June 13, 2007


This is one more delicious and quick rice dish. Previously I posted "Egg Fried Rice". This is mixed fried rice, which contains Egg and Vegetables. Taste will be yummy and authentic. Here is my recipe:

Mixed Fried Rice:
Prep : 45mts (to cook and cool the rice)
Cooking time: 15-20mts
Serves : 4
Cuisine : Indian

Cooked Basmati Rice : 3 Cups
Eggs : 6
Chopped Carrots : 4tbsp
Chopped Beans : 4 tbsp
green peas : 4 tbsp
Ajinamoto : 1 tbsp
Black Pepper Powder : 1 tbsp
Garam Masala : 1/2 tsp
Vegetable oil : 4 tbsp
Salt : As per taste
Finely Chopped Spring onions : 4 tbsp (optional)

1. Mix the Cooked Basmati rice with salt and keep aside.

2. Boil the chopped carrots and beans (partially).

3. In a kadai, put the oil, when it becomes hot then break the eggs. Keep the lid and leave it for 4 minutes on medium flame. Later mix all the eggs smoothly (break the eggs into medium peaces), fry it for more 3 minutes.

4. Next add pepper and garam masala powders. Mix well and fry for 2 minutes.

5. Then add the boiled vegetables and green peas, mix and cook for 3 minutes with covering lid. Remove lid, add the rice, Ajinamoto, mix gently, keep lid and allow it to hot on simmer.

6. Don't forget to mix the rice between otherwise the rice burnts away. After becomes hot garnish with finely chopped spring onions.

7. For this rice, I prepared basic gravy as combo. Really fantastic combo. Or you can serve with tomato sauce or any Chinese veg curry or non veg curry. Delicious mixed fried rice is ready to serve.
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  1. Hi, it's Snoskred here. I've recently become a blogging chick and have set myself a challenge to comment on as many Blogging Chick blogs as I can. So that's why I'm here. ;)

    I'm going to add you to my google reader because these recipes look great and I'd love to try some of them. ;) This means whenever you post I will be reading it via your RSS feed. ;) I will also be adding you to my sidebar links and mentioning this blog in my weekly wrap up as one of the blogs added to my sidebar. ;)

    While I'm here I'll mention the US blogs community at Bumpzee, seeing as you're in the US you might want to join that. ;) I've really found some great new blogs from it (and the Australian version of it) and am enjoying it. ;) http://www.bumpzee.com/us-blogs/

    You're making me hungry!


  2. Jyothi, it looks like the hotel fried rice - for me, if something looks like hotel stuff, it spells success! Mine never comes out like this - even if I add just one tsp of soya sauce, it becomes a dirty brown!

  3. Oh yes, an all-time favourite: egg fried rice. Looks good Jyothi.

  4. anusharajiJune 13, 2007

    that rice really made my mouth water jyothi
    what masala powder do u use?

  5. Hi!
    This is really lovely!! I love it!!

  6. Egg fried rice looks delicious Jyoti:))

  7. This is my kids favourite, Jyothi..loved your versoin too..

  8. aha!!! let's trade...send me some egg fried rice and I'll send u a plate of egg biryani :).

  9. HI Jyothi..egg freied rice looks delicious.And u have got nice recipes here:-)

  10. @Hi Snoskred, really very happy to see your comment. Thanks for adding me through RSS feed and also to your sidebar links. I will refer your links now itself. Once again thanks a lot.

    @Hi SRA, Thanks a lot. I tried so many variations to get this type of fried rice. Finally I got it. Thanks for dropping by.

    @Hi Cynthia, thanks a lot. Even this is my family's favorite dish.

  11. @Hi Raji, thanks for dropping by. Try it and let me know. Here I used home made whole garam masala, which contains Elachi, Dalchini, Lavangi and coriander seeds.

    @Hi Usha, thanks for dropping by. Keep on visiting.

    @Hi Asha, thanks a lot.

  12. @Hi Seena, thanks.

    @Hi Vini, thanks for dropping by. Waiting for your egg biryani parcel. Surely I will also send you. Very soon you will get it. Taste it and
    let me know. Thanks.

    @Hi Meena, thanks for dropping by. Keep on visiting.