Have you ever tried snacks made of Soya Chunks?

By Raj
India
July 1, 2020 5:01am CST
I believe Soya Chunks are available everywhere and even if you don't like it you may have seen it or at least aware of its existence. They are very useful and best thing is its taste. I recently saw a video in which soya chunks are Grinded to powder and can be used to prepare very tasty snacks which are called 'Soy Kababs'. I'll try to find time to try these sometime and will let you know about it. Have you ever tried Soya snacks made from Soya Chunks?
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@m_audrey6788 (31668)
• Germany
1 Jul
Sorry never tried it.
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• India
1 Jul
Ok. Maybe it's with a different name in your country
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• Germany
1 Jul
@Butterfingers Maybe. I don`t know. sorry
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• India
1 Jul
@m_audrey6788 Do you know Tofu
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@cherigucchi (8231)
• Philippines
1 Jul
I don't think so.
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• India
1 Jul
No problem I'll let you know my experience
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• Philippines
1 Jul
@Butterfingers Appreciated
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@Lakshman15 (2638)
• India
1 Jul
No yaar I don't like soya and its taste too. No idea about the dish. Hope it give good taste,after your try pls share your experience hear .
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• India
1 Jul
I like its taste thanks I'll update
@JudyEv (213438)
• Bunbury, Australia
1 Jul
I've never heard of soya chunks. I don't buy snacks too often so perhaps they are available here.
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• India
1 Jul
That's fine I think they may be available with different names in Australia
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@JudyEv (213438)
• Bunbury, Australia
1 Jul
@Butterfingers That could be. It often happens that goods have different names.
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• India
1 Jul
@JudyEv Do you know Tofu?
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@sarik1 (2112)
1 Jul
Yes i like it much.
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• India
2 Jul
Yes and since they are tasty can be used anytime
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@sarik1 (2112)
2 Jul
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@Lavanya15 (5888)
• Chennai, India
1 Jul
I eat those snacks in shops but not prepare in home. Very special and different taste it having. Hope you also like it after eat.
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• India
1 Jul
Thanks I'll try it
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@Lavanya15 (5888)
• Chennai, India
1 Jul
@Butterfingers hope you like it taste.
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• Bosnia And Herzegovina
1 Jul
i haven't tried them because i heard they can make you fat and i don't want that.
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• India
1 Jul
Haha OK if you don't like to but I don't think they make you fat
• Bosnia And Herzegovina
1 Jul
@Butterfingers ehh i don't want to risk
• India
1 Jul
Never tried as a snack. I have had it when I ate Veg Biryani and I loved the taste.
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• India
2 Jul
Yes they are very good and can be used in different ways
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@Aleskys (5330)
• Venezuela
1 Jul
I have never eaten that kind of sandwich.
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• India
1 Jul
No am not talking about sandwich dear
@JohnKu (296)
1 Jul
In fact, this is the first time I heard about snacks made with soya chunk. Soory mate but it seems the snack you mention is not that widespread.
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• India
1 Jul
It must be a new recipe so worth a try
@rhuenz (812)
1 Jul
Soya chunks is very healthy.Rich in protein.We always have stock at home. We use to eat in a meal,like sweet and sour soya mix with peas and cottage cheese.
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• India
1 Jul
Yes it's very tasty and useful
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@Adie04 (5278)
1 Jul
Soya milk ever, soya chunks never.
• India
2 Jul
Good you at least like Soya milk
@Adie04 (5278)
2 Jul
• Japan
1 Jul
Not snacks, but I eat soya in various forms for meals. Freeze-dried tofu is made into nice bite-sized things that I suppose you could eat as a snack, cooked in soya sauce and mirin and sugar.
• India
1 Jul
Yes something like that. I'll try the snacks and post about it