Though I am not a great fan of this Indian version of the Chinese food, my hubby just loves to eat them. He craves for the gobi manchurian & other Chinese food too. BTW, Chinese food served in Singapore is completely different than what we used to taste back in India.
Today I'm presenting Sush's version of Chinese fried rice. I have tried many versions & found this version suiting our taste buds. So, I always stick to this now.
Basmati rice: 3 cups (Other long grain rice should also be fine)
Water: 6 cups
Vegetables of your choice: 1 cup (I have used carrots, peas, snowpeas, sweet corn, beans, paneer(cottage cheese))
Cabbage: 1/2 cup (shredded)
Spring onion: 2 tbsp (finely chopped white portion)
Garlic: 3 pods (minced)
Light soy sauce: 2 tbsp
Tomato ketchup: 1 tbsp
Green chilli sauce: 1 tbsp (adjust according to your family needs)
Vinegar: 1 tbsp
Ajinomoto/MSG: A small pinch (optional)
Salt: According to taste
Green chilli: 2 nos (finely chopped)
Oil: 1.5 tbsp
Parsley: 1 tbsp (finely chopped)
Spring onion greens: 2 tbsp (finely chopped)
- Cook the rice & allow it to cool. Gently scoop out the rice & spread it for the rice to cool.
- Meantime, chop the carrots & snowpeas lengthwise. Cook the vegetables, peas, sweet corn for 2-3 minutes until a little soft & crunchy. Drain the water
- Heat oil in a broad wok. When oil is hot, add garlic & saute till they turn golden. Then add spring onion whites & fry till they are soft. Follow spring onion whites by green chilli, cabbage & saute the cabbage until it is soft & yet firm (It would take around 2-3 minutes). Add the cooked vegetables & paneer & saute for 30secs.
- Add the rice, soy sauce, tomato ketchup, vinegar, green chilli sauce, salt, MSG & mix them well. Cook for 1-2 minutes.
- Finally garnish it with parsley & spring onion greens. Mix & serve it hot.
- Few people prefer to eat it with chilli sauce or with tomato sauce. So, feel free to serve it with whatever your loved ones prefer. I love to eat it as is.
- Feel free to add vegetables of your choice. Some other vegetables that go well are cauliflower, mushroom, tofu & baby corn.
Liked the sush's version of fried rice sush..looks very colourful and its one of my fav too...ReplyDelete
Sushma,,,nice fried rice i like it very much you got nice blog dear with nice recipes and am following you dear,,,sure i will try this once dear,,,thanks for sharing,,take care n keep smiling,,ReplyDelete
Yummyyy... Looks colorful & delicious.. eyecatching dish.. :)ReplyDelete
Mmmmmmmm, interesting Sush version of fried rice. Just loved it. My next rice preparation at home :):)ReplyDelete
U have prepared this forever tempting rice so well.... Very yummy & delicious by the look & I vouch for the taste too..... Very tempting.....& PERFECT!!!!!! Every bit of it is perfect.... I don't think I would be able to find even a small mess.... SPLENDID!!!! & I have saved, it for my guidance too....ReplyDelete
Fried rice looks colourful and delicious...ReplyDelete
Nice tempting clicks :-)
colourful and yummy fried rice.ReplyDelete
beautiful and lovely looking rice!! yummy and tempting...ReplyDelete
Wat a colourful, catchy and really tempting fried rice..ReplyDelete
looks good and colourfulReplyDelete
This is my first time at you blog so when I read Sush's fried rice I was wondering who the person was. Then I realized you are talking about yourself.ReplyDelete
Fried rice is always my favourite. I can have it any time. Your fried rice looks very delicious.ReplyDelete
Love gadi fried rice :)ReplyDelete
Yes sush u can replace it with candid peels if you get it over there or u can even put chopped nuts of your choice,thanks for your lovely comment...ReplyDelete
Thanks for posting this. I just tried this recipe today and it came out perfectReplyDelete