Soya chunk skewers

Soya chunk skewersSoya chunk skewers
1 cup of soya chunks,  2 tbs vinegar
1 tbs soya sauce,  2 tsp sugar
2 tbs oil,  2 tsp ginger-garlic paste
1 tsp chilli powder,   mushrooms
Bananas,  red and green peppers
Extra oil for grilling
Salt to taste
For sweet and sour sauce:
1 cup of tomato ketchup
2 tbsp. sugar
2 tbs lemon Juice
½ tsp cinnamon powder
2 slices ginger.

Soya chunk skewers:  Soak soya chunks in very hot water for 20 minutes.
Drain, rinse with cold water and gently squeeze out the excess water.

Combine ginger-garlic paste, soya sauce, vinegar, sugar and chilli powder and mix with
the soya chunks. Leave to marinate for 30 minutes.

Thread the chunks on bamboo skewers, together with slices of banana, green peppers,
red peppers and mushrooms.

Grease, heat a thick griddle and place the skewers on it.
Brush the chunks with oil.

When one side turns brown, turn the skewers and grease the other side of chunks.
Remove the skewers from fire when they turn brown.

Slowly, turn the chunks to loosen them from the skewer and slide them out.
Method for sweet-sour sauce:

Combine tomato ketchup, sugar, lemon juice, ginger, cinnamon powder and
simmer till it thickens. Discard the ginger.
Pour the sauce over soya chunks and serve hot.

Pick the perfect pepper

First of all,  add a little heat that does not  compete with other spices by adding a dash of pepper.
In addition, you can find it made from black, white, pink, or green peppercorns.
Furthermore black pepper usually has the strongest taste.

Finally, you get even more flavor if you freshly grind pepper.
In conclusion, white pepper is handy for white sauces, fish, chicken, and creamy soups — where you don’t want little black flecks to show.

Make time for thyme
First of all, earthy thyme is perfect as a rub for meats and fish or as a seasoning on beans and roasted veggies.
In addition,  it teams up well with oregano, sage, and rosemary to add richness to soups and stews.

Furthermore,  you can sprinkle it on egg and potato dishes.
In conclusion you can try it on fresh heirloom tomatoes topped by a little buffalo mozzarella.

Soya chunk skewers 

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