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Fried Rice Tuesday, November, 7, 2006

Filed under: Rice — coolpepper @ 3:50 pm

                        It’s been a long time since I have blogged. This time I came with the fried rice. I used noodles and soyasauce in this recipe. Should I call it as chinese fried rice,….I do not know. I am not sure, where  have learned this from,…its just an innovative recipe.

                        Fried Rice

source : An Innovative dish

Ingredients:
Rice 5 cups
Noodles 2 blocks
Capsicum 3 medium size – cut lenth wise
Carrot – cut length wise- 1 cup
Cubed Carrot 2-3 Tbspn (optional)
Peas -1/4 cup
Cauliflower – 1/2 cup of florets
Spring Onions – 1/4-1/2 cup
Eggs – 2
Ginger 1 Tbspn
Garlic 2 Pods(big)
Indian green chillies – 5
Soya sauce – 3 Tbspn
Olive oil – 2 tbspn
Black pepper powder acc to ur taste
Salt to taste

Note:
1. In this recipe I have used 2 blocks of Indian maggie noodles. I have not used the maggie masala powder.
2.I have used Indian green chilies frozen.
3.I have not only used the carrots that were cut length wise but also cubed carrots(2-3 Tbspn).
4.I used Negi(japanese spring onion).
5.I used basmati rice.

Method:
1.Boil cauliflower in salt water until cooked. Keep it aside
2.Boil carrot, peas. Keep them aside.
3.Take pan, add little oil and scramble the eggs. Keep it aside
4.Boil the noodles in a hot water. Before adding the noodles to the hot water , add oil. This prevents the noodles from sticking. If you are health conscious then oil can be substituted with the lime water (few drops) in this step.Now keep theboiled noodles aside.
5.Now make the paste of ginger, garlic and green chillies.
6.Heat oil in a pan, add negi(japanese spring onion), capsicum(cut lengthwise),boiled carrot, peas, cauliflower.Addchilli-ginger-garlic  paste. saute them well for about 10 min. Add scrambledegg, salt, soya sauce. Mix them well.
8.Now add bolied noodles, and cooked basmati rice. Mix well
9.See the taste. If u find it to be less spicy then add black pepper powder.

                Fried Rice1

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17 Responses to “Fried Rice”

  1. Prreetii Says:

    Wow…amazing recipe …pics chaala bagunayi…thank you.

  2. priya S&S Says:

    Great recipe for fried rice with noodles andeggs. Beautiful picture !!!

  3. Annita Says:

    Your fried rice looks very good..Nice picture too

  4. Krithika Says:

    Gorgeous pic ! Looks delicious

  5. Vaishali Says:

    Totally droolworthy photographs, Bhargavi. The same goes for the Fried Rice. 🙂

  6. Trupti Says:

    Great Combination…almost like a Chinese khichdi…will have to try this,

    Trupti

  7. Pavani Says:

    That looks delicious Bhargavi.. Great combination of veggies, rice and noodles.. I’m going to make this tomorrow for our dinner.. Thank you.

  8. great pictures..i just want to have thr whole plate right away..thanx for sharing

  9. Smitha Says:

    Looks great!Nice combination of rice and noodles.

  10. Monica Says:

    looks really tasty, will try soon. Thanks for sharing. Your photographs are great, mine doesn’t come good if I try to focus very close.

  11. Asha Says:

    Looks colorful and wonderful,thank you:))

  12. lakshmi Says:

    great pictures, rice with noodles, good combo

  13. Spandana Says:

    Nice Pic…. and looks Yummy….Thanks for sharing.. Shall make it on weekend 🙂

  14. Usha Says:

    Hiii……

    Yummyy…….. Mouth watering pictures!I have tasted fried rice only in restaurants.Now U have given me a chance to make it at home.My daughter is a fanatic on noodles. So this is going to be my weekend spl. Thank u again.

  15. shireesha Says:

    Hello…

    Hajimemashite. Though i used to visit ur coolpepper since sometime didnt observe that u stay in tokyo. Felt very happy. we stay in shiki, saitama. So felt like saying hai immediately…. tomorrow am trying ur palak rice (for the first time trying a dish from ur blog.)dont mind as am excited to see some blog being operated from tokyo.

  16. Capt. Charlotte Says:

    THANKS FOR A WONDERFULLY NEW DISH! THIS IS A FANTASTIC DISH. IT TASTES SO DIFFERENT FROM THE REGULAR FRIED RICE. I ADDED SOME PRAWNS AND IT WAS REALLY DELICIOUS.

  17. […] Pavni tried these lovely looking Chinese Fried Rice from here […]


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