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Chinese Vegetable Fried Rice

Posted by Annita on March 15, 2006

The harmonious integration of color, taste, and appearance made Chinese Cuisine popular all over the world. The choice of various ingredients, seasonings and the heating mechanism used in chinese cooking gives such a great perfection to all the senses.People in different countries add their own flavours and spices to Chinese food to customize it to their own taste. Fried rice ,with Gobi Manchurian as its side,is one of the tastiest and popular dishes in Indo-Chinese menu.I’ve got a real passion towards Chinese dishes,whatever it be.This is my favourite recipe of Chinese Fried rice and it’s always been a hit in my home.
Ingredients:-
Cooked & Cooled rice – 2 cups(Usually short grain rice like Sona Masoori gives a better look..)
Choped onion- 1/2 cup
Diced vegetables(Carrot,Green Beans)- 1/2 cup
Green Peas -1/4 cup
Chopped Capsicum,Celery & Spring Onion- 1/2 cup
Whole dry chillies slit-3
Soya Sauce -2 tsp
Green Chilly Sauce – 1 tsp
Pepper powder – 1 tsp
Vinegar – 1 tsp
Ajinomotto -a pinch(I do not recommend using this for home cooking eventhough it enhances the taste.As everyone knows,its really really bad for health.)You can also use Bouillon cubes instead of Ajinomotto which is available in grocery stores.Bouillon cubes are not bad for health.You can get this even in health stores.
Salt – to taste
Olive Oil/Salad Oil – as needed

Finely cut vegetables
Method:-
Heat oil in a pan and add onion and red chillies.Add all the diced vegetables and green peas and saute well.Add soya sauce,chilly sauce and salt to it.Stir for few minutes.Now add ajinomotto,capsicum,celery and spring onion and cook till vegetables are tender . Cook utill all the water evaporates.Finally add cooled rice to it and mix well on high heat.Add pepper powder and vinegar and again stir well.Garnish with Spring Onion greens.You can also add scrambled egg along with this.

Chineese Fried Rice ready to serve

If you have got all the ingredients ready,the process won’t take more than 10 minutes.You can follow the same procedure for chicken or beef fried rice,but it takes more cooking time.Serve it along with Gobi Manchurian.An excellent fusion cooking recipe of Gobi Manchurian is available in Hooked On Heat.
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55 Responses to “Chinese Vegetable Fried Rice”

  1. Sonali said

    Thanks for dropping by my blog. Isnt Desi Chinese the best :) ?

    Yeah sure..Chinese Cuisine is my favorite
    Annita

  2. Annita: Fried rice looks delicious! I love to browse around your blog and it is good:)

    Thanks Karthi

    Annita 

  3. Indira said

    Looks mouthwatering, Annita. Love the Chinese fried rice!

    Thanks Indira.

    Annita 

  4. Sailaja said

    Love chinese.Infact I did blog a couple of Indo-Chinese Recipes like Sprouts Fried Rice and Sweet & Sour Chicken Legs And Spiced Chinese Fish Fillet

    Thanks for these links Sailaja.I’ll definitely try it out sometime..

    Annita 

  5. priya said

    wow , the fried rice looks just perfect. I make it almos the same way , except, green chilli and ajinomoto.And do u buy green chilly sauce or make it at home, i never buy any sauce except tomato sauce,so have no idea. If u buy it , which brand is best. ANd thanx for sharing the recipe.

    I always buy green chilly sauce from outside.I’ve got “maggi” from an indian store.But I think you can use any green chilly sauce .Using green sauce will give that color..If you add red chilly sauce it ‘ll be more reddish..And I never use ajinomotto for home cooking,but for a party & all little bit is ok..It’ll give that Chinese flavour.

    You can also use Bouillon cubes instead of ajinomoto

    Annita

  6. Kay said

    Wow! I love chinese fried rice! I don;t use ajinomotto too.. (Too bad for health and nasty for my migraines.)

    Yeah..u r right Kay…

    Annita 

  7. Sonali said

    And thanks for adding me in your links. Will add your blog to my list too.

    Thanks Sonali..You’ve got a really gud blog going…

    Annita 

  8. hi annita,
    Thanks for adding me into ur blog list.
    i like ur veggie biryani.Being a person from AP i like sona masoori rice.
    let me try and post my comment.Wish to see more recipes from ur side.
    vineela

    Do try it out Vineela and let me know whether you like it or not.

