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Teriyaki Vegetable fried rice - Vegetable fried rice with homemade teriyaki fried rice - Rice recipe

Whenever we go to Subway my kids order Teriyaki chicken sandwich (yes they are not vegetarian. However I don't cook Non - veg at home) Last time during our holiday trip I had  tasted Teriyaki tofu. It tasted good. I initially thought Teriyaki can go well with only meat food. But this changed my thinking. I decided to try it out with Fried rice. My kids loved it. If you haven't tried before do try it out. I have done homemade teriyaki sauce. For quick one can try with sauce available at stores( I haven't tried though)
Ingredients:

For Teriyaki sauce

Soya sauce - 1/4 cup
Brown sugar - 1 tablespoon
Honey - 1 tablespoon
Garlic - 4 pods (finely chopped)
Rice vinegar - 1.5 tablespoon (I have seen store bottle ingredients with Mirin)
Ginger - 1/2 teaspoon (minced finely)
Corn Strach - 1 tablespoon (mix with 1/4 cup of water)
Sesame oil - 1 teaspoon
Roasted Sesame seeds - 1 tablespoon

For Fried rice

Cooke Rice - 2 cups (I have used brown rice)
Mixed Vegetable - 1 cup
Spring onion - 1/2 cup (green part)
Oil - 1 teaspoon (Gingerly oil)
White part of spring onion - 1 teaspoon
Garlic - 4 pods (chopped finely)
Green chillies - 1
Salt to taste
Pepper powder - As per taste

Method:

For Sauce

Combine all the ingredients under sauce ingredients and boil it in low flame till nice thick creamy sauce formed. Continue to stir. Let it cool down. Store it in air tight container and store it in fridge
For Rice
Heat the pan with oil. Fry Chopped Pineapple for 2 mins remove it from the pan. Add bottom part of spring onion, Green chillies, Garlic and fry till transparent. 
Add mixed vegetables and salt and cook it. Vegetbles should be cooked still very crisp. Add Sauce and Pepper powder and mix well. Add cooked rice, Spring onion and mix well. 
Add coriander leaves, fried Pineapple and mix well. Switch it off
Serve hot

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3 comments:

  1. Everything home made is just wow... it would be amazing with noodles too, right?

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    1. Yes Rafee, It would go well with Noodles too

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  2. Looks so yummy.. I love these one pot meals

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