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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Veg Fried Rice Recipe - Chinese Vegetable Fried Rice - How to make fried rice

Veg Fried Rice Recipe
Veg Fried Rice(Vegetable Fried Rice) - After watching a tv show, and after many plus and minus now I can confidently say I have got my kind of chinese veg fried rice apt like in restaurants....yes its a restaurant style recipe You want a indian version then skip the sauces, with just the veggies it is flavourful too.The best combo for fried rice is 
gobi manchurian, yumm!

Vegetable Fried Rice

Vegetable Fried Rice Recipe - Ingredients

Preparation Time : 20 mins | Cooking Time : 15 mins | Serves : 2
Recipe Category: Main | Recipe Cuisine: Chinese

Basmati rice - 3/4 cup
Carrot - 2 small finely chopped
Beans - 2 finely chopped
Cabbage - 1/4 cup
Onion - 1/8 cup
Spring onions (white part) - 1.5 tbsp finely chopped
Spring onions (green part) - 1 tbsp finely chopped
Garlic - 1/2 tbsp finely chopped
Capsicum - 2 tbsp chopped finely
Soya sauce - 1/2 tsp
Green Chilli Sauce - 3/4 tsp
Ajino motto - 1/4 tsp (optional) - I didnt use
Pepper powder - 1.5 tsp
Olive Oil - 1.5 tbsp
Salt - to taste

Method:

  1. Rinse rice and pressure cook it with required water till rice grain is separated...Fluff it off with a fork add some olive oil, keep aside.Chop and keep all the veggies ready.Heat olive oil in a pan, add garlic and spring onions white part,fry till its starts browning.
    How to make veg fried rice - Step1
  2. Then add onions and fry till golden brown then add carrots, beans and cabbage and saute till they shrink and raw smell leaves. Add capsicum saute with the veggies for 2mins.
    How to make veg fried rice - Step2
  3. Then add soya sauce - and saute in high flame for 2mins stirring continuously. Keep in sim and then add green chilli sauce, pepper powder,ajino motto(if you are using)and required salt.Keep stirring continuously for few mins till the veggies are well blended with the sauces.
    How to make veg fried rice - Step3
  4. Then add the cooked rice and mix well.Finally garnish with spring onions, give a quick stir and switch off.
    How to make veg fried rice - Step4
Let the rice fry for another 3-4 mins . Garnish with spring onions(optional) and switch off.
Vegetable Fried Rice

My Notes:

  • Dont skip spring onions as gives a good amount of chinese flavour to the fried rice.
  • Chopping the veggies very fine helps in cooking faster. Sauteing the veggies in high flame gives a nice smoky flavour and also retains its crunchiness without the raw smell.
  • I soaked the basmati rice for 15 mins then pressure cooked for 1:1.5 ratio(rice:water) for 4 whistles in medium low flame.
  • Make sure to fluff the rice and spread it with little olive oil to make the grains separate.Allow it to rest atleast for 30mins.
  • Don't add more soya sauce than mentioned amount else your fried rice color will be on the darker side also soya sauce will be over powerful.
Veg Fried Rice - Chinese Restaurant Style
Written by: SHARMILEE J

66 comments:

  1. This is my most favorite dish and I used to crave for it almost every week :) The look of the pics above makes me crave for it :) yummy :) Mine is pretty much the same recipe too :) Perfect restaurant style must say :)

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  2. Wow, that rice looks amazing! It has made me HUNGRY!!!


    US Masala

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  3. I love Indo Chineese verison, looks very delicious! I do`nt use MSG but I guess that gives it the extra flavor.

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  4. Chineseeeeeee ....... my fav :-) Looks delicious

    Cheers,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  5. So colorful and delicious Fried rice...Absolutely Restaurant style...Recipe is too gud.

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  6. Looks yum and perfect...nice pics

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  7. That does look perfect - Fried rice and gobi manchurian - I want some right now!! :)

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  8. One of my favorites..I can make Chinese noodles confidently,but when it comes to fried rice,somehow I always feel something is lacking.Would love to try out your version!!

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  9. My fav too, looks absolutely yumm Sharmi..I just love u r clicks...

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  10. Fried rice looks very tempting,I love it so much in specific restaurants,this weekend sure gonna have this ;)

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  11. Its looking delicious. Love Chinese fried rice
    Cook Healthy

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  12. looks perfect and delicious...
    I always prepare fried rice using microwave oven. will definitely try this :)

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  13. Even i am a big fan of fried rice and i always order when we eat out.Will try with GG paste .Nice clicks

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  14. so inviting My all time favorite yummmm

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  15. Bang on for those restaurant flavors recreated at home! I can vouch that your's looks very much like the one u get outside, taste-wise it must be better!

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  16. What a colorful recipe :) .. Sharmilee.. I loved it.. I love the ingredient Spring onion.. I have tried this recipe earlier with my mom.. but we didnt add spring onions.. will try making it with the fresh green spring onions.. :) .. I love rice like this.. :) ..

    n hey you have a beautiful space here too.. :P
    Would love visiting it again.. :)

    you have got a follower now :D .. he he..

