Thursday, March 17, 2011

INDO-CHINESE FRIED RICE


This is one more simple and easy receipe can be prepared when we get bored with all our usual menus.

Ingredients:
Rice - 1 cup
Onion- 1 medium
Capsicum - 1 small
Carrot -1
Cabbage - 1/2 cup shredded
Ginger.Garlic paste- 1 tsp
Soy sauce- 3tsp
Vinegar - 1tsp(as i didn't have vinegar, i added citricacid)
Salt - as per taste
Pepper powder- 1-2 tsp
Spring onion - few for garnishing

Method:




1. Cook Rice with little salt and few drop of oil, set aside.(let it cool before we blend with the mixture).



2. Fry first onion,then g.g paste, all other veggies one by one.( all the veggise should be in vertical cut, if your wish add beans, peas,red pepper of your choice)


3. Add little salt, then soy sauce,vinegar, pepper powder mix all the ingredients.

4. Slowly add cooked rice and blend it well, finally garnish with chopped spring onion.


5. Serve with ketup or hot &sour sauce.

27 comments:

Reshmi Mahesh said...

Wow...this fried rice looks yummy...like the one we get in India...Lovely recipe..

FunWidFud

savitha ramesh said...

Flavourful rice and sure i am a very big fan of fried rice

Jay said...

simply love this...awesome click..
Tasty appetite

USHA said...

HI Jay,

Thanks alot for your encouraging and lovely comment.

jeyashrisuresh said...

perfectly made delicious freid rice

Deepa Praveen said...

very nice dish

Aruna Manikandan said...

Fried rice looks perfect and delicious :)

Check my space when u find time...

USHA said...

Hi Jeyashri,

Thanks for your lovely comment.

USHA said...

Thanks Deepa

USHA said...

Hi Anu,

Thanks for visiting and your valuable comment.

Sure will yours too...

jayakarthik said...

hey usha, good to see u blog again. fried rice looks yummy. keep blogging.

Jay said...

Thanks for stopping by n inspirational feedback Usha.
Amla pachadi goes well with any spicy rice dishes...:)
Tasty appetite

aipi said...

Perfect n delicious..love this anytime :)


US Masala

Now Serving said...

Usha this is looking so good! Love Indian Chinese food anytime -Lovely post!

USHA said...

Hi Reshmi,

Thanks for a lovely comment..sorry your comment was missed some over, just picked it from junk section from my mail id.

USHA said...

Hi Savitha,

Thanks. Oh yeah sure we all love to try new varities....this is one such simply and easy recipe too..

USHA said...

Hey Jaya,

Suprise dear....to see you and your comment...

Now i remember our days before 3-4 yrs we all started together blogging...lovely days:))

USHA said...

Hi Jay,

Thanks for taking time to clear my doubt.

Hi aipi,

Thanks for visiting and passingyour valubale comment.

Malar Gandhi said...

My all time fav' food...on sundays...who can possibly resist Indo-Chinese meals.

USHA said...

Hi Malar,

Thanks for your vist and valuable comment

RAKS KITCHEN said...

My all time favorite,looks tempting and colourful!

Now Serving said...

Yummy Rice, Usha - Love the colors!!!

Chitra said...

Hi, first time in ur beautiful space. Love this fried rice. I too make the same but i add white pepper powder :)

USHA said...

Hi Raks,

Thanks for your comment.

USHA said...

Hi Chitra,
Thanks for visit and valuble comment..
keep visitng again...

USHA said...

Hi Now serving,

Thanks for wishes and comment dear..,,

SharaStar said...

I love fried rice especially Indo-Chinese fried rice! This done a bit different then the usual ones here at shops as it was not friend with egg and bawang goreng sprinkled was not on either.

Just a suggestion, try this with "Bawang Goreng" or friend onions sprinkle on top like this :
http://resipiibundo.blogspot.com/2011/07/bawang-goreng-rangup.html
If you cant read it, its just red onions, chopped, let it dry on a bowl for 20 to 30 minutes. then mix a bit of corn flour and fry. it can last up to 3 days. Its something like pappadom but often found on fried rice sprinkled.

Give it a try :D (oh plus how do i subscribe to your blog?)