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Monday, February 6, 2012

Indian-style-fried-rice
      For me fried rice means Chinese style, until last week when we visited Kailash Parbat for a dinner treat. Though Kailash Parbat is famous for chaats, that day, more than that I loved this Fried rice which was not the Chinese style one, but it was Indian style.It had only vegetables, but was so flavourful!  It was so simple that, I could really guess the ingredients and very tempted to try at home. The very next day (Since I only had fried rice the before day), I made for lunch with Gobi Manchurian.  The recipe is so so so simple. Only thing to do is cut the veggie finely. Its very flavour but a quick fix, you can try for lunch box too with any rich gravy…
Indian-fried-rice

Easy Fried rice recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Lunch
Prep Time: 15 mins    |  Cook time: 15 mins    Serves: 3

Ingredients


Basmati rice  1 cup 
Carrot  1 
Beans ( I used baby beans)  12 
Baby corn  5 
Pepper ( white preferred) 1 tsp
Spring onion  4 sprig 
Olive oil  3 tblsp 
Sugar  1/2 tsp 

Method

  1. Cook rice with 1 & 1/2 cup water and separate the grains. Cut the veggies very finely so that it will get cooked easily in short period of time. Heat a broad pan with olive oil. When its hot, add the veggies with sugar and fry for 2 minutes or until its cooked,but retains its crunchiness.  1-fry veggies
  2. Lastly add pepper, spring onion and fry for a minute. Add cooked, rice and stir till it gets heated up.2-add pepper spring onion,mix rice

Notes

  • You can replace olive oil with sesame oil.
  • You can try the same with left over rice by keeping it overnight in fridge.
  • You can add ajinomotto and soya sauce in this same recipe.
  • I added black pepper, but white pepper is recommended as it gives a colourful result!
  • Adding sugar to retain colour.
  • Use best quality basmati rice as the rice flavor plays a main role in this recipe. 
  • Veggies should not be over cooked for this mainly, so make sure its just crunchy. 

It is simple yet  packed with flavours! The basmati rice will dominate and makes an awesome combo with the pepper and veggies flavor...The crunchy veggies compliments this well. I never thought it would turn out so good… Try yourself to believe it!

Fried-rice-restaurant-style



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76 comments:

  1. My favourite and goes well with chilli gobi. Looks fantastic and perfect

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  2. looks perfect n tasty...will surely try it.

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  3. wow looks temping and delicious fried rice ...

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  4. Wow indian style fried rice looks very tempting with min ingredients...looks very tempting. Loved the 2nd click supera iruku

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  5. Oh the pictures look straight out of a start restaurant, Raks! So pretty and tempting..perfect lighting and lovely crockery.
    Lite Bite

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  6. very tempting n my fav.. yumm clicks.. love the header changes..

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  7. looks perfect n tempting fried rice!!

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  8. Awesome clicks Raks:-) The Indian flavored fried rice looks awesome!

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  9. Awesome, I want to eat this now ..

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  10. Aww, looks so inviting! Nice clicks as always :)

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  11. looks very tempting raji....
    lovely clicks :)

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  12. Wow, looks awesome, very nice clicks, can't take my eyes off it, very colorful..

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  13. Wow yummy simple and tasty rice.

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  14. simple and easy fried rice..looks very colourful!!!lovely presentation and click!!

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  15. lovely clicks......awesome fried rice...

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  16. wonderful friedrice !! looks very inviting !! lovely presentation !!

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  17. Yummy looking fried rice. So colorful and vibrant pics. Excellent recipe.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  18. Love that cute pot and the fried rice looks perfect and inviting with the grains separate Raks.

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  19. Awesome fried rice..i made the same combo last sunday...will post soon..

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  20. Bright and mesmerizing pictures as usual :)
    kalakureenga :)

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  21. Nice clicks. You have chopped the veggies so finely. Nice one.

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  22. Wow what clicks. Love the entire presentation.

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  23. You make all items look so simple & flavorful.. sill def try :) love the clicks again !

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  24. Actually the white pepper tickles your tongue with the unusual spice, lovely rice!

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  25. Rice looks delicious and love this...

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  26. I make it similarly Raks, but without the optional items you've mentioned - I have bought some yummy chinese mix from Fab india and that lends a good flavor to the rice :)

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  27. Very nice. will make it soon. hope everybody will like this..

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  28. That looks so awesome and yummy...

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  30. Lovely rice to accompany the spicy gobi manchurian !!

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  31. Lovely recipe -- but I am not a big fan of MSG (ajinamoto).

