Apr 15, 2010

Schezuan Fried Rice with some awards

Schezuan rice is fast and easy. Anyone can prepare them in minutes without any specific cooking skills.
Let's Collect Ingredients:
2 cups Chinese rice, cooked.
1 tsp garlic, chopped.
1 cup vegetables (carrots, bell pepper, cabbage ), finely sliced.
2 tsp celery, chopped.
2 tbsp Schezuan Sauce
1/2 cup sprouts ( I didn't add them as i didn't have at that moment)
1 tbsp vinegar
1/4 cup spring onions.
1 tbsp oil.
Salt to taste.

Let's start cooking :
1. Heat the oil, add garlic and saute till it turns golden color.
2. Add the celery and onion white. Add vegetables and saute for 2-3 mins.
3. Add the Schezuan sauce and cook for another min.
4. Add rice, bean sprouts, salt and mix well.
5. Toss for a few seconds till all the ingredients are mixed.
6. Mix in vinegar. Garnish with spring onion greens.
Serve hot.

Received this awards from Kiran from SUMADHURA a few weeks back.

And also this award...
Thanks a lot Kiran for those, that is so nice of you.

Rules for this award :
a) I must brag about it. ( brag???? what's that? hehehe)
b) I have to display the badge on my blog and link to the one who tagged me to prove that I didn't tag myself . (who would do that? but anyway i linked so trust me i didn't tag myself guys hehehe )
c) Share 10 things about myself. (10 things?? I have a whole blog where i share things about me, those interested to know more of me are more than welcome to check it out... HERE)
d) Pass the award to other fellow bloggers by visiting their site
I pass on this award to...
meeso, jagruti , cooking foodie , shanthi , Parita , Treat and Trick , Nithu Bala , Babli, Stephanie


dhara said...

Its lookin yummy yummy and yes yes..i will make it this time :)

Stephanie said...

Hi Lopa, Thanks for passing the award and for the nice comment on my blog.I will visit your other blogs, it will be great to know more of you. Thanks for another great recipe, this looks healthy and tasty! Peace, Stephanie

Priya said...

Yumm, i want that bowl of fried rice..makes me hungry..

COngrats on ur awards, keep rocking dear..

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Very nice and easy to make too. I like dishes that are very quick to make. Love it!

PranisKitchen said...

Looks so delicious.nice click too.I like Chinese food so much..sure will try this..
very simple recipe..thanks for sharing.If u don't mind pls share what kind of Chinese rice u used for this prep

Premalatha Aravindhan said...

Congrats on ur awards,Fried Rice Luks delicious...

notyet100 said...

congrats for the award,,rice looks delicious

Cooking Foodie said...

Great looking fried rice...
and thanks for the award!

Cooking Foodie said...

Ohh and your other blog is great.. loved reading it.. part of it atleast... looks like u had a good trip to Berlin...

Deepa said...

wow, the rice looks so yummy..

congrats so much for the awards dear..

shanthi said...

Thanks for remembering me and thanks for the award.

Nithu Bala said...

Dear Lopa, You have posted my favourite rice..I love schezuan rice as well noodles..yummy,isn't!
Congrats on all your awards dear..they are well deserved awards..

Thanks for passing them to me..I'l will post soon..


Wow.. almost reminded me of the same dish from Birmies. Remember the small food outlet next to Honest at Panjara Pole Cross Road? If not, next time when you visit India, dont forget to go there and Have the Schezuan Rice with Manchurian Gravy. And not to forget the alu parathas.. all time hit at Birmies..


~ Lopa said...

Thanks everyone for your nice words.

@ PranisKitchen
I posted a link on your blog comment. We get it here in grocery store. You can even Indianize it with our own Basmati ;)

How come you can ask me this question,i lived in Ahmedabad for 6 year as a hostelite not living in hostel...hehehe... it used to be our dinner when we wanted apna ghar ka khana type food :-P
I love their Aloo and missi parathas :)


Great presentation and looks so yummy, thanks for sharing those award with me. Have a great weekend dear...

meeso said...

Mmmm, yum... The rice made me hungry! Thanks for sharing the award :)

Smitha said...

I am up for anything chinese!!...looks yummy!!!
enjoy ur awards!!

PranisKitchen said...

Thanks for the quick response der.Sure i will try to find the rice otherwise i can go with the basmati..
So happy to see ur quick response.really appreciable

Gulmohar said...

This tops the list of my fav fried rices :-) I love Schezuan sauce so much..and this looks perfect

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