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BellPepper Wasabi Fried Rice


Wasabi is called as Japanese horseradish and used in Japanese cuisine. The paste form of wasabi is usually served in sushi restaurants. Nowadays, wasabi flavoured munchies are also available in the markets. It has a strong pungent and spicy flavour. So, be careful while adding it to the dish. According to the quantity of wasabi used in this recipe, the rice is not spicy but it gives a lovely flavour. This is a perfect lunchbox recipe which can be served with Tomato sauce or manchurian.


Ingredients :

3/4 Cup Basmati Rice, Cooked 
1 Tbsp Garlic, Finely chopped
1/4 Cup Spring onion bulbs, Chopped 
1 Cup Coloured Bell peppers, Finely chopped 
2 Tbsp Basil leaves, Chopped 
1 1/2 Tsp Wasabi paste ( If you like it spicy, increase the quantity ) 
1/2 Tsp Soya Sauce ( I have used dark soya sauce ) 
1 Tsp Pepper powder 
Salt to taste 
1/4 Cup Spring onion leaves, finely chopped 
1 1/2 Tbsp Oil 

Method :

Heat oil in a pan and add finely chopped garlic.

Fry till the aroma comes out and add chopped spring onion bulbs.

Saute and add coloured bell peppers followed by chopped basil leaves.

Add wasabi paste followed by soya sauce and few spring onion leaves. 

Cook it in a medium flame for a minute and add the cooked rice. 

Mix well without breaking the rice.

Add pepper powder and the required amount of salt. Mix well.

Garnish with spring onion leaves and remove from the flame. 

Serve hot. 


Serving Options :

Serve with Tomato sauce or Manchurian. 


Comments

  1. Your fried rice look delicious - I love home made fried rice dishes!

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  2. Fried rice looks delicious.. would love to try it as the wasabi flavour sounds interesting

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  3. I love veggie rice and I am always looking to add new flavours. Adding Wasabi is very innovative and I will definitely try this.

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