If you ask my husband and me if we like chinese we will tell you no, but for the 2 years I was in India after marriage every other time we went out for dinner it would be chinese. Dont ask why and we actually enjoyed dinner. And now if I dont cook chinese for more than 2 weeks he will remind me we have not eaten chinese na for so long. But ask us and we still say chinese is not among our faviurie cusines. Chinese is fun and quick to make once you make someone cut the veggies for you, ok joking I love cutting vegetables so I enjoy cooking chinese. This is how I make fried rice, the sauces are something you can add how much you want depending on your taste.

Ingredients
1 cup cooled cooked rice ( Make sure not to over cook it)
1/4 cup capsicum, cut into small cubes
1/4 cup carrot, cut into very small cubes
1/4 cup beans, cut very small
2 tbsp cabbage, chopped very small
2 spring onions, chopped
1/2 tsp soya sauce
1/2 tsp vinegar
1.5 tbsp tomato ketchup
pepper to taste
salt to taste
1 tsp oil

Method

  1. Heat 1 tsp oil in a pan.
  2. Add the capsicum, carrot and beans. Cook for 5 minutes. (This wont take long since the veggies are cut really small and we still need some crunch in them)
  3. Add the cabbage. Cook for another 2 minutes.
  4. Add 1/2 the spring onions. Add the sauces, salt and pepper. (Remember to add the salt in the end since the sauce have some salt too and the rice too will have salt)
  5. Turn of the heat.
  6. Pour over cooled rice and mix well.
  7. Adjust seasonings.
  8. Heat in microwave or on the stove top if needed.
  9. Garnish with the rest of the spring onions and serve.


You can have it with:
Gobi Manchurian
Sweet and Sour Baby Corn
Sweet and Sour Veggie Sausages

Off this goes to Srivalli's Rice Mela.



4th day of RM2

Check out what other members cooked today.

  1. DK
  2. Siri
  3. Srivalli
  4. Ranji
  5. PJ
  6. Curry Leaf
  7. Priya
  8. Bhawana
  9. Raaji
  10. Ruchii
  11. Anu
  12. Kamala
  13. Roopa
  14. Divya Kudua
  15. Rekha
  16. Divya M
  17. Lakshmi
  18. Raaga
  19. Lakshmi Venkatesh
  20. Sripriya
  21. Viji
  22. Kamalika
  23. Pavani

21 comments:

rekhas kitchen said...

even i love to have veg fried rice yours looks so beautiful and color full nic entry for the mela

Divya Vikram said...

Love chinese to! looks yumm!

DEESHA said...

yummy looking fried rice .. my mom used to make this very often .. i just love it

Priya said...

Yummy fried rice..mouthwatering..one of my fav..

Divya Kudua said...

Your platter looks delicious;-)..I too love Indo-chinese fried rice and it tops my list when we order Chinese!!

Curry Leaf said...

Lovely.I am not a big Chinese fan,but I love fried rice.Yummy.

PJ said...

Looks delicious.Am in china rite now but sadly we dont get this version in the restaurants:( Got prepare it at home.

Bhawana said...

di fried rice looking yummmmmmmmmmmy. a great entry for the event too.

Lakshmi Venkatesh said...

looks delicious. i luv it.

Happy cook said...

Yeah i totally agree chiese food is really easy and fast to make.
I love vegetable fried rice, this looks so yumm.

Arundathi said...

love vegetable fried rice - and this looks so colorful!

kamala said...

Fav at my home too!!!Looks Yumm Medha.

raaji said...

Vow that looks so wonderfuul medha.....so colorful with green onions......

Madhu said...

Fried rice looks so goo Medha, each grain is well seperated. Looks yummy.

Roopa said...

yumm, as you said , it goes well with gobi manchurian:)

Divya.M said...

my favourite rice dish.....love ur pic....

Uma said...

fried rice looks so delicious and colorful Medhaa!

I am glad I was inspirational to you! Thanks dear! Can't wait to see your mango laddu!

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. looks really yummy dear... nice click..

meeso said...

Yummy!!! I love fried rice, it looks so delicious! Perfect!

G.Pavani said...

it looks yummy and colourful....i love it very much

Srivalli said...

Thats so lovely..thanks for sending!

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