Egg Corn Fried Rice Recipe-How To Make Egg Corn Fried Rice
Egg Corn fried rice recipe is a simple and easy-to-make recipe of corn with just a few ingredients. You can prepare this with either leftover or fresh rice.
To get a perfect tune, just keep your eyes when you boil the rice. It should not be over boiled.
Ingredients of Egg Corn Fried Rice Recipe
Rice boiled -1 cup (Either basmati or the normal one)
Onion sliced-1 medium sized
Green chilly 2-3 (sliced)
Vegetables- 1/4 cup (optional)
Sweet corn (boiled)-1/4 cup
Pepper powder-1 tablespoon
Soy sauce -1/4 tablespoon
Tomato sauce-1/4 tablespoon
Red chilly-a pinch
Ghee -1/2 tablespoon
Curry & Coriander leaves
Salt and water-as needed
Steps for Egg Corn Fried Rice Recipe
Wash and soak the rice and drain the water. Keep it dry for 10 minutes before to start.
Heat the pan with 1/4 tablespoon of ghee then gently fry the rice until it gets moisture free. (It will make the rice to a quick boil and a splitless.)
Boil the rice and leave it to cool. (2 whistles & don’t over boil)
Heat oil in the medium flame once hot add curry leaves, chilly and onion then fries until it gets transparent.
Then add Vegetables, baby corn with a pinch of salt continue to cook until it gets a boil. (stir often)
Meanwhile, break and pour the egg in a bowl add a pinch of salt and red chilly power then beat the mix quite well.
Heat 1/4 tablespoon of oil in the pan then add egg mix, blend until it becomes a fluffy scramble. once it has done switch off the flame.
Once the vegetables and corn boiled add rice, soy sauce, tomato sauce with required salt then mix it thoroughly.
Continue to cook under a low flame about 3-5 minutes.
Now add scrambled egg and pepper powder then stir the mix eventually then switch off the flame.
Finally, spray the ghee and garnish with coriander leaves.
Your simple and delicious healthy egg corn rice is ready to serve.
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