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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Burnt Garlic Vegetable Fried Rice



Now Folks, don't get worked up by reading the "Burnt" word. The only point of difference is that this Fried Rice would have to be cooked on high flame unlike conventional ones. This is a quickly prepared rice dish which takes at most 10 minutes once the vegetables are cut and ready. And the aroma of burnt garlic in this rice is something heavenly for garlic lovers. Nothing much to explain, the recipe I hope is comprehensive.


Ingredients:
2 cups Basmati rice
2 Carrots, chopped 
150 gm French beans, chopped
5-6 button Mushrooms, cut into two lengthwise
1/4 cup chopped Green onion
10-12 Garlic pods, finely chopped
1/2 tsp Ajinamoto (optional)
1 1/2 tbsp Dark Soya sauce
1 tsp Vinegar
2 tsp Chilly sauce
Salt and pepper powder according to your taste
2 tbsp Peanut oil


Method:
Rinse and soak basmati rice for half an hour. Cook in 5 cups of water till it is cooked 85%. Drain out excess water and spread the rice on a flat large vessel and mix in 4 tsp oil into it so that the rice does not become sticky. 
Heat 2 tsp oil in a large wok, fry the chopped garlic till light brown and keep aside. In the same oil fry mushrooms till light pink and keep aside.


Heat the wok, add remaining oil, add beans, carrot and sprinkle some salt and pepper. On medium flame keep stirring the vegetables for 2 minutes. Add green onions, stir fry for a minute and then add cooked rice. Sprinkle some salt and pepper and combine well. Keeping high flame add soya sauce, chilly sauce, vinegar and toss it well. Add ajinamoto if you are using it at this stage. Remove from fire, add the fried mushroom and fried garlic. Burnt garlic vegetable fried rice is ready to be served with Chilly Chicken or Chilly Tofu. We had this rice with Cucumber Raita and Spicy Prawn Fry


User Comments & Tips

  • You can also make this with left over rice provided the rice is not over cooked.
  • While seasoning fried rice with salt, remember that all the sauces already contain salt. 


56 comments:

  1. Love the flavor of burnt garlic in rice...just love it..nice wooden ladle in d pic and ofcourse perfectly done fried rice..

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  2. Can guess how flavourful this fried rice will be, mindblowing and totally inviting.

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  3. ha deepa the burnt word got my curiosity hehe this looks yummy here though i m not fond of vinegar or mushrooms at all.

    btw i saw something else on ur pics here
    when we hover mouse it says click to share
    now how did u do that?

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  4. Love the garlic flavour.. fried rice looks so appetizing..

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  5. The flavourful yummy rice from deepa, wish I am your neighbour...for I can smell the aroma of your food

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  6. We love garlic! And lots of it in fried rice, looks delicious!

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  7. I had the burnt garlic fried rice in a restaurant in Bombay it tasted delicious I am sure this one will also be the same.

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  8. garlicky burnt twinge in rice must have been a dish loaded with flavours; good one deepa

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  9. I am sure, this must be very flavorful.... Love the clicks...

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  10. I love rice dishes like this, just reading the recipe i am drooling 10 to 12 garlic wow that has to taste super as here w elove our garlic :-)

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  11. awesome looking fried rice ..yummy

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  12. like the way food is presented.. very flavorful rice..

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  13. Looking lovely.. After reading the heading I too thought y to burn garlic, but understood its not like that

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  14. I always make fried rice this way,just lov the burnt flavor...Nicely presented..

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  15. Looks too yumm and Deepa just loved the presentation!

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  16. Bah fired rice ta darun lagchee dekhte...specially mushroom diye garnish kora ta...

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  17. I can actually taste this fried rice! Looks yum Deepa and i love your presentation, fried rice with a very desi twist!

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  18. Woow thats a very flavorful rice...

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  19. Amazing dear. Mouth watering dish. Looks really delicious. Nice snaps.

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  20. Yummy recipe...love garlic in fried rice...looks absolutely delicious.

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  21. I like that roasted garlic flavor. Delicious Deepa.

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  22. Looking just awesome, deepa...your clicks are getting better and better...love all the pics

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  23. wow...very flavorful and yummy preparation...fried rice looks so yummy n inviting!! loved your props n pics :)
    Spicy Treats

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  24. Ufff it's been little long since I came to your cute space Deepa. Been wanting to see variation in fried rice, loved the burnt garlic fried rice version. Will try it out soon n let you know dear. Beautiful props.

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  25. Looks very tempting!! Great presentation & clicks

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  26. Flavorful n interesting fried rice, looks so yummy...

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  27. First time here, lovely, lovely blog space. Thanks for stopping by at my place.

    Fried rice looks delicious, though I am not much of a garlic person, my family loves it, this goes on my 'to make' list :-)

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  28. Sounds so full of flavors and delicious.

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  29. Sounds so delicious ad quick

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  30. Delicious fried rice...nicely presented

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  31. wow!very delicious and flavourful..lovely presentation!

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  32. yummy rice with garlic flavor......

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  33. I just love the taste and flavour of burnt garlic.. yummy!!

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  34. Garlic and rice..what more can I say! Love it all the way...

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  35. Wah Bhai Wah Deepa ,amazing pics yaar. Absolutely love the presentation and superb clicks as well. I'm still trying to get a handle on food styling and presentation myself. Ur Burnt Garlic vegetable fried rice looks delish...especially the addition of mushrooms has made it utterly delicious.

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  37. LOOKS SUPER DELICIOUS DEEPA..

    2queries : from wr u got peppermint extract?
    from wr u got heavy cream??

    expecting reply :)

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  38. Wonderful Earthen presentation. Each and every pick is so nice. I din't try burnt garlic in rice items, delicious recipe.

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  39. Oh dear, this looks so good! Fantastic recipe and wonderful presentation!

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  40. awesome recipe..loved it
    fab cliks..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  41. looks gorgeous and awesome clicks:)
    http://indiantastyfoodrecipes.blogspot.com

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  42. Love the flavor of burnt garlic. Great presentation. Superb.

    Hamsamalini Chandeasekaran,
    www.indianrecipecorner.com

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  43. Wow this one is quite flavorful and nice presentation too

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  44. Looks delicious and tempting.Nice clicks

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  45. Clicks are fab and the dish is rocking! Love the burnt garlic flavor in rice

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