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While soya curds is not normally available in the market, you can make it at home quite easily. Chock-full of nutrients, it can replace low fat curds in daily cooking such as in Nachni Khichu and Buckwheat Dhoklas
- Warm the soya milk.
- Add the curds and mix well.
- Cover and keep aside till the curds set (approx. 5 to 6 hours). In the winter, place inside a cupboard or closed oven to set.
- Soya curds are rich in nutrients like protein, calcium and iron and also contain certain antioxidant compounds that help lower blood cholesterol.
- Soya curds has a very distinct and unusual flavour, but does not really affect the taste of a dish when used in a recipe.
- More nutritious and heart-friendly, soya curds can replace curds in any recipe.
Nutrient values (Abbrv) per serving
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