Friday, September 5, 2008

Indo Chinese Corn Fried Rice





Preparation :-

  • Take 1/2 glass of basmati rice ( 125 gms appx) wash it and soak it in sufficient water for 30 mins.

  • In mean time take 1 sweet corn cob , peel out its skin . Takeout its seeds . For this just take a knife and run it vertically.

  • Take a bowl take this corn seeds . Add sufficient water and add 1/4 tspn salt . Boil this in cooker for 4 whistles .

  • When pressure goes off strain the water.

  • Take a big bowl add 2 glasses of water , 1 clove , 1 cinnamon , 1 cardamom , 1/4 tspn shajeera , 2 tspns salt and 1 tspn oil . Boil this fully . While boiling add drained rice and cook it till done and strain it . Cool it in a plate / strainer.

  • Chop 1 big onion & 3 green chillies .

  • Soak pinch of saffron in warm milk and rub it nicely.

  • Heat a pan add 1 tspn oil and 1 tspn ghee . When heated add 1 cardamom , 1 clove , 1 " cinnamon stick , 1 marati mogga , mace , 1 star anise , 2 bayleaves and pinch of shajeera.

  • Next add chopped green chillies and onion and fry them nicely .

  • When onion turns golden add 1/2 tspn freshly grounded ginger garlic paste .

  • Add 1/4 tspn pepper powder , 1/2 tspn azinomoto , 1/2 tspn everest shahi biryani masala .

  • Mix nicely and after 2 mins add boiled and strained sweet corn . Add little salt also.

  • Fry them for 2 mins . Add 2 tspns soya sauce. Mix nicely.

  • After 5 mins add cooked rice and mix well . ( check the taste)

  • Add saffron milk over it . Mix it and serve hot.

3 Comments:

  1. Rajani Rayudu said...
    Hi Preeti,
    Chala variety ga vundi. Badrachalem gurindhi rasaru baga vundi, nenu inka chudaledu, kakinada lo vundi annalu, even golconda adi koda pelli ayyaka hyd vachi.
    Ofcourse ventane vachesenu ikadadiki, so no travelling. Kani miru rasthunte chudali anipisthundi.

    Mi double ka meetha koda bavundhi, photos super.

    cheers
    rajani
    MY WORLD OF RECIPES said...
    Hi rajini , thx a lot for ur lovely comments . after few days i will update abt Papikondalu . Its a very serene place.
    bye,
    preethi.
    Devi said...
    Hi preethi...
    Good work!!!
    Nice recipes and nice exåeriments too...And wonderful to share your recipes like this.Thank a lot.
    As said by Rajani rayudu abt Double ka Meetha..i dont see any sweets in ur blog...whr can I find it??
    And abt Badrachalam...also plss!!!

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