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Fried Rice

Fried Rice
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Fried Rice Recipe, How To Make Fried Rice Recipe

Fried rice is a dish of steamed rice stir-fried in a wok, often mixed with other ingredients, such as eggs, vegetables, and meat.

Indian Chinese cuisine is the version of Chinese flavoring and cooking methods to Indian preferences via a larger presenting of vegan recipes. Indian Chinese food was born when Chinese migrants moved in Calcutta and created some delicacies to match any local flavor. Nowadays, Chinese meals is an essential part of the Indian cooking world. It's also loved by Indian and Chinese communities in Singapore, Malaysia and North America.

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About Recipe

How to make Fried Rice

(10 ratings)
10 reviews so far
Prep time
10 mins
Cook time
15 mins
Total time
25 mins
Fried Rice
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Rice
Servings : 4 persons
Published date : November 10, 2016


Ingredients used in Fried Rice
• Cabbage leaves (finely chopped) - (2-3) numbers.
• French beans (finely chopped) - (6-7) numbers.
• Soya sauce - 1+1/2 teaspoons.
• Chili sauce - 1 teaspoons.
• Carrot (finely chopped) - 1 numbers.
• Oil - 1 tablespoons.
• Spring onions (finely chopped) - 1 bunch.
• Medium grain rice - 1 cup.
Method:
  • Boil rice till each grain is separate and almost done. Drain and cool in a plate.
  • Heat oil in a wok or pan, add vegetables, except spring onions.
  • Stir fry till crisp, add spring onions, salt and sauces. Mix well and pour over the rice.
  • Mix the rice and vegetables gently, till evenly coated. Adjust sauces and salt as per taste.

    Serve hot with manchurian vegetable or sweet sour.





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Indian Chinese cuisine is the version of Chinese flavoring and cooking methods to Indian preferences via a larger presenting of vegan recipes. Indian Chinese food was born when Chinese migrants moved in Calcutta and created some delicacies to match any local flavor. Nowadays, Chinese meals is an essential part of the Indian cooking world. It's also loved by Indian and Chinese communities in Singapore, Malaysia and North America.

In China, the meals may be the similar or it may be totally uncommon. Due to the fact conventional Chinese food concentrates on the key ingredient of the recipe to create out its entire taste. The condiments are offered independently therefore the diner might season the meal in accordance with what he fancies.

Indo Chinese dishes are exceptionally well-liked by Indians and also have swiftly spread in leading Indian urban cities such as Bangalore, Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai and Hyderabad. It's also preferred in Goa, where Chinese and Tibetan communities are at vast quantities. China town in India still provides numerous Chinese restaurants that specializes in Hakka delicacies and Indo Chinese versions of Soups for example, Man chow soup and sweet corn soup, also found in vegan and meat variety, are generally accessible, much like starters for example chicken lollipops, spring rolls and wontons.

Staple base choices for an Indian Chinese food consist of chicken, shrimp or veggie versions of Hakka or Sichuan noodles widely referred to as chowmin; and normal or Sichuan fried rice. American chopsey and sweet and sour recipes are available at the most restaurants. Some South Indian restaurants also have developed spring rolls and Sichuan dosas. Paneer converted into Sichuan paneer with Chinese seasonings.



 

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vahuser Posted on Thu Jan 20 2011

awesome recipe. what rice do they use. When we buy from Chinese restaurant here in India, it is small grain but definitely not Jeera samba. kindly let us know.

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vahuser Posted on Wed Jul 14 2010

Your recipes are easy, simple and awesome! Keep up the good work!

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vahuser Posted on Thu Apr 30 2009

I am incomplete without Vah re Vah. Thanks a lot for sharing such great recipes.

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vahuser Posted on Sun Apr 26 2009

ur recipes are realy good...can u advise how to make schezwan fried rice...its my fav and I miss it a lot as we dont get it anywhere outside mumbai/pune...pleaseeeeeeeeee!

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vahuser Posted on Fri Feb 13 2009

Hey it came off very well.... Thank u

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vahuser Posted on Tue Dec 23 2008

i like ur recipes styles alot

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vahuser Posted on Wed Sep 10 2008

I like ur caption "inspiring others to cook". I am sure anybody will be inspired seeing ur show. Your way of communicating and teaching is really very very lively and catchy.........................Thank u.

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vahuser Posted on Tue Aug 26 2008

Good Job......Keep going....

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vahuser Posted on Sun Jul 06 2008

I just love your receipes !!! They are awesome !!!

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vahuser Posted on Fri Jun 06 2008

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