Schezwan Fried Rice

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Schezwan Fried Rice

By September 23, 2013

Whenever I used to go to Indo-Chinese restaurant I always order Schezwan Fried Rice. They are my Favorite. It's very spicy and so tasty. Even Schezwan Noodles are very spicy, that's because of their spicy sauce. It's very simple to make and goes well with lots of other recipe. Its very quick to make this recipe if you have the schezwan sauce ready. So here is this spicy sauce and the full version of schezwan fried rice. I am linking this to A-Z Blogging Marathon conducted by Srivalli and also to preeti space.
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  • Prep Time : 15 minutes
  • Cook Time : 20 minutes
  • Yield : 4

Instructions


1. Before starting to make this recipe cook basmati rice first and store the cooked rice in fridge for 30-45 mins. Let it cool down. Now finely chop the ingredients needed for making the schezwan sauce and start making the process.

2. In a pan add oil,use more because it helps in getting sauce consistency and also helps in storing the sauce for 2 days. To this add finely chopped garlic & ginger ,saute them well. Then grind the dry red chillies to paste by adding little water, then add this to the ginger garlic saute.

3.Then when the raw smell reduces from chillies,add salt,pepper and soya sauce little bit(don't add more soya sauce,then it will lose the color and became dark)Saute it well. To this add little water to get sauce consistency. Let it sit for a min,when the oil starts to separate remove from fire. Keep it separate in a bowl. Schezwan sauce is ready.


4. Now in a pan add oil and sauce garlic,carrot,beans for few mins. To this add spring onion(the white onion part)and saute them well. To this add the schezwan sauce and stir it for few mins. Add little salt.

5. Now take the basmati rice that was kept in refrigerator for half an hr and add it to the mix. Break it well with your ladle and you will get a nice crispy and separated fried rice and toss them well with spring onion as garnish. Tasty and spicy schezwan fried rice is ready. It will be spicy so beware of that.



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13 Responses to Schezwan Fried Rice

  1. Priya

    Never get bored of this fried rice, my all time favourite.

  2. harini

    My older one will totally love it!!

  3. Mireille

    I like szechuan cuisine as it is more spicy than other chinese food
    yours looks so colorful and appetizing

  4. manjula

    omg schezwan fried rice looks super inviting and yummy dear :) makes me drool here !!

  5. aparna

    fried rice in any way ! i will have it !

  6. Sandhya Karandikar

    Delicious and colourful.

  7. Dhanish

    I just had this rice for my lunch and yours looks so colorful and spicy :) Yumm ,….

  8. Pavani

    Wow, that fried rice looks so tempting. Love that you made your own Schezwan sauce..

  9. veena

    This is one rice that I have not tried as yet…looks very inviting!!

  10. Sowmya

    finger licking good!! would love to grab the bowl!!!

    Sowmya

  11. Rajani

    I have tried this recipe from a Mallika Badrinath book and it came out really great..Its time to try it once again, I think :)

  12. ashika Idris

    my mouth watering.. tnx for dis delicious recipe.. Im gonna try out tomorrow:-):-*

    • Janani

      Thank you dear I love this fried rice too very addicted too let me know how it came out.:)

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