Soya Malai Chaap Recipe
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Soya Malai Chaap Recipe


Soya Malai Chaap Recipe

Malai Chaap is a delicious chaap variant that you can cook for parties and family dinners. Chaap is a protein rich food item that is prepared from soya and flour. Chaap usually has a soft and chewy texture and when cooked in the way as in the recipe, turns out to be very tasty. Malai chaap is a dish which is cooked in with cream, curd and a melange of spices. We have prepared this recipe by marinating the chaap first with the cream mixture and then cooking it later.

This chaap dish can be served as snacks, appetisers or as a side dish. You can pair it with naan, roti or tandoori roti for the perfect lip-smacking taste. Pair up the chaaps with mint chutney and onion rings for a wholesome combo. If you want to have something different on your kitty party menu, then you need to try this delicious chaap dish. Be it kids or adults, everyone will love it for sure.

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How to Make Nutrela Soya Malai Chaap

How to make Soya Chaap

  1. Blend soyabean seeds and remove in a bowl
  2. Blend the cooked Nutrela Soya chunks and place it in the same bowl
  3. Add maida, salt and water; make a dough
  4. Take a small dough and roll it on a flat surface; cut it into thin strips and roll it around ice- cream sticks
  5. Boil water in a pan and place the soya chaap sticks for 10 minutes until it is slightly brown
  6. Soya chaap is ready; you can use it in various curries or make tandoori soya chaap

How to make Soya Malai chaap

  1. In a bowl, add curd, cream, cashew paste, coriander green chilli paste, salt, coriander powder, garam masala, black pepper and mix well
  2. Dip the soya chaap in the marination for half hour
  3. In a pan, add Nutrela Refined Soyabean oil and grill the soya chaap
  4. Take grilled soya chaap and pour the cream mixture on top of it
  5. Garnish with chaat masala
  6. Serve it with romali roti and chutney

While the Nutrela Soya Malai Chaap can double up as both a main course and a snack, the preparation time for the same is 50 minutes! So if you have time on your side and want to make something extra special for your family, the Nutrela Soya Malai Chaap is the must-try recipe for you. The instructions are below. You can also follow the recipe on video to learn how to make the Nutrela Soya Malai Chaap.


For soya chaap

  • Maida
  • Soyabean seeds (soaked overnight)
  • Cooked Nutrela Soya chunks
  • Salt
  • Water

For Soya Malai chaap

  • Curd
  • ½ cup cream/ malai
  • 2 tbsp cashew paste (soak cashews in warm water and blend them)
  • 1 tbsp coriander and green chilli paste
  • Salt
  • Coriander powder
  • Garam masala
  • Black pepper
  • Soya chaap (made using Nutrela Soya) (Learn how to make Soya Chaap
  • Nutrela Refined Soyabean oil
  • Chaat masala