    Kiran @ KiranTarun.com

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  32. That's such a colorful and tasty looking rice..

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  33. Sounds really easy and delicious!
    I love the presentation!

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  34. Dropping by after very long time.. loved the new look ! And obviously the rice too :)

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  35. looks absolutely yummy! each rice grain is seperate & love those colours

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  36. I make a similar version but with just garam masala or home made kari powder and add some capsicums also. Your rice sounds very simple to make and flavourful too. I love the presentation, very colour co-ordinated!

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  37. Why your sponge dosa link is not working?

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  38. Love rices like this and looks super yumm, love that pot too.

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  39. Nice version raji,delicious rice...

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  40. Fried rice looks so colorful and pretty along with that gobi manchurian!

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  41. Yummy Rice.. Looks Fantastic..

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  42. I love collecting fried rice recipe versions because they put to good use leftover rice. Great post! Thank you...for sharing!

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  43. The way I love..looks absolutely yumm with perfect colors :)

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  44. wonderful presentation and yummy rice. I always love to eat this in kailash parbath

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  45. Really simple and a very clean flavour by the looks of it...

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  46. This is my all time fav. Looks so mouthwatering. Nice presentation. I also used to to do in the same way, but I add ajinomotto and soya sauce. I think once in a while ajinomotto is fine.

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  47. Wow, looks awesome. Love the way you have presented the first pic. So professional. Do link this to my event. Would be great..!

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  48. Colorful rice with nice flavors.. Pics looks awesome..

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  49. wow!!! awesome and inviting fried rice recipe. Looks inviting. thanks for sharing . Will surely try this.

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  50. Yummy fried rice...luv'd the presentation of the dish..Sooo Perfect

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  51. perfectly captured the true taste of it Raji..i too make them every week.. ur clicks are really tempting.

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  52. Tried Fried rice...twice...truly perfect and tasted great!!

    My name is Soumya and I live in Texas, USA. I recently came across your cooking website and tried few recipes and everything turn out great. I would continue to try all the recipes from your website.

    All recipes are great with the instructions and specially the pictures help a lot. The measurements are perfect to try for the first time.

    I truly fallen in love with your recipes.

    I am looking for the below recipes, please post them if you get a chance to try.

    Coconut burfi
    Kalakand
    Deep fried kolakate
    Thattai Recipe
    Boondi ladoo

    Also if you get a chance try the Narasus podi's they taste great, unfortunately we dont get it. If I get to know the ingredients I would love to make at home.

    Curry Leaves Rice Powder
    Garlic Rice Powder
    Idly Chilly Powder
    Dhall Rice Powder

    If you dont mind I will keep coming up with the recipes names and if you could try and post them, that will be fantastic.

    Keep Rocking Raks!!

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    1. Thank you for the feedback... :)

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  53. Wow, that fried rice looks yummy. Will give it a try next time.

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  54. When to add salt while cooking rice or along with veggies?

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  55. Hi Sangee, thanks for asking! I forgot to mention in the post. Will update. You can cook rice with salt.

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  56. Hi ... Cud u plz tel me Where u brought the bowl used for serving the rice ???? I wud like to buy one ....plz

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  57. looks yummy.....nice clicks as always...will try it soon....All ur recipes are wonderful and delicious.....

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  58. wow..........yummy... yummy .....

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  59. I tried this today.. It came out awesome.. Tks a lot for the amazingly easy recipes and the measurements that you use work out gr8 for me.. Keep up the great work...

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  60. Fabulous recipe. Ate this with some homemade schezwan sauce. I plan on trying this recipe again with slight additions in the future.

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  61. Nice recipe..but please don't use ajinomotto.It may cause canser

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  62. Thnx a lot. Made yesterday... Came out gud :) .. Was only wondering how to bring out more flavors...

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  63. Thanks its very easy to prepare its something great thañķkkkkkkk a lot

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  64. Thanks a lot it came we'll@-}--

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  65. Came well. Thanks for the post

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  66. Came well. Thanks for the publish

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  67. Nice its very easy to prepare for launch

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  68. I cooked this fried rice. Thanks a lot! everybody loved this.

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  69. Raks....thank u for the recipe...it came out well even though was little spicy because of the pepper...i tried it with ur veg Manchurian for him and hopefully he loved it...wanna try again to get tat perfect from him ;) and m happy i made it in ma 1st attempt ever in kitchen....You really made ma day...tc n keep posting....love

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  70. i tried this and it came out sooooo well. thanks for this simple recipe.

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  71. Is this okay to share as long as I give you all the credit? I'd need to use pictures and recipe. Thanks in advance!

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