Fried rice is loved across all age groups.


  • Fried rice is one of the best ways to add more flavour to plain rice
  • Egg fried rice is one of the most popular rice dishes around
  • Here is how you can make it at home and add more protein to your meals

Let’s just agree that fried rice is one of the most delicious ways to spruce up a boring bowl of rice. Tossed in a host of veggies and spices, fried rice is one of the most loved Asian dishes across the world. Not only does it lends a flavourful touch to regular rice but also makes it a yummy addition or side dish to a host of delicious gravies. Picture a tempting bowl of fried rice served with mouth-watering gravy Manchurian, slurping aren’t you?

Egg fried rice is one of the most popular and perhaps the easiest dishes to make at home. Besides being exceptionally tasty, it is also a great way to add more protein to your diet. While you might’ve tried fried rice countless times at many Asian restaurants or the food vans across the country, but a bowl of homemade fried rice is unmatched. Got some leftover rice at home? There can’t be a better way to use it all up! The best part about fried rice is that one can add as many or less ingredients, depending on how one prefers. Don’t like too many veggies? Fret not; you can skip the veggies. But if you are some who love crunchy carrots, beans or onions in their fried rice, feel free to add more of them.

(Also Read: 5 Best Leftover Rice Recipes)


Egg Fried Rice Recipe:

We have got a quick, easy and ridiculously simple egg fried rice recipe that one can prepare in about 30 minutes. This recipe starts with making fresh rice but you can use leftover rice too, if you have. And all you need to do is to toss the rice with soy sauce, vinegar, onion, chilli sauce and celery over high heat; stir-fry them and add the scrambled eggs on top. You may add more veggies, if you like.

Find the recipe of making egg fried rice here.

Egg fried rice can be an excellent option for a quick dinner or lunch. One can even pack it in kid’s tiffin and a delicious option to satiate hunger pangs. Pair it with a flavourful Asian gravy and it can amp up your menu for a stellar dinner party!

Try it at home and let us know your experience in the comments section below.

About Aanchal MathurAanchal doesn’t share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.

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