    Love,
    Megha! :)

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  17. Wow,I must try this., i've tried so many chinese recipes from ur blog and everthying came out superb. Looks mouthwatering & kudos on ur effort :)

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  18. I luv the indo chinese fried rice...Fried Rice luks Colorful..

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  19. My favourite anytime, sooo tempting fried rice..

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  20. Pictures makes me hungry,fried rice looks awesome.

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  21. i am hungry now...this looks so very inviting..drooling..chinese cuisine is one of my favorites.

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  22. my fav too, looks so delicious and beautiful

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  23. Looks lovely yummy...It`s such a simple preparation but the taste never gets me tired..I can eat spoonfulls of indo chinese fried rice all day!!! My post on Restaurant Style Chinese Fried Rice gets the maximum hits everyday...

    Shobha
    www.anubhavati.wordpress.com

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  24. Perfect looking fried rice..I am drooling over those tempting pics..

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  25. My fav rice, very colorful and appetizing!

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  26. Beautiful clicks..looks so perfect and yummy!!

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  27. rathri mani 10.30...dinner over...irunthalum rommmmba venum pole irukku intha yummiyov rice patha :(

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  28. Tried this today and came out superb !!! Thanks to you Sharmi.

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  29. I don't know how to thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe and that too with that lovely note about olive oil.I tried it and it was a truly restaurant style and taste...everyone was full of praise and the credit is completely yours!!!!

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  30. Yummy!!! I LOVE this fried rice, beautiful clicks!

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  31. For a get-together,we made your chinese veg fried rice & gobi manchurian combo and it was a big hit.
    We all enjoyed having this lovely combo.
    Thanks for the recipe.

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  32. wow! I love the way the carrots have been julienned! Absolutely mouth-watering. Am gonna try this weekend :)

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  33. Sharmi, may I suggest you somethin? I'd suggest you not to approve any anonymous posts which r misleading n disrespective. I was disturbed by an anonymous comment here. There r ppl who don't deserve to comment about food. Food has to be respected for it serves as the source for every living being.

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  34. @Madhu : Thanks for ur suggestion...I have already disabled anonymous comments...so np hereafter :) Thanks for your concern!

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  35. @ Sharmi - Pleasure is mine :) Glad that U'v disabled it. But, I'm still able to c that comment by an anonymous person dated 29th Dec, 2011.

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  36. The 36th post, Sharmi. Dated Dec 29, 2011. The post after Kala's n before Reshma's.

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  37. @Madhu : I missed it somehow....deleted it now Thanks so much for being so keen and noting down. :)

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  38. @ Sharmi - Ur Welcome, Sharmi :) Pleasure is mine :)

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  39. hi,
    This blog is really awesome ..Today i made rava idli, veg fried rice and carrot halwa referring to your blog. Thanks.

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  40. @Nisha : Wow thats so nice to hear Nisha!!

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  41. Hey,
    Loved your recipe and also the presentation style. you are awesome:)

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  42. i just now prepared..... guess wat it came out awesome!! i loved it... thank u

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  43. Hi, I have been trying couple of ur recipes.. Felt very guilty for not posting a comment after I try out.. My apologies.. I did try this recipe and it was awesome....

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  44. Hai i tried this and it came out good. My husband loved it....Thank you

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  45. Its very easy process to make , I tried for some guest and they very much liked it. Thank U

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  46. Just follow the instructions. It is a Dummies guide. Tried it instead of Chilli sauce i tried Nando's piri piri sauce. Came out very tasty and nice. Thanks for all the Good work.

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  47. Tried it. It is a Dummies guide to make very nice fried rice. Instead of chilli sauce it tried Nando's piri piri sauce. Thanks and keep up the Good work.

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  48. Hi Sharmi,

    How are you?

    I would like to make this. But I dont have green chilli sauce - I have Maggi Masala Chilli sauce - Will that work? Thanks.

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    1. I am good Pavithra..Thank you!
      Yes you can try that and see...

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  49. Hi Sharmiliee. I keep trying recipes from your blog. I tried fried rice but I could not get the right consistency of rice like how u have shown... is that some platinum basmati rice ??? except the rice consistency everything else was good.. thank u for the recipes... keep going :)

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    1. I use India Gate basmati rice, I usually soak the rice for 20mins then use the ratio of 1:1.5 for rice:water.....Check out my notes also.

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  50. The best fried rice i ever made thank you...

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  51. I tried this n it came out awesome...very tasty..but urs is whitish nut mine was darker.i added soy sauce very less as per ur notes....can you tip me how to get lighter shade like urs...apary from soy sauce do you have another suggedtion?

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    1. Take care not to burn the veggies which will make the rice darker in color...other than that I dont do anything extra

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    2. Thanks for the quick response:)

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