Chicken Fried Rice


Basmati Rice - 1/4 kg
Chicken – 150 gms
Egg – 2 (beat it well with enough salt)
Onion – 1 should be big in size (finely chopped)
Beans – 100 gms (finely chopped)
Carrot – 100 gms (finely chopped)
Cabbage – 100 gms (finely chopped)
Spring Onion – ½ bunch (finely chopped)
Pepper Powder – 1 or 2 tbsp (according to your taste)
Chilly Powder – ½ tbsp
Rice Flour – 1 tbsp
Salt – to taste
Cooking Oil

Service For: 2 People
Cooking Time: 30 minutes

Cooking Instructions:

Measure the rice in a cup. For 1 cup of rice, take 1 ¾ cups of water. Wash the rice well and drain the excess water. Soak the rice in measured cup of water for 15 minutes. If the rice is soaked like this, it will look become lengthier in size and when cooked it gives a good look for basmati rice.

After 15 minutes of soaking, add the rice along with soaked water in a pressure cooker and bring them to boil. When it starts to boil, add required salt and close the lid of the cooker and wait for about 9 minutes. Open the cooker after pressure is released. Let the rice to cool for about 5 minutes. Instead of using a pressure cooker, if you use an electric cooker, the dish can be prepared easily and it looks great.

Cut the chicken into cubes and wash and clean it well. Marinate chicken with chilly powder, rice flour and enough salt to it. Let it remain for 10 minutes. Deep fry it in the oil and keep it aside.

In the meantime, you chop all the vegetables finely into small pieces. It should be chopped as finely as possible.

Heat about 50ml (or as you require) of oil in a deep pan and add chopped onion, and half of the beaten egg and sauté it well. When the egg is cooked well, add the remaining egg and let it cook well. Now add beans, carrot and cabbage and keep frying it in simmer flame. Now add chicken pieces to it and sauté it well. Meanwhile add one teaspoon (just 2 or 3 pinch) of salt and pepper powder to vegetables. Keep frying it until the vegetables are well cooked. It takes about 10 minutes in simmer flame. Now add spring onion to it and keep frying for 2 minutes. Add cooked rice to the pan and mix the rice well with cooked vegetables. Slowly stir it with a wooden spatula or any other blunt spatulas for 2 to 4 minutes. Do not use any sharp spatulas since the rice will be broken to pieces. Transfer the dish to a serving bowl. It requires no side dish at all.


Anisheetu said...

Hi good recipe.. added u on my blog roll...

Sireesha said...

Though I am vegetarian I am drooling over ur rice.Looks very delicious and love the color.....

Yesterday only I made Milk Rice for my daughter she liked it very much she ate it very quickly without giving any trouble to me.....Thanks srilekha for sharing such a nice recipe it is hit in my house.....

SriLekha said...

thanks anisheetu for adding me in ur blogroll! keep in touch!

SriLekha said...

thanks sireesha! ur daughter loved milk rice reipe of mine! oh thats great!

JZ @ Tasty treats said...

wow, its looks delicious sri! it really does...i am craving it already! (i havent even had breakfast!)...

usually i never pressure cook the rice for pulao and fried rice. i follow the open pot method..

notyet100 said...

nice one,..ur way of fryin chicken is quiet different..

Priti said...

Looks so yummy ...fried rice...and what a detailed yaar

SriLekha said...

thanks JZ! open pot method takes a long time for cooking and so i pressure cook it.

thanks priti detailed recipe bcoz everyone can understand it easily

Thanks priyanka of notyet

Vani said...

Picture looks so good, Srilekha! Love chicken fried rice! The cauliflower curry sounds really yum! And congrats on your awards! :)

SriLekha said...

thanks vani!

Mythreyi Dilip said...

Wow! excellent chicken fried rice, i loved the idea of marinating and frying the chicken. It surely gives a great look and taste!