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Sunday, June 23, 2013

Home cooked vegetarian food recipe - Vegetarian Fried Rice

Here is another vegetarian dish that sometimes we prepare for our yoga retreat guests here in Langkawi.

Vegetarian Fried Rice (serves 2-3 people)

About 3 cups cold cooked Basmati rice

10 baby sweet corns, halved and cut into about an inch long

About 4 long beans, cut into an inch long, or chopped coarsely

1 carrot, peeled and chopped coarsely

About 6 sweet peas, halved

About an inch cube of ginger, chopped finely

About 5-6 cloves of garlic, chopped finely

1 small red or green chilly, deseeded and chopped finely

A bit of cooking oil

1 egg (optional)

Salt and black pepper to taste

Sesame oil (optional)

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Heat up the non-stick wok and oil in medium heat. Add ginger, garlic and chilly. Fried until fragrant.

Add baby sweet corns, stir evenly for about 1 minute. Add long beans and carrots, a bit salt and pepper, and stir for another few moments.

Add sweet peas and cooked rice. Stir evenly until all mixed well. If the rice is too dry, can add a tiny splash of hot boiling water. Add salt and pepper to taste.

Turn the heat to low, make an empty space in the centre of the wok, add an egg. After a few seconds, turn the heat back to medium and mixed the rice into the egg and stir for a few more moments mixing the egg evenly into all the rice.

Turn off the heat and serve hot immediately.

If you like sesame oil, you can add a little bit into the fried rice before serving.

Bon Appétit!

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