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Chinese Chili Soya Chunks(Nutrela) Manchurian Recipe Video

Chinese Chili Soya Chunks(Nutrela) Manchurian Recipe Video

Chinese Chili Soya Chunks(Nutrela) Manchurian Recipe

Chinese Chili Soya Chunks(Nutrela) Manchurian Recipe Video

This Indian Chinese fusion recipe is made of SoyaBean chunks or nuggets. It serves as a perfect power-packed substitute for Chili Chicken for Vegetarians. My kids simply love the recipe. The chunky recipe is great to make them eat right amount of protein in their meal along with their favorite Rice, Parantha or Naan. The Chinese Manchurian spice mix adds the perfect authentic Manchurian taste to it.

Click the link below for the step by step video.

Chinese Chili Soya Chunks(Nutrela) Manchurian Recipe Video

If you are a Soyabean fan, you might also like to check out our recipe of Soya Chaap Masala Curry.

Total Time:
Preparartion Time: 10 Mins
Cook Time: 20 Mins
Serving Size:


1 cup Soyabean chunks boiled and squeezed

1 large Onion diced

1 large Bell pepper diced

Soy sauce 2 tablespoon

Red Chilli Sauce 1-2 tablespoon(I use 1 tbsp to keep spice level very mild for kids)

Green chillies 2-3 diced

Garlic pods 3-4 chopped

Salt 1 tablespoon

Oil 2 tablespoon

Knorr Chinese Manchurian Spice mix ¾ pack

Water 1 ¼ cup


  1. Heat Oil in a wok
  2. Add green chillies and cook for a minute.
  3. Add chopped garlic and saute for a minute or until golden.
  4. Add diced onions and saute for 3-4 minutes until onions are brown.
  5. Add diced bell pepper and saute for another 3-4 minutes.
  6. Add Red Chili Sauce, Soy Sauce , Stir and saute well for another minute.
  7. Add Boiled Soy Chunks and give it a stir.
  8. Add salt as per tsate.
  9. Mix ¾ spice pack with water and add to the wok.
  10. Stir well and cook for 3-4 minutes until gravy starts to thicken.
  11. Add half of the green coriander leaves and stir.
  12. Add black pepper as per taste and stir.
  13. Chinese Chili Soya Chunks Manchurian is ready.
  14. Garnish with Fresh Green chopped coriander and serve hot with Rice, Naan or Parantha.

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