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healthy food now delicious with exotic masala tofu paneer
*cholesterol free* *protein rich*
* low fat *
1. No beany flavor
2. Observes flavor easily
3. Every bite is rejoice.
4. Less marination time
5. Sense of taste is more than milk paneer dishes
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Tofu is known for its extraordinary nutritional benefits, as well as its versatility. Tofu, also referred to as bean curd, is a soya product that is made by coagulating soya milk and pressing the curds into blocks. When a calcium compound is used as the curdling agent, the tofu becomes a good source of calcium, which can help maintain healthy bones.
Tofu is a versatile food and can be converted into a variety of value added products. Tofu easily takes the flavor of the product with which it is cooked.
Tofu is dense and can be cubed and stir-fried, grilled, scrambled, pickled, smoked, baked, barbecued or served in soups. Firm tofu is higher in protein, fats and calcium than other types of tofu.
Soya protein in just 250 grams of soya is equivalent to protein in 3 liters of milk or 1 kg of mutton or 24 eggs.
Tofu is an excellent food for children, elderly people, pregnant women and lactating mothers as it is nutritious and easy to digest.
Soya products Tofu is 100 % vegetarian, a non-animal product made from Soyabean and is known for its extraordinary nutritional benefits, as well as its versatility like High Protein, Low Fat, Zero Cholesterol and zero Lactose.
As Soya Tofu is dense, it can be cubed, fried, grilled, scrambled, pickled, smoked, baked, barbecued or served in soups.Soya Tofu replacing paneer in Indian Cuisine
As Soya Tofu is a very easily digestible, can be used in Indian cooking. Every recipe in which paneer is used, can be replaced with tofu. Tofu can be used in recipes like Paneer Parantha, Palak Paneer, Shahi Paneer, Paneer Pakoda, Paneer Bhurji etc. The prepared recipe looks and tasted almost exactly as the recipe made with paneer.History of Soya Tofu
Tofu production was an ancient technique first made in China over 2000 years ago by individual families. Tofu has been made in modern factories using modern machinery and technology only from the past century.Nutritional Value for 100 gms Briyas Soya Tofu
- Calorie: 145 Kcal
- Protein: 16 g
- Total Lipid: 8.7%
- Total Dietary Fiber: 2.3%
- Ash: 1.4%
- Thiamin- Vitamin B1: 0.16 mg
- Riboflavin- Vitamin B2: 0.10 mg
- Niacin- Vitamin B3:0.38 mg
- Pyridoxine- Vitamin B6: 0.09 mg
- Vitamin C : 0.2 mg
- Iron: 10.5 mg
- Sodium: 14 mg
- Carbohydrate:4.3 g
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