Thursday, October 08, 2015

Schezwan Fried Rice Recipe / Veg Schezwan Fried Rice / Step by Step

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Schezwan Fried Rice is a real, hot, spicy delicious dish that is so easy to make and just needs a few basic ingredients. If you have homemade schezwan sauce handy then this dish can be prepared within 5 minutes. Also you can use storebought schezwan sauce. The delectable blend of spicy flavors are sure to tease your tastebuds. Check out the yummy recipe to make schezwan fried rice Indian style with step by step photos.
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·         Carrot, beans, spring onions chopped  - 2 cups
·         Garlic                   - 5
·         Basmati rice        - 1 ½ cups
·         Oil                        - 1 tbsp
·         Schezwan sauce -  2 to 3 tbsp
·         Soya sauce          -1 tsp
·         Salt to taste
1.       Wash and slice garlic, carrot, French beans and spring onions.
2.      Wash and cook basmati rice.
3.      Spread it in a bowl and keep ready.
4.      Heat oil in a non-stick pan.
5.      Add finely sliced garlic pieces.
6.      Saute for a minute and add red chilly.
7.      Add sliced French beans and stir.
8.      Add diced carrots and fry in high flame.
9.      Add schezwan sauce and mix. ( you can use either storebought schezwan sauce or homemade sauce)
10.   Add soya sauce and combine.

11.    Add cooked basmati rice and fluff gently.
12.   Toss in high flame.
13.   Turn off flame.
14.   Sprinkle finely chopped spring onions and greens.
15.   That’s it mouth watery spicy hot Schezwan fried rice is ready in no time.
16.   It pairs up best with gobi Manchurian or with any spicy veg curry of your choice.


  1. you are making me hungry!just want to grab a spoon and eat that!!

  2. Yummy.. Yummy tasty and healthier.....


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