Sep 3, 2015

Vegetable Fried Rice With Schezwan Vegettables and chilli paneer

Today combination is Indo- Chinese recipe. These Indo-Chinese recipes are very popular in India. This Indo -Chinese cuisine is a combination of Indian taste and Chinese flavors. Actually this cuisine is developed by  a small Chinese community which migrated to India over a century back. Now this cuisine is spreading all over India and becoming very popular
                                                                    For my third day combo I made a combo meal from this very popular Indio - Chinese cuisine. At home hubby and my mother are the big fans of this recipes. Like my mother likes Manchurian very much and hubby likes fried rice with any gravy or dry dishes like Munchurian, chilli paneer and gobi 65
So let's check what I made for today's combo...
 photo ccom.jpg For Chilli Paneer ( you can use tofu in the place of paneer)
INGREDIENTS:---
Paneer  ----  250 grams
Spring onion white part  ---  1/4 cup chopped
Spring onion greens part  ----  3 tab sp chopped
Garlic --- 1 tab sp chopped
Ginger  ----  1 tab sp chopped
Vinegar  ---  1 tea sp
Sugar  ---   2 tea sp
Tomato sauce  ---  1 tab sp
Green capsicum  ---  one inch pieces 1/2 cup
Yellow capsicum  ---  one inch pieces 1/4 cup
Red capsicum  ---  one inch pieces  1/4 cup
Corn flour   ----  1 tab sp diluted in 5 tab sp of water
Red chilli paste  ---  1 tea sp 
Soya sauce  ---  2 tea sp
Salt to taste
Oil  ---  2 tab sp
 photo chip.jpg FOR MARINATION: ---
Ginger garlic paste  ---  1 tea sp
Black pepper powder  --- 1/4 tea sp
One tab sp corn flour diluted in five tabsp of water
 photo chp.jpg METHOD:---
1. Mix all the marination ingredients in a bowl mix well.
2. Cut paneer in to half inch pieces and add to the marination and mix to coat well and leave a side for 15 minutes.
3. Heat oil in a pan and add marinated paneer pieces and fry till golden both sides..
4. Remove paneer pieces from oil and set a side.
5. Now to the same pan add chopped ginger and garlic and saute on a high flame for a while.
6. Then add chopped spring onion white part and fry for two minutes then add capsicum pieces.
7. Fry capsicum pieces on a high flame for two minutes.
8. Now add red chilli paset, soya sauce, vinegar, sugar give a good stir then add fried paneer pieces and stir well for one minute on a high flame, add salt to taste mix well.
9. Add corn flour water mix well to combine every thing and toss for one more minute. By the time every thing you add will coat on paneer and capsicum pieces.
10. Switch off the heat and sprinkle with half chopped spring onion green part mix well.
Serve hot sprinkle with more chopped spring onion green part and serve with vegetable fried rice or as a starter
Here is my fried rice recipe..
Will come back soon with Schezwan Vegetables recipe...



  

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20 comments:

Srivalli said...

Oh Padma, the entire platter looks so sinful!..can have it right away!

Usha said...

Wonderful combo and all most all Indians are big fan of Indo-Chinese cuisine. Will looks forward to your Schezwan vegetable recipe.

Usha said...

Btw, the background looks familiar. :)

Padma Rekha said...

:)yes Usha you know that background very well...

vaishali sabnani said...

Wow that's a lovely platter Padma, it is so inviting. All the dishes are so tempting.

The Pumpkin Farm said...

my favorite option to cook and eat at home if not indian...this is beautifully made...

Sapana Behl said...

That is one delicious combo , my family loves it.

Harini-Jaya R said...

Very inviting, Padma. Love the platter.

Srividhya said...

Looks heavenly. I wish I could get that bowl

sneha datar said...

Nice presentation looks so inviting.

Priya Suresh said...

My god, fried rice,chilly paneer and schzewan vegetables are calling me to finish those irresistible dishes rite now, especially the chilly paneer makes me drool.

Nivedhanams Sowmya said...

amazing combo.... love it...

Priya Srinivasan said...

This is atrocious, it is lunch time here and i have made only a simple dal, and this platter is making me very very hungry!!!
That paneer is awesome padma, mouth-watering combo!

vaishali sabnani said...

Fantastic Padma..this is my favorite..I really feel like digging in.

Padmajha PJ said...

Same pinch Padma Rekha, I too made something similar. Your platter looks inviting...

Kalyani said...

Such a beautiful platter .. My elder kid loves this Combo and I like it too ! Liked the paneer especially

Pavani N said...

My husband loves Indo-Chinese food and your combo sounds just perfect to serve him. Thanks for the delicious combo idea.

Suma Gandlur said...

My husband would like to dig in that platter. :) One classic combo from the Indo-Chinese cooking.

Preeti Garg said...

Love Chinese food which makes me hungry anytime.

Chef Mireille said...

a great combo from the cuisine