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Onion Fried Rice Recipe: The Perfect Way to Deal with Left Over Rice

If you have ever thought what you could do with the boiled rice you made on weekdays, this onion fried rice recipe could be the perfect way to add some zing to your left over rice, the North Indian way.
Fortunately, this recipe does not require too many unfamiliar ingredients and is perfectly suitable for my Western audience.
This could be the easiest way to turn out the equivalent of the great Indian Pulao without breaking into a sweat.

fried rice

Ingredients
Cooked rice-2 cups
Onion sliced- 2 medium size
Cumin seeds (Jeera)-1/2 teaspoon
Green Cardamom (Chhoti elaichi)-2
Cinnamon (Dalchini)-1/2 inch
Cloves (Laung)-4
Bay leaf (Tejpatta)-1
Clarified butter (Ghee)-1 tablespoon
Salt to taste
Sugar-1/4 teaspoon (dissolved in 2 tablespoon water)
Method
Place a small wok (kadhai) on your heat source.
Add the clarified butter (Ghee).
When the butter warms up, add the cumin seeds along with the cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and bay leaves. Stir a little.
As soon as it starts giving off a nice aroma, in less than a minute, add the onion slices. Do please make sure that the spices brown and not burn, otherwise your dish will be totally spoiled.
Fry till the onions become nicely golden brown.
Add the rice. Mix well.
Now, add the salt and the sugar which has already been dissolved in water. Stir again to mix well.
Switch off the heat source and take out the rice.
Enjoy!!!
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 2 minutes
Total time: 7 minutes
Have a nice weekend!
For more such recipes, refer to my book The Ultimate Guide to Cooking Rice the Indian Way’.

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