Monday, May 03, 2010

Veg Fried Rice

Jayanthy Kumaran | 10:40 | |

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Veg Fried Rice:

Veg Fried Rice is a very popular and tasty North Indian dish. My Son loves Veg fried rice very much and whenever we go out to restaurant, this is one sure dish we order. So, I wanted to  give it a try at home & it turned out real awesome..:)

This dish is actually a lot simpler than most of  us perceive it to be. Thanks to my friend Padma for this healthy and easy recipe. 

Its main ingredients are rice and vegetables like carrot, beans, cabbage and capsicum, which are protein rich. 

Enjoy this recipe for Vegetable Fried Rice…:)                                                                                                         

Ingredients:

  • Long grained rice                                  - 2 cups
  • Ghee                                                    - 1 tbsp
  • Oil                                                        - 3 tbsp
  • Onion                                                   - 1
  • Beans                                                   - 100 g
  • Cabbage                                               - 100 g
  • Carrot                                                   - 2
  • Spring onions                                       - 4
  • Green chillies                                        - 2
  • Capsicum                                             - 1
  • Grated ginger garlic                               - 1 tbsp
  • Soya sauce                                           - 2 tbsp
  • Vinegar                                                 - 1 tsp
  • Black pepper pwd                                 - 1 tsp
  • Cashew                                                - 5
  • Coriander leaves                                   - handful
  • Salt to taste

Method:


  1. Wash the Basmati rice and soak in enough water for 10 mins.
  2. Drain water from it completely using a strainer.
  3. Take a heavy bottomed pan, and fry the rice with ghee in low flame for 5 mins.
  4. Now add water and little salt, cook it uncovered, until the rice is 75% cooked.
  5. Take care, the rice should not be overcooked. Each grain of rice should be separate.
  6. When rice is done, drain and add some cold water and drain again using a large sieve and keep aside.
  7. Take a pan, heat oil and sauté green chillies, then all the veggies and cook it covered for 5 mins.
  8. The vegetables should be cooked crisp and not overdone.
  9. Now add the vinegar and soya sauce, mix well with the veggies.
  10. Add salt accordingly, black pepper pwd and finally the cooked rice.
  11. Combine gently, so that the rice remains separate.
  12. Close the pan and allow to stand for 5 mins.
  13. Remove from flame. Garnish with remaining spring onion greens, freshly chopped coriander leaves and fried cashew.
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    1. Serve hot with any Veg spicy gravy or Non veg spicy gravy. 

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    50 comments:

    1. Wow Jay..Looks delicious veg fried rice..

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    2. Your pictures are tempting me to prepare it today..Great pics, Jay..

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    3. Wat a droolworthy fried rice, truly tempting Jay..

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    4. Forgot to tell you that we have some awards wiating for you at our space...

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    5. yummy yummy..veetuku varen lunch ku..

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    6. wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww can i grab the plate jay...my all time fav..your pic is soo tempting to prepare ...will try u rs.

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    7. mouth watering and tempting veg fried rice.

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    8. wow..the rice has cooked to perfection JAy..Looks mouthwatering..love to grab the plate and gobble the whole thing..Yummy ..

      Love
      Kairali sisters

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    9. Perfect fried rice dear,,rice cooked fluffy n perfect dear...very perfect fried rice..

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    10. love the fried rice..

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    11. What a lovely and delicious dish. I love basmati rice, and use it often in the summer for rice salads.

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    12. well explained Jay! perfect fried rice!

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    13. Fried rice looks awesome!

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    14. this looks perfect!,,,i loved the recipe...yummy!

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    15. YUM!I love fried rice and that looks delicious!

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    16. Wow looks really yummy

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    17. Hy Friends,

      Thanks a bunch for stopping by my place and your sweet sweet comments :)

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    18. Thanks Yummy Team for your appreciation and lovely awards.

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    19. WOW !! Yummy.. Love your fried rice recipe.

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    20. yummy and delicious fried rice..also liked your spinach pakoda..

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    21. very delicious fried rice. Thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving a wonderful comment. You have a lovely blog , sure will follow u.

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    22. yum yum !! looks delicious jay..

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    23. Hi Jay, the rice is definitely a loooooong grain! I never found such alike here! The fried rice soooo tempting, makes me hungry! ;)

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    24. Hi Jay, Tha dish looks literarily gorgeous....very colourful and tempting....feeling like to have it right now...

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    25. Hello dear.. what a lovely fried rice.. looks delicious...

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    26. Jay,

      Yummy fried rice, looks really good.

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    27. Oh wow looks truely tempting.. the rice are cooked perfect.. wish to grab that bowl.. yummy.

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    28. Dear Buddies,

      Wishing you all a lovely day. Enjoy & have fun...!

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    29. Fried rice looks perfect and very tempting

      ArunaManikandan
      http://ensamayalkuripugal.blogspot.com

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    30. jay
      what a delicious fried rice yarr..we love fried rice anykind especially vegettable fried rice is most welcome..love to have with nonveg curry ..
      lovely picture dear..so yummy yummy
      BTW thanks for visiting our blog dear and ur lovely comments..sure i will be a frequent visitor here ..

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    31. looks perfect dear...nice blog..yummy recipes

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    32. perfect veg rice...nice click!

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    33. Hy Aruna, Praniskitchen, Shama and Rekha, am very happy to hear your appreciation dear.

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    34. Awesome looking rice, got stunned by the click and what long looking grains, lovely dish. Would love to try this version some day.

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    35. woww cute clicks & perfect rice!!

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    36. Wow nice presentation...rice looks so perfect and delicious :)

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    37. Hey thanks for the follow up...im very glad and happy to see that...will be waiting for your comments and valuable suggestions for my recipes...

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    38. Looks very very tempting dear. Can I have some?

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    39. We eat a lot of fried rice. I must try using basmati rice next time. Your friend rice looks so fluffy.

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    40. Thank you very much! It is all rather exciting...:)

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    41. Fried looks yummy..feel like taking a handful..

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    42. hi jay....


      Today i prepared this veg fried rice.it cam very good.Soon i will post this recipe in my blog.thans for sharing wonderful recipe with us.
      thank u.

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    43. thanks for the try n inspiring feedback divya..:)

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    44. The fried rice looks great! Tanks for sharing!

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    45. Love this fried rice.

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    46. oh man this looks so delish. thanks for coming by my blog. I am now following you also. I will have to make this veg fried rice soon.

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    47. Fried Rice looks awesome
      www.soundaryasbeautyworld.com

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