If you want to munch on something healthy while watching edge of the seat thriller or action movies, or even a sobbing family soap, I have a solution for you. Try this baked spicy soy beans; they are the perfect candidate fulfill your requirements, satisfaction guaranteed. My hubby likes to munch on something while thinking seriously about his scientific experiments in office. It has been a long time I prepared anything with soybeans. When I went to take something from my pantry a few days ago, soybeans were looking at me and sadly asking when are you, going to use us. I promised them I will use them soon. Yesterday I soaked them in water and baked it today. They are very tasty, if you like fried moong dal; it tastes somewhat similar to it. It is easy to make and recipe goes like this.
What you need
Salt: 1 tablespoon
Red chili powder: 1 tablespoon (Adjust the heat depending upon your taste)
Garlic Powder: ½ tablespoon
How I made
Soak the dried soy beans in water for 8 hours.Drain and dry them using a paper towel.
Preheat oven to 350 degree Fahrenheit.
Roast them for about 30 minutes, Shake the pan every 15 minutes, so that all the beans get roast uniformly.
Once they become crispy and browned remove from the oven and cool it in rack and add olive oil, salt, garlic powder and chili powder mix until everything incorporated well.
Next day if you want more crispiness roast them once again at 200 degree Fahrenheit for 10 minutes.
Enjoy any time as you wish!
Preparation time: Soaking time: 8 hours, roasting time 30 minutes + 10 minutes
Yield: Depending upon your munching capacity; 4 serving
Will you make it again: Making more often