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Fried Rice with Cilantro

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Ingredients

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2 carrots, chopped
2 sticks celery, finely chopped
4 mushrooms, diced
1 onion, chopped
1 cup rice
½ cup soya sauce
1 cup sesame seeds
cilantro, chopped
sunflower oil
salt – to taste
freshly ground black pepper – to taste
water – as needed

Nutritional information

1126
calories
56.64 g
carbohydrates
38.64 g
protein
93.03 g
fat
1241 mg
sodium
0 mg
cholesterol

Fried Rice with Cilantro

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
    • 30 mins
    • Serves 4
    • Easy

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    A staple in most Asian countries, the unique quality of fried rice is how it is grainy in consistency and not clumped together. Loaded with vegetables, it is a complete meal which can be rustled up quickly. This dish is a part of most Chinese menus and is one of the most popular Chinese takeout enjoyed with copious amounts of sauces.

    Make this fried rice on a day when you have a mix of vegetables in your fridge and you want o use them all up. Tweak a recipe and add scrambled eggs to make a delicious egg fried rice.

    Health Benefits

    Rice supplies energy and helps fight inflammation.

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    How to make Fried Rice with Cilantro

    • Heat the sunflower oil in a pan on low heat.
    • Add chopped onions, fry until light brown and add the chopped vegetables.
    • Add salt and freshly ground black pepper and fry the vegetables on low heat until they are partially cooked.
    • To a pot, add a glass of water, salt and sunflower oil.
    • Add rice to it when the water boils, and cover the pot to let the rice cook on medium flame for 5 to 10 minutes.
    • Add the cooked rice to the pan with vegetables, spoon in the soya sauce and keep cooking for another 5 minutes.
    • Sprinkle the sesame seeds and cilantro leaves, stir well.

    Trivia

    • Rice is the oldest known food on earth. It can be dated back to almost 5000 years ago!
    • Asia produces 90% of the world’s total rice produce and consumes it as well.

    Sara Miller

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