Monday, March 22, 2010


A very famous rice which goes well with chilly paneer and Manchurian. This can be eaten alone also. Easy to make and get ready within minutes. In this recipe, rice should be cooked separately and vegetables separately. Then we mix both of these to make this fabulous rice.


1 Medium Bowl White Rice 
2 Carrot (Med. Size )                1 tbsp Vinegar
2 Capsicum (Med. Size )         1 tbsp Tomato Sauce
2 Onion (Med. Size)                  ¼ tbsp. Soya Sauce
2 tbsp Oil                                    ½ tbsp. Chilly Sauce
Salt to taste                                ½ tsp Black Pepper

  • Soak rice for ½ -1 hr
  • Chop the carrots, capsicum and onions finely length wise.



Cook Rice with 1 1/2 times water than rice with or without starch.


Take 1 tbsp oil in a pan. Fry carrot for around 1 minute. Add capsicum and  a pinch salt to the mixture. Sauté it till it is ¾th done. Add onion and little oil. Fry it till golden brown. Take the pan off the fire and add cooked rice to it. Mix them evenly. On a switched flame, add Vinegar, Soya Sauce, Chilly Sauce and Tomato Sauce. Mix them evenly and add some salt and black pepper. On high flame, mix it evenly and cook it till the water of the sauces evaporates. 

Tip: Add little salt in the starting as the sauces contain salt and chilly.

Ps: Sending this recipe to CWS:Rice event of Reva and Priya.  


Sayali said...

i had tried fried rice couple of days back...i made chilly sauce at home.I will get one from stores now and try with that...what if we dont add vinegar to this recipe...?will it taste the same ?

Suvidha A. said...

I made this recipe couple of times (more than 20) and it has always come out well and I always used market sauces. Vinegar is there for the flavour, you can cut it out if you don't like its flavour or you can add some citrus juice to reduce the vinegar flavour. I mainly serve this with either chilly paneer or manchurian.

Amina said...

First time here... vegetable fried rice looks delicious... glad to follow you... do visit my blog sometime..

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