Tuesday, 3 December 2013

I was about to post this last week, but was busy with our Thanksgiving celebrations. I know this is a very common recipe and most of us know to prepare but I bet getting the right taste is the biggest challenge, many does it in different ways, the one which I have tried is making the masala separate and then mixing it up with the rice, which is easiest method and tastiest as well. It’s my BF’s favorite recipe of mine, and never gets bored out of it, even if I cook for more than twice a week :)

You could add the desired meat in this, however the egg should be used, meat anything like chicken, shrimp it’s your choice and same for vegetables with your choices like beans, carrot, cauliflower. I added the same but with red and green capsicums to add some colors to it. It’s good to serve with tomato ketchup for kids, as they love the fried rice and the noodles varieties, or with any chicken curry which you can find it with my ghee rice combination. Here you go with the making ENJOY!! :) And this is for you Shanmu :) (My best buddy who was asking me to post this from several days)

  • Basmati Rice Cooked- 1 Cup
  • Chicken pieces cooked (pressure cooker it for 2 whistles)- half cup
  • Eggs- 2
  • Carrot- 1 sliced thinly
  • Onion- 1 Large
  • Green chilies- few
  • Spring Onions- a bunch
  • Beans- 3 sliced
  • Red and green capsicums- 1 sliced thinly
  • Soya sauce- 1 Tspn
  • Vinegar- 1 Tspn
  • Pepper Crushed powder- 2 Tspn
  • Salt- To Taste
  • Curry Leaves- Few
  • Oil- 2 Tspn


  • Separate the chicken pieces to small pieces and remove the bones if you cooked with bones and keep separate.
  • Bake the vegetables separately and keep aside.(Use microwave oven for 10 minutes to boil the veggies) and keep separate.
  • In a separate pan, pour oil, add curry leaves, and when it cracks up add the ginger garlic paste, onions, green chilies and spring onions and sauté well.
  • After the onion gets cooked well, add the eggs and sauté continuously without burning it at the bottom, sauté until you get a proper dried scrambled egg.
  • Add the soya sauce, vinegar and pepper powder with salt and sauté again.
  • After the masala smell goes off, add the baked chicken pieces and sauté again.
  • Now mix well the prepared masala to the cooked rice. Add salt if required.

"Add the required salt when you adding the sauces for the perfect taste.

Adjust the pepper powder as per your spice level.

After adding egg you should stir continuously else it may get burnt at the bottom."




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