(+easy to get ingredients) How to make delicious affordable fried rice this Christmas period

how to make delicious and affordable fried rice
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How to make delicious affordable fried rice this yuletide period

If you are a fried rice junkie like me, and always desire to eat fried rice every time, just like, here are the easy to get ingredients you need to make your fried rice. Also, the procedure is very simple.

I will be sharing two different methods with you. Note that you don’t need to use all those recipes if you can’t afford them. You can make fried rice using only carrots, onion, onion leaf, green pepper, rodo pepper, thyme, curry, seasoning cube, and salt.

parboiled or cooked Rice
Green pepper
Mixed vegetables
Sweet Peas
Sweet Corn
Green Beans
Rodo pepper
Beef/ Liver
Season cubes
Curry powder
Meat source or chicken source

Method one
Cook your rice in the meat or chicken source; cook till it is almost done and not soggy.
Pour vegetable oil in another pot and fry the onion, rodo pepper, onion leaf, carrot, sweet corn, beef liver, green beans, and sweet peas
Add the thyme, curry powder, seasoning cubes, and salt, and stir for some time.
Pour in the almost cooked rice, stir for some time, and leave it on fire.
Your fried rice is ready to be eaten.

Method two
Parboil the rice.
Add the parboiled rice to the stock and cook until the water is dried up.
Preheat the oil in a pan, throw in the onions and fry for a minute or two.
Add the scallions, mixed vegetables, thyme, curry powder, salt, and stock Cube.
Throw in the beef liver and rice. Stir-fry for about 3 to 5 Minutes.
Take it off the heat and serve.

Note the following:
You can add a little cayenne pepper if you like some heat!
Don’t over boil your Rice before frying it, else, it will be soggy.
Let your Veggies be crunchy, don’t overcook them.


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