around 10-15 minutes.

  • Cut the champ into small pieces & arrange them on the roasting sticks provided with the oven.

  • Roast them in the oven at 250 degrees celsius for around 10-15 minutes or until brown.

  • Once roasted, keep them aside.
  • Next, heat oil in a pan.
  • Add asafoetida & cumin seeds (jeera).
  • As they crackle, add ginger.
  • As ginger turns golden, add the turmeric powder.

  • Next, add the sliced tomatoes & the green chillies.

  • Fry the tomatoes till they are half cooked.
  • Once they are half cooked, turn off the flame & allow the mixture to cool down.
  • Once the mixture cools down, grind it to a fine paste in a mixer grinder.
  • Then, pour it back to the pan & turn on the flame.
  • As the mixture starts leaving oil, add red chilli powder, salt, kasoori methi & coriander powder & mix well.

  • To this masala, add the roasted soyabean champ & fry them together for around 2 minutes.

  • Add 2 cups water to make gravy.

  • Bring it to a good boil & lower the flame & cover the pan with a lid till the water gets almost half of what was originally added.
  • Then, add cream on a low flame & allow it to get cooked on a low flame till a thick gravy is formed.
  • Add the garam masala powder at the end & mix well.
  • Malai soyabean champ is ready to serve.

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preeti garg said...

Awesome recipe.... Thanks for the link this recipe with my ongoing event
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Kitchen Queen said...

where we do find this thing? i never seen it in US?


It is available at shops where dairy products like milk, paneer & fresh butter are available...

Unknown said...

is it available in Edmonton,Alberta please tell me

Anonymous said...

can u plz tell me that from where i can get these in mumbai ? i have searchd a lot but couldn't get the place. so will u plz suggest me a way out?

harvinder singh Sihotra said...

you can get it from jammu (India), soya Champ is famous in jammu.

Sonali Bhaumik said...

I have tried and made a delicious Soya Manchurian dish. Please check the video and prepare it in your home.
Sure you will love the dish as it is 100% vegeterian but rich in protein. Please like my video and subscribe to my channel :)

Rajesh Kumar said...

Looks so delicious.. am going to try this out for sure. Thank you for sharing this wonderful creation.. :))
chowringhee kathi roll


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