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Raw Banana -- 2
Potato -- 2 big
Mustard and Jeera -- 1 tsp each
soy chunks --- 1/4 cup crushed
Garlic pods -- 2
Chilli powder --1 tsp
Turmeric powder - 1 tsp
Salt to taste .


1) Peel the skin of raw banana and potato . Pressure cook them for 4 whistles .
2) Heat oil in a kadai . Add mustard and Jeera , when it splutters add boied veggies with a pinch of salt and turmeric powder .
3) Add little water for gravy and add crushed garlic and soya chunks.Cook till it forms thick gravy.Add 2 tbsps of ghee before serving .

Serve with rice. I learnt this yummy recipe from my bengali friend .

Linking it up with

Only event , Cooking with soya by preethi, initially started by Pari .


Gita Jaishankar said…
Wow the combo of soy chunks with potatoes and plaintains...this must go well with both rice and chapathi...great recipe dear :)
Sushma Mallya said…
hi shama...thats a quick and delicious recipe...
Anupama said…
Very different combo to me. Have never tried this one :-)
Anonymous said…
Banana and potato are totally awesome..addition of soy chunks is new and can imagine the flavour..
Chitra said…
Oh wow...this is new to me..Iam really dejected in making potato & raw banana poriyal always..Will try this for sure :)thanks!!
Parita said…
Simple and delicious, soya chunks makes it healthier!
Pooja said…
This looks delicious! A combo that I have never tried before!
Wow 2 fav vegetable in one dish love this so much cannot wait to try this
Different combo. Looks yummy and delicious.
Renu said…
new recipe to me.... will try it
Padma said…
Very rare and nice combo Shama ... looks yummy :)
Raks said…
This is very unique combo and sounds awesome! Looks good :)
I like raw plaintains in curry.
Wow nice combination dear !!
Sounds delicius
Tasty said…
Adding soya chunks to plantain curry is new to me.We make raw banana fry:)
Rekha shoban said…
very new recipe...
Hari Chandana P said…
simple and delicious dish... thanks for sharing!!
Laavanya said…
What an interesting and unique combination for the curry.
Srilakshmi said…
That's a unique combo! Must have tasted great!
preeti garg said…
THanks for linking this recipe with my event

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