Bachelor Masala Fried Rice

Masala fried rice

Bachelor Masala Fried Rice

Masala fried rice

Category : Vegetarian, Rice

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By Sreejith Narayanan(p..

Published On: 07 Jun 2004

Rating: 3
7 Votes, 6 Reviews
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30 Minutes
Served : 4
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Directions

Step 1

Heat half cup of oil in a pan.

Step 2

Add chopped onions and stir, till red.

Step 3

Add the vegetable mix.

Step 4

:- Put this mix in warm water for some time to defrost.

Step 5

Add masala powder, chilly powder and salt and stir well, till vegetables are cooked.

Step 6

Transfer all the contents in the pan into another vessel.

Step 7

Heat the remaining oil in the same pan(without washing the pan).

Step 8

Add basmati rice and stir fry, till all the rice changes colour.

Step 9

Add water(1 cup of rice : 1.5 cups of water), tomato sauce, soy sauce and salt.

Step 10

Add a small pinch of ajinomotto, if desired.

Step 11

Cook, till rice is done and water is dried up.

Step 12

Add the cooked vegetables to this and mix well.

Step 13

:- Buy the frozen vegetables mix bag which has green peas, corn, carrot and beans in one bag from any US grocery store.

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reshmi

wat do u mean by masala powder?is it garam masala?

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Rani

Bachelor Fried Rice n Masala Mushroom. Surprised me, glad i came across u. Thank u..will try all yr veg recipes.

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maya

Came out exceptionally well....! Easy and time saving!! Thanx

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reenu

very good!!better than i expected!!

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shibin

Thx for the Recipe

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Shiji

Easy to make and tasty too..Thanks Sreejith !!!

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