    Annita 

  9. Ashwini said

    Annita, lovely fried rice! Desi chinese makes me drool. A tip – MSG or ajinomoto is indeed bad for health. Use a bouillon cube instead (you get Knorr cubes in the supermarket) which brings a lovely flavor to the dish. Another option is stir fry powders available in spice sections. They are much much better than MSG

    Sometimes I also use bouillon cubes .But the idea of stir frying spices is completeley new to me.Which all spices do u use for stir frying ?

    Annita 

  10. Ashwini said

    Sorry I didnt elaborate. Its a stir fry seasoning mix. Available in the spice rack of supermarket with other Chinese spices such five-spice etc.

    Oh..yeah I’ve used that.Isn’t in an yellow cover?.Thats really good..but I thot that also might contain this ajinomotto…If that is safe i’ll be using that more often..I liked it better than bouillon cubes.

    Thanks for your reply.

    Annita 

  11. Josh said

    This is awesome!

  12. Josh said

    Me again!

  13. Mary said

    Hi Annita ,

    I tried your Chinese Vegetable Fried Rice last week and it came out really well :-)

    It was quick and very easy to make and very tasty too !

    Hope to see more recipes of this sort :-)

    -Mary

    Thanks Mary..Glad to hear that it came out well for u..

    Annita 

  14. Puspha said

    Very nice. Just a few tips, as I grew up on chinese food & with the chinese:
    * Lots of chopped garlic is used.
    * Chillies & onions r infamous.
    * For the extra taste, use oyster sauce. It’s used in almost all the dishes. Lee Kum Kee is the best brand.

    Thanks a lot for all these tips Pushpa.. In fact,I’m learning a lot from u…These tips are really new to me.

    I love Chineese and would do anything to get the exact Chinese taste..

    Will definitely do it on my next trial..Thanks Again

    Annita 

  15. priya suresh said

    Dear Anita,

    Hi, How r u. U dont no me se i am leaving in U.A.E. recently through my firend i came to know u r site , IU really appreciate u for doing such a good thing by sharing u wounderful recipes, I once thankyou for that. I am really craze of cooking i used to try all the recipes when ever i get it. I will also share my recipes of Kerala to u and even also of chennai. I dont to which site i have to sent the recipes because i have not even send anything till now. So pls do tell me to which site i have to send the recipes. Once again i thank u for the recipes. by by

    Thank you,

    PRIYA

    thanks again Priya..You can send me the recipes to my email id :annita_joseph@yahoo.com

    Annita

  16. Thomas said

    Dear Anita,

    I tried your Chineese Fried Rice. It looks wonderfull. Ajinomotto is not that bad. The Japanese say there is no scientific base to the idea that Ajonomotto is harmful.

    Thomas from Canada.

    Thanks for the info,Thomas..and a warm welcome to my blog..happy to know that u liked my recipe
    Annita

  17. Kiran said

    Lovely recipe. and great site.
    I will try all your recipes…:). My husband will at last get some home cooked food
    Thanks.
    Kiran

  18. Romiya said

    I could never make indo-chinese until I stumbled on ur blog!U have sum really great recipes, esp the malayalee ones :) u might consider doing a cook book!! keep blogging ;)

  19. pinky said

    hey anita,
    Good job..u put up good recipees..have tried out a few ..& let me tell u tastes superb..
    thanks

  20. nazrina said

    1 teaspoon chilly powder
    2 egg whites whisked
    onion and garlic paste 4 tablespoons
    red chilly 2 cut finely
    pepper about 1dash
    and some tumeric powder

  21. Preetha said

    Absolutely and entirely unpalatable recipe

  22. bhuvana said

    Ilove this recipe because its delicious and more tasty.I ate in hotels but i didn’t tried in my home. After reading this i m really excited and happy how simple it is.I will cook daily and i will eat it. Thanks for your valuable procedure.

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  23. Yaniry said

    Hi!
    Thanks for this recipe. I tried it and it taste like the chinese rice from the restarant!

    I’m happy to hear that..thanks for letting me know..
    Annita

  24. nrusingha said

    wow,this dish is very nice for me.

  25. nrusingha said

    wow,this receip is very nice because its delisious & more testy.

  26. Shalini Ramesh said

    Yummy.Easy to cook

  27. nadia said

    love it

  28. Prasanna said

    Thanks a lot for recipe,i tried today and it came out delicious and tasty ,so easy recipe everyone can make it awesome.

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  30. bhumika said

    hi, recipe is wonderfull. i lik chinese food nd lv to cook at home.i wanna be touch wid ur i.d.i required more chinese dishes. hope, i got more recipes through this. thanks.

  31. ruhi said

    hi…
    i tried ur recipie & its yummy thank you….

  32. bharti said

    hi! your recipe is so yummy, i lke you rice so much.

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