Fried Rice

At some point each of us would have made "fried rice"' at home in an attempt to put left over cooked rice to use. It could be the Chinese version, or the more popular Indo-Chinese version.....well this one is just my version and would simply like to call it Fried Rice, no strings attached.

You will need:

1 Cup Jasmine rice or alternately any long grained rice
2 Cups Water
½ cup Carrots, cut into 1” strips
½ cup Frozen Peas
1 small onion, sliced
2 cloves Garlic, grated
½” pc Ginger, peeled and grated
2 Eggs
1 tsp Dark Soy sauce (low-sodium)
2 tsp Hot Sauce (Sriracha)
Salt to taste
2 tbsp Oil

Wash rice and cook in 2 cups water till done. Fluff rice with a fork when done and let cool completely. This can be made ahead of time so its ready to use when required.

Heat 1 tsp Oil in a non-stick pan. Beat the eggs lightly with a fork. Season with salt. Pour into hot pan and scramble eggs with the help of a wooden or silicon spatula. When done, transfer to a bowl.

Heat the remaining oil in the same pan. Add the sliced onions, grated ginger and garlic, carrots and the frozen peas. Saute on medium heat till onions and carrots are softened, about 5-7 minutes.

Stir in the soy sauce and hot sauce. Add the fluffed cooked rice and stir to coat the rice with the sauces. Stir in the scrambled egg and season with salt as required. Cook for 2-3 minutes till the rice is heated through. Serve.

Note: Not an Eggetarian, simply leave the eggs out!

20 comments:

  1. Delicious fried rice.
    I have never had jasmine rice

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  2. Anytime favor Nam :) looks delish

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  3. Awesome picture.. mouthwatering fried rice. Tempting me to make this tonight..

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  4. Fried rice is always yummy, anytime! Looks really perfect :)

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  5. its my all time favorite!

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  6. pretty much same recipe as mine but my rice never looks this pretty :)

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  7. Fried rice is easy & very fast to cook...so can have in lunch or dinner on getting late in the kitchen :-)
    looking very yummy!

    Regards,
    LinQ.

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  8. This looks wonderful :)

    Rosie x

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  9. i never cease hearing about your cooking from your bro (who i've adopted as mine btw!)and the pics are always so inspiring! i've like thejas now oficially become a fan of your blog!!!! :) so whats cooking for him today ?

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  10. Hi Nams

    The fried rice is yummy!!

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  11. Now you're making me crave fried rice :) I think I'll make some tomorrow.

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  12. The fried rice looks yum, Namratha!

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  14. hey namrita thank you for the chocolates. I saw a picture of the cake you baked for thejas he couldn't stop talking about it!!! :) anu

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  15. OMGGGG!! my stomach is howling looking at the pic, Nami!! waiting to get into my new kitchen and cook this recipe!! thanks alot for the lovely recipe ...

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  16. Hi Nams,
    thanks for the recipe, I tried the fried rice recipe with no eggs(dont eat eggs on monday) and it tasted really good.. will try the recipe with eggs sometime soon!

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