When It Comes To Taste And Health, Soya Chunks Are A Good Bet
Soya chunks are packed with nutrients and lend themselves well to Indian preparations
A member of the legume family, soya bean is one of the few plant proteins that contains all the essential amino acids the body needs to source from outside. The high protein content in soya bean makes it a great alternative for those who follow a strict vegan diet.
It is also rich in nutrients like vitamin B, fibre, magnesium and potassium. While soya bean itself can be used to make delicious curries, its other forms—soya milk, tofu, soya chunks—are gaining popularity too. Soya chunks, especially, lend themselves well to a variety of preparations, be it a pulao or a regular curry or Asian stir-fry.
Soya chunks come in many forms—regular-sized or mini chunks and granules. A rich source of carbohydrates and protein, you should have more of them in your diet.