There is a belief that thousands of recipes can be made with edible cooking oil, but only a few can be made with healthy cooking oil. As far as cooking is concerned, this is a pure myth, and to prove that to you, this blog will guide you to making mouthwatering cooking recipes made from soybean oil.
Another thing that you must be wondering is why did we choose soybean oil? The answer to this is its tremendous and amazing nutritional value that adds to its health and incredible taste. Soyabean oil has unique properties such as high smoke point, is rich in providing support to the heart and the bones, consists of omega-3 fatty acids, are easy to use, and can be used for multiple purposes. Unlike other oil, it is suitable for your skin.
Delicious cooking recipes
Cooking is perceived to be a complex task. However, its complexity depends on your interest in doing it and your constant practice to improve. Cooking shouldn’t be complicated. It should be fun and full of sweet and savory experiences. To provide you with your taste of fun and sweet/savory experience, we bring forward to you mouthwatering cooking recipes made from soybean oil.
Dal and Soya Paratha
Dal and Soya Parathas are a mix of fulfillment and satisfaction while raising the taste bars. It is healthy and made with fresh ingredients and veggies. It is a staple in North Indian cuisine and is the go-to food option for many households.
Preparation and cooking time = 40 mins.
- 1 Dough
- 2 tsp soya oil
- 1 tsp cumin seeds
- ¼ cabbage (grated)
- ¼ boiled moong dal (yellow)
- ½ tsp sugar
- 2 tbsp finely chopped coriander
- Whole wheat flour for rolling the dough
- ½ powdered soya chunks
- ¼ mashed potatoes (boiled)
- 1 ½ ginger green chili paste
- To start with cooking, prepare the dough. Then heat the soyabean oil, add cumin seeds, and wait till it crackles. Add cabbages to it and saute on a medium flame for not more than 2 minutes with continuous stirring.
- Add boiled moong dal, mashed potatoes, soya chunks powder, and two tsp of water, mix, stir continuously, and saute for another two minutes.
- Add the ginger-green chili paste, coriander powder, salt, sugar, and turmeric powder, and mix. Remove from flame, keep it aside to cool, and divide the mixture into equal parts.
- Now, Divide the dough into equal parts. Roll the dough on a flat surface into 100mm. Place the filling or stuffing mixture in the middle of the dough.
- Drape the dough by bringing together the edges and closing the filling inside.
- Roll the dough into the circular-shaped paratha, heat the non-stick pan with little soya oil, cook the paratha till golden brown on both sides, and serve hot.
Rice, Noodles, with Tofu and Vegetable
Rice may be a better option than parathas, but tofu and vegetables are undoubtedly the best. This recipe is simple to make and is a fusion of Asian cuisine. It is flavorsome and a must-have for protein lovers.
Preparation+ cooking time= 30 minutes
- 400 g pasta (rice and noodles)
- six scallions
- Three red chili peppers
- 200 g cabbage
- two garlic cloves
- Three carrots
- 2 tbsp bright soy sauce
- Grounded white peppers
- 100 g smoked tofu
- 2 tbsp soybean oil
- Cook 400 g of pasta in boiling water; drain and rinse well. Cut the chilies and slice the scallions diagonally and thinly.
- Rinse and cut the cabbage into strips. Then, cut the carrot into sticks, and chop the garlic finely.
- Heat the pan and drizzle soybean oil, and add carrot sticks. Saute for 2-3 minutes. Add chili rings, cabbage, and scallions, and saute until crisp.
- Add the noodles and rice, and cook until done thoroughly—season with soy sauce, paper, and plate and top with tofu.
Soy Burgers on Bagels
A burger is a mouthwatering cooking recipe and go-to meal for children. It is loved by many but feared by those conscious of fitness. However, you can handle gaining the extra inches as this recipe for making soy burgers on bagels is super healthy and fun.
Preparation + cooking time= 40 mins
- 7 ounces of dried soybeans
- 2 tsp ginger
- One onion
- One red chili paper
- 1 tbsp chopped cilantro
- 2 ounces of breadcrumbs
- 2 tbsp soybean oil
- 2tbsp mayonnaise
- 2 tbsp mustard
- One egg
- Ground peppers
- Green lettuce
- 4 Bagels
- Soak soybean nuggets overnight in water. Then, drain and cook inside a pot covered to a few inches with fresh water for about 1.5 hours.
- Chop the onion, chilies, and ginger finely. Drain the soybeans, transfer them into a blender, and grind until it’s finely chopped. Add onion, chili, cilantro, ginger, breadcrumbs, and puree. Add egg (as per your taste), pepper, and the mixture and breadcrumbs to combine.
- Hit the soybean oil, shape the mixture into patties, and saute on each side for 4-5 minutes till golden brown.
- Mix the mustard with the mayonnaise, pluck some lettuce leaves, and thinly slice the cucumber. Now, toast the bagels horizontally, place the lettuce on one half of the bagel, and top with patties and cucumber slices. Then, place the other half of the bagel on top and serve.
Soybean cooking oil is healthy to use and adds to the taste of so many healthy recipes. Proving to you that effective and delicious cooking can be done in no time. Try out these recipes with Bansal cooking oil and soya nuggets and elevate your taste to a greater dimension. Create these fun-filled recipes with your loved ones and enjoy the process thoroughly.