Jul 11, 2008


This is an Indo-chinese version with my twist I hope you people like this version,and here I go with the recipe...
What we need is......

2 cups rice[ one day old rice will give good results or cook rice in the morning and make fryed rice for dinner]
1/2 cup-carrot finely chopped
1/2 cup french beans-chopped
200 gms mushrooms-chopped
3 cloves garlic-chopped
1 inch piece ginger chopped
1bundel green onion chopped
1 tesp-soya sauce
1tesp-pepper powder
salt to taste

Heat oil in a wok add chopped garlic,chopped ginger and white part of green onion and fry for few sec. then add vegetables one by one do this process in a high flame only ,keep stiring continously first add chopped carrot fry for a while then add beans chopped and mushrooms fry till vegetables are half cooked now add soya sauce[keep flame in low] vinegar stir once and add cooked rice and add salt, MSG,pepper powder and remove from fire add chopped green onion and cover with a lid and leave when you are ready to serve mix at that time well and serve

Serve hot with any manchurian.
2 cups-finely chopped cabbage
1 inch piece-ginger finely chopped
2 cloves-garlic chopped
1 bunch-spring onion finely chopped
corn starch-3tebsps
salt to taste
oil for deep frying
Mix all above ingredients in a bowl and make small lemon size balls[don't use any water vegetables leave there juices while mixing that moisture is enough] and heat oil in a deep frying pan[kadai] and fry this balls in to golden colour remove from oil and keep a side.

spring onion finely chopped-1cup
ginger finely chopped-1inch piece
garlic-2 cloves finely chopped
2 green chillis-chopped finely
2 tebsp-tomato sauce
soya sauce-1tebsp
corn starch-1 tebsp
water-1 cup
1/2 tesp-MSG[optional]
salt to taste
Heat oil in a wok add chopped ginger garlic white part of green onion and fry for few min.
then add soya sauce,tomato sauce, chopped green chillis now add corn starch disolved in 1 cup of water mix well and add salt to taste ,MSG, manchurian balls remove from fire mix well and sprinkle chopped green onion and serve hot
When ever you are preparin chinese you just add all sauses amd msg the remove from fire and mix well this will give your dish a nice chinese aroma


Ramya Bala said...

Thas a nice recippe..I also have posted earlier with a fried rice n veg manchurian recipe...

A&N said...

great recipe! sounds nice and spicy :)

Priti said...

Ahh today only I saw someone else too posted fried rice and manchurian but it was baby corn one...nags I guess and now you. Now I should say like Vani ...friend rice, manchurian everywhere :-)..
inbtw both looks just yummy..

Myviews said...

My all time favorite..looks yummy.. Nice recepie..

notyet100 said...

looks yummy,,,,thnks for haldi wala doodh ka recipe..i am much better today....combo looks great..

Sireesha said...

I also love fried rice and veg manchurian......Looks yummy and great!!!!!!!!

Madhavi said...

All time fav....looks mouth-drooling, wanna eat right now ;-)

Devi Priya said...

I am just visitng from a fried rice and here is one more.. wow, nice post. I have a surprise for you in my blog.

Devi Priya said...

I have a surprise for you in my blog. Nice post.