Soya beans Rice Recipe:

Soya beans are one the richest sources of protein and it helps a lot for the brain development of little ones and helps in healthy weight gain of babies. It is a must-have for a lactating mother and I have already written many recipes for them(Check them here). I love soya bean in any form be it a salad or a gravy or stir fry or sundal or with rice. A very easy one-pot meal for your lunch box loaded with nutrients is here.

Soya Bean Rice:

  • Soya beans-1 cup
  • Basmati rice-1 cup
  • Onion-3/4 cup
  • Coconut milk-1.5 cups
  • Salt-To taste
  • Ghee-To cook

To grind into a smooth paste:

  • Tomato-1
  • Shallots-5
  • Ginger-A small piece
  • Garlic-6
  • Green Chilly-2
  • Coriander leaves
  • Mint leaves
  • Cahsews-5(Soaked in warm water)
  • Coconut-1 tsp

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1.Wash and rinse rice well and soak in luke warm water for 10 minutes or plain water for 20 minutes.

2.Make a smooth paste of above mentioned items and set it aside.

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3.In a pressure cooker,add a tsp of ghee and finely saute onions and add the paste ground.

4.When the onions turn soft add the soya beans and rice and mix well.

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5.Add salt,coconut milk and give a quick stir.

6.Close the pressure cooker and let it cook for 3 whistles.

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7.After the pressure is released,fluff the rice with a fork carefully.

8.Garnish with coriander leaves and serve it hot with any raitha.

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You can use use normal rice too.

You can cook the rice with water instead of coconut milk.

Adjust green chilly as per your taste.

I have placed few raw beans on the plate just for representation.

Babies above 8 months have this .

Have a word with your doctor and consider family history of allergies before introducing any new food.

Avoid salt for babies less one year.


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