Delicious Soya RECIPES
We have endeavored to put together some interesting soy recipes for you!
Vitamins and Minerals
The major mineral components of soybeans are potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur and phosphorus. Mineral content can vary widely due to both the type of soil and growing conditions for the soybean.
The water-soluble vitamins in soybeans are thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, biotin, folic acid, inositol and choline. Fat-soluble vitamins present in the soybean are vitamins A and E. Vitamin A exists as provitamin beta carotene and is present in higher levels in the immature green vegetable soybean, than in the mature or dry soybean.
Soy flour is an excellent substitute for all-purpose flour in baking recipes. Baked goods using soy flour brown quickly and will need a slightly lower baking temperature than traditional recipes.
Soy flour will also thicken gravies and cream sauce