It’s always difficult to get enough protein if you follow a vegetarian diet. While there are conflicting opinions on whether soya is healthy or not, the truth is anything eaten is moderation can do no harm. Soya is an excellent source of protein, worth close to 24gms of it in a single cup of soya granules. So go ahead and indulge in these kebabs.
1 cup soya granules
2 slices of fresh whole wheat bread crumbs
2 medium-sized potatoes boiled & pealed
1 handful fresh coriander chopped fine
1 handful fresh mint chopped fine
1 large green chilli de-seeded and chopped fine
Juice of 1/2 a lemon
Salt to taste
Oil in a deep pan to fry
First run the soya granules through some cold water in a sieve a couple of times. Boil the soya granules in enough water to cover then with a little salt for 5-7 minutes. Left it cool and squeeze out as much water as you can. The drier the better. Now mash and add the potatoes and all the other ingredients. It should form into a firm doughy texture.
Heat the oil well on a high flame, when the surface above the oil feels got enough, your kebabs are ready to be fried. Take a little room temperature oil between your palms just to grease it a bit, now form the mixture into firm long sausage shaped. Make sure to roll it back and forth to pack the gaps well.
Now drop 2 at a time into the hot oil and fry till well browned.
If the mixture happens to break up in the oil it means that it is not firm enough. To fix that you could add a little more of the bread crumbs.
Serve this got with a mint chutney.