Comment by sindhu guttula
hi...ur recipe seems to be interesting but am having a doubt, what do u mean by " pour the ground mixture (coconut and cumin seeds) into the gravy" they are not mentioned in the ingredients. do u want me to grind both?
Hi Sindhu, You have to grind them together and add to the garvy. It is mentioned in the ingredients list seperately as ' for grinding'.
Comment by Namagiri Sridhar
I am a vegetarian. Is there any substitute for meat masala powder?
Hi Namagiri, Meat masala powder is a blend of different spices like garam masala, corriander seeds, fennel seeds, chillies etc. It is purely vegetarian. You can use 2 tsp of corriander powder, 1 tsp of chilly powder, 1/2 tsp of fennel seed powder and 1/2 tsp of garam masala powder instead.
Comment by muk ta
Pls. help can we add soya powder to indian dahi curry
Yes you can..
Comment by f fernandes on 30 March 2010 15:41PM
I tried this dish with soya chunks,it was tasty but mine was bit dry.The picture is up on my blog .ffernscorner.blogspot.com
Hi Fiona, Good to hear that you tried the dish. I went through your blog. You have a great collection of recipes. Am definetely going to try a few of them.
Comment by Chetan Y on 08 February 2010 18:25PM
I am lil confused here with the steps. could you plese differetiate between gravy and mixture? what we have done with coconut?please elobrate on the steps more? I really liked the concept behind the dish and really wanted to try.
Hi Chetan, I've elaborated the steps. Do try it. Please ask if you have any more doubts.
Comment by SUNITHA MENON on 06 January 2010 13:27PM
are the soya chunks same as soya beans?
soya beans are different from soya chunks... soya beans are legumes and are available as dry beans or fresh frozen beans. Soya Chunks are made from soya flour. It is available in all indian stores. These are in round chunks and its texture after cooking is like meat.
Comment by Parimala Akkayasamy on 19 October 2009 01:50AM
It was good. I added a little more red chilli powder to spice it up a little bit and also added little chicken to make my husband eat :)
Hi Parimala,Thanks for trying it and giving a tip for adding chicken. Will try out next time.