Soy Chicken Parm

March 25 , 2015 by: Drishty 300-400 Calorie Meals, Mains

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I never saw myself eating soy meat until I was introduced to Morning Star soy products! Absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE them especially their soy buffalo chicken pattie! The crunchy coating and soft light inside make this soy product so delicious. Not to mention it’s so healthy and rich in protien! Great option for vegetarians.

This dish is perfect when you need a good heavy dinner! This used be one of my favourite dishes in college. When you have been in classes all morning and afternoon and come home after a heavy session at the gym, a balanced meal of carbs and protien does the trick! This dish is so simple to make and takes less than 20 minutes to make!

Ingredients:

1 Cup of cooked spaghetti – 220 Calories

1 Soy Buffalo Chicken Pattie – 180 Calories

1 Cup Crushed Tomatoes – 32 Calories

2 Teaspoons Garlic Paste – 8 Calories

1 Teaspoon dried oregano – 5 Calories

1 Teaspoon garlic pepper – 2 Calories

2 Tablespoons Tomato Ketchup – 38 Calories

1 Teaspoon Sweetner – 0 Calories

1 Tablespoon of fresh Basil – 0 Calories

2 Tablespoons Non-fat Shredded Mozzarella Cheese – 42 Calories

Salt to taste

Total Calories : 527 Calories

 

Pre-heat the oven to 375 F or 180 C.

In a pan mix in, chopped tomatoes, salt, oregano, 1 teaspoon of garlic paste, garlic pepper, sweetner, tomato ketchup and 1 cup of water. Now boil the sauce until its thich sauce consistency.

In a bowl, toss hot cooked spaghetti with 1 teaspoon of garlic paste, salt and basil.

Cook the soy chicken pattie per instructions (either in microwave or oven). When the pattie is cooked coat the pattie with some tomato sauce and put the cheese on the top. Now heat it again for about 30 seconds or until the cheese melts.

Serve the warm pattie over cooked spaghetti and enjoy!

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Welcome!

Bonjour, my name is Drishty Ghadia. I was born and raised in India, where in a Vegetarian household I developed my love for cooking spicy food. Then later on moving to and spending 10+ years in the US, I found myself dumbstruck and in love with the high sugar, high fructose corn syrup, high cholesterol - yet oh so addictive food. I mean have you ever gone through an entire menu of The Cheese Cake Factory?

In the past few years I have jumped countries yet again and now I live in the land of Fish and Chips and Yorkshire Pudding - the lovely UK. I love to travel and I believe that you have to taste a culture to understand it. Italian, Spanish, Chinese, French, Swiss, German, Moroccan, Japanese, Malaysian, Sri Lankan, Indian, Peruvian, South African, Kenyan, Middle Eastern - you name it, I've eaten it and tried to make some vegetarian fusion version of it in my kitchen.

Food you eat can either be the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison. I will be recreating some original and some fusion recipes from my travels in my kitchen and will share them with you here. Hope you enjoy them!

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