A new post is exciting and intimidating at the same time! Not to mention how boring typing ingredients into the recipe card is!
I wish I can simply type them in the text editor and get it over with. You’d lose the ability to print the recipe if I did that. Let’s hope someone WILL print them in the future!
I am fidgeting with the idea of printing contents of a specific div, that would eliminate the need for a separate recipe plugin.
No, wait, what am I blabbering about? Yoo hoo, I am working my way up the web designing ladder. My new interest of the year. Gahwd, I have so much interests. Sometimes it astonishes me how much I like learning new things.
Ideas fascinate me.
I am never a true fan of soya chunks/soy mealmaker. People that make it will know why. Scratch that. People that cleans it knows. Note to self: Research about soya chunks, how they are made and why the h they are not so pure.
I ‘created’ this recipe during my rebellious stage. I am proud of how resourceful I can be when I have very less in the fridge (thumbs up) and in my pockets. Not literally, they don’t sew pockets into dresses anymore. I attempted it once, let’s just say I did not plan well.
Fake stake rice is easy to make, no sweat, even if you are new to cooking or a bachelor or someone slightly rebellious like me who would make Chakkarai pongal( a South Indian classic festive rice recipe) with just three ingredients(water included).
Whip up Stir this recipe with the help of the recipe given below!
1 T sunflower oil
An inch of ginger minced or finely grated
One large garlic clove minced
1 medium sized red onion finely chopped
1 medium red tomato finely chopped
1/4 cup uncooked soya chunks small variety chunks
1 tsp soy sauce
1/4 tsp fine salt or as per taste
1 cup cooked leftover white rice
Cook soya chunks as per packet instruction. Remember to thoroughly rinse them at least thrice after cooking.
Heat a medium-sized wok on low flame. Pour oil and let it warm.
Add minced ginger and garlic. Fry till aromatic and slightly brown in colour.
Add finely chopped onion and fry till they turn translucent. Chunk in tomato and cook for two minutes.
Sprinkle water if needed to prevent burnout.
Add cooked soya chunks, soy sauce and salt. Coat well and cook for 2 to 3 minutes.
Add rice and quickly stir to combine for a minute. Switch off stove and serve hot.
Other vegetables and coriander leaves can also be added.