Singapore Vegetable Fried Rice Recipe

Singapore Vegetable Fried Rice
Singapore Vegetable Fried Rice
                             My kids call the Singapore Vegetable Fried Rice as peri peri veg fried rice.  A quick and easy to make rice dish. pls note that the results might differ in appearance as well in taste, if you do not use Nando’s peri peri sauce. Nando’s outlets are open in major cities in india too like Bangalore, Delhi, Chandigarh and this sauce is available for sale in all outlets. It can be used for a variety of dishes from pasta, noodles to grilled chicken recipes. This tastes much different from our Indochinese style fried rice.
Ingredients
1 cup uncooked long grain rice (cook to keep the rice grainy)
2 tbsps garlic chopped small
3 tbsps olive or sesame oil
1/8 tsp pepper
veggies (you can use broccoli and mushrooms too)
½ cup leeks or spring onions
½ cup of bell peppers (red, green and yellow)
¼ cup of carrots coarsely shredded
1 green chilies slit or chopped
sauces
½ tbsp. vinegar
2 to 3  tbsps peri peri sauce (I used Nando’s, there is no substitute for this)
2 tbsps Light Soya sauce
1 tbsp chili garlic sauce (Maggie)
Method
1. Heat oil in a wok on a high flame, add garlic and sauté to get an aroma
2. All the leeks, chili and carrots, toss for 2 mins
3. Add capsicums, drizzle some salt and continue frying till they are half done, do not fry for long as they tend to turn soggy soon

4. Add in all the rice evenly

5. Mix all the sauces and pour on the rice evenly. Add pepper pow and toss on a high flame for 2 mins
Ready to serve

Peri peri veg fried rice
Peri peri veg fried rice
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Comments

  1. says

    Hi Swasthi, love your colourful fried rice. Look really delicious. I don&#39;t mind to have 2 plates, please.:)<br /><br />Have a nice weekend, regards.

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