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Murali's Chinese Fried Rice

Written By Srimathi Mani on Friday, July 11, 2008 | 11:27 AM

One good chef in my family is my cousin Murali. He is extremely creative in his food preparations and whenever we meet we always spend quality time talking about new recipes. When I recently met him, my Amma asked me to get his recipe for his ever famous fried rice which she enjoys always. Indo-Chinese food is my favourite when tasted in India. Don't know what happens there the flavours are so different and takes it to a different level. Sending Murali's Fried Rice to A.W.E.D : Chinese for the month of July hosted by DK's Culinary Bazaar.



Gadgets:

Pressure Cooker
Bowl for the pressure cooker
Cutting Board
Knife
Mixing Bowl
Grater
Measuring Cup


Ingredients:

Jeera Champa Rice - 1 cup ( I used long grain rice and basmathi can be used too)Water - 1 1/2 cups
Beans/Carrot/Cauliflower/Peas - 1/2 cup
Onion - 1
Ginger - 1 inch
Garlic - 3 cloves
Pepper and Salt to taste
Soy sauce
Ghee- 1 tsp



Preparation:

1. Dry roast the rice with the ghee. Put it in a bowl and place in pressure cooker.

2. Pressure cook rice to one whistle and turn off the heat and set aside.

3. Remove the rice from the cooker and add some oil in the pressure cooker and add onions and cook. Add the veggies and grate the ginger and garlic on it. Add the cooked rice to it and mix.

4. Add soy sauce and serve it hot.

5. Garnish with spring onions (my addition)





3 comments:

  1. The variations to the fried rice are so many thats its not even funny :) Yours looks so good. Thanks for sending these over to AWED. Round up coming soon :)

    DK
    Culinarybazaar.blogspot.com

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  2. This fried rice looks good and also taste yummy... I made it yesterday with manchurian gravy and it was awesome. Very easy to prepare. Keep up the good job of hosting good recipes like this. :)

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  3. What a dish!!!!!!!!!! tried it tonight with the exact same recipe. We have an Indian restaurant called Ashoka near my house and we all go there to have their fried rice. this one came very close to that. will easily give a 9/10 for this.

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