Friday, July 21

Veg Fried Rice

I love this dish very much and whenever we go out to restaurants in India this is one sure item i order. When i started to cook , i wanted to prepare this by myself and so i got this recipe from my friend. This is now a favourite dish in our family and everybody loves it... try this out and hope u all will like it...


Basmathi Rice- 2 cups
carrot-1/2 very finely chopped
capsicum-1 finely chopped
cabbage-1 cup thinly chopped
spring onions or Scallions- 1 bunch(cut the base onion part and upper green part seperately)
green peas-1/4 cup
ajinimotto-1/4 tsp
soyasauce- 1 to 2 tsp
chilli sauce-optional- 1tsp
pepper powder-1 1/2tsp or to taste
salt to taste
oil-4 tsp

Soak the Basmathi Rice in water for 15 mins. Drain it , add 1 tsp of oil to it and microwave for 2 mins. cook in the Rice cooker along with peas and salt with water in the ratio of 1: 1 1/2 .
Heat oil in a pan and add the white part of the scallions(spring onions) , fry for some time and add the carrots, fry in high flame for 1 to 2 mins and add the capsicum. Fry this again for 2 mins and add the cabbage.
Do not saute it for a long time as the colour of the veggies will change. Add the aginimotto and soya sauce to it. Add salt and pepper. switch off the stove and finally add the green part of the scallions.
When cooled add this to the cooked rice. Serve hot with veg manchurian.

note: The more finely u cut the veggies the lesser time they will take to cook.


scmr1967 said...

sure it is; easy to cook and everyone will be impressed

Prema Sundar said...

Thanks for ur encouraging comment. Do make ur visits often.

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Mansi Desai said...

prema, this looks great! I posted both of these last month I think...they r my all-time favourites!

pls participate in AFAM-peaches this month if you can!

The Mom Cook said...

Hi Prema,

Check out, I tried out your fried rice and it came out great


vinaya said...

HI, have tried some of ur recipes, it has come out really good..and the measurements are perfect. tahnk you so much and keep posting yummy recipes.

where r u in NJ, do you have any website? i live in NJ too.

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Laxmipriya said...


I tried your recipe. I didnt have Ajinomotto today and so didnt add.. Even then It came out very well.

Thanks for posting.


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