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Vezlay Soya Vegget For Weight loss

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In my constant effort to lead a healthy life I keep on trying different products so that my meals doesn’t get boring.I like soya nuggets and when I saw these  new Vezlet other day in the super market I bought one for myself.These are  now are available in many forms.I think there was a kabab form too where you can deep fry them and have them immediately but I chose the healthier option .

 

Calories break down of Soya Nuggets/Vegget

1 cup of  soya nuggets have 160 calories, 0gm fats, 15gm carbs and 2gm proteins.These are great source of proteins especially for vegetarians.

 

 

soya chunks good for weight loss

 

These nuggets when boiled can be used in different ways such as:-

1.I toss them in salad with yogurt and mayonnaise and bit of salt and black pepper.

2.I use them with brown rice .Makes them quite fulfilling .

3.I saute chopped onions, red and yellow capsicum with some mushrooms.A tsp of soya sauce, white vinegar and hot and sweet tomato sauce and salt and pepper and add these .

4.One can just add the boiled veggets in regular alloo curry where potatoes can be replaced with boiled veggets.

 

Soya nuggets for weight loss

 

If you know any other way  of using these in your diet which is not boring then do share the recipe 🙂

 

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Comments

  1. Shweta K. says:

    I have tried vegetarian chicken strips and boca burgers during my stay in US.They were just soybean based products with different shapes and seasonings. They are indeed a great protein source for vegetarians and the good thing is being bland they can be added to many dishes.

  2. Navneet Thethi says:

    I too love soya nuggets, I add a tea spoon of oil, jeera, half onion , saute it with salt , chilly sauce, tomato sauce and then put the boiled nuggets, saute till they are dried and have it . I really love eating them like this.
    I havnt come across these veggets, but will try to find them in markets.

    • they r available online also..and i too follow your recipe they taste great that way..goes well with rice and chapati too.

  3. how different is it in tasye from the traditional nutrela brand soy chunks?

  4. There is no difference in the taste..its just different in size and breaks my monotony .

  5. These are very high in proteins. I had used this a couple of months back and ended with lot of pain in my bone joints. Had to undergo medicines. Doc asked me to list down all that I ate in the past few days and gave a doubt on soya. To test again, after about a month I used this again and ended with pain once again. That means no soya for me. bad luck for me.

    Test and then introduce in your daily routine.

  6. oops ! thas quite surprising ..don u have other protein based food .r u a veggie?

    • yes.. I am a vegetarian. It is now that I have to avoid most high protein foods, else the pain is back. :(. This might not be so for every one. I guess it is specific to my body type.

      • I agree with you Chandni…last year when I went on one of these fad diets I tried mixing soya nuggets in puloa…gave me a horrible rash all over my body. I gave up and tried it again sometime in December….it gave me a rash again…so soya is not for everyone 🙁

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