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Spinach Fry & Peas Fried Rice - Desi Style

Spinach Fry & Peas Fried Rice - Desi Style

This one is made by DH as I was late from office yesterday..fried rice using left over rice and saag both tasted just delicious....here is the simple recipes. Palak Saag/Spinach Fry




Ingredients:
Spinach - 1 bunch
Onion - 1 large

Potato - 1 large

Green Chili - 2-3

Garlic - 3 pods

Cumin Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Turmeric - 1/4 tsp

Red chili powder - 1 tsp [optional]

Salt - to taste

Oil - 2-3 tbs


Method
:

1. Wash the chop the spinach, garlic, slice onion, dice potato, chilies.


2. In a pan heat oil, add cumin seed allow to splutter. Add garlic and fry until golden brown.


3. Add onion, chilies and fry till onion turns brown, add potato and cook for 2mins.


4. Now add turmeric and red chili powder mix well and cook until potato is almost cook or for 5-6 mins.


5. Now add the spinach and mix well. Cook for 3 mins add salt and cook for another 2-3 mins. Server hot with rot/rice.
This one goes to Sowmya's SWC: Cooking with Greens, event started by Lakshmi

Peas Fried Rice



Ingredients
:

Cooked Rice - 1 cup

Peas - 2 tbs

Onion - 1

Cumin Seeds - 1/2 tsp
Turmeric - 1/4 tsp

Red chili powder - 1 tsp

Salt - to taste

Coriander leaves - 1tbs chopped [ optional]

Oil - 2 tbs


Method
:

1. Boil the peas if you are using fresh ones or thaw the frozen peas.


2. In a pan heat oil, add cumin seed allow to splutter. Add sliced onion and cook until golden brown.


3. Add peas and cook for 1 min. Add turmeric and chili powder, salt and mix well.


4. Now add the cooked rice give a good stir and cook for 2 more mins.


5. Garnish with chopped coriander leaves


Rice goes to Nag's Monthly Mingle #33 - Ravishing Rice Recipes event started by Meeta

32 comments:

  1. Oh wow lucky you.....saag looks delish....vibrant color for that fried rice...looks yum...

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  2. Yum Yum DH's Spinach sabji is impressive and the Peas fried rice looks simply marvellous.

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  3. Hey... nice and tempting preparation by DH. :)

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  4. Delicious...i love spinach fry looks very tasty and peas fried rice too looks simple to make..thanks for sharing :)

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  5. Lucky gal...ur Hubby cooks??
    My husband does not even know atleast whr the spoons are placed in my kitchen..

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  6. Wow tha tlooks really fried and delicous.

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  7. wowwwwwww....this looks delicious.........
    perfect snap.. :)

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  8. looks like aloo methi naa...thanks for a delicious entry..rice looks wonderful too...lucky you!!hubby cooking for you..great!!!

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  9. Thanks Priti. Couldn't take the kids to India or leave them here alone as long as they were young all these years. At last, I made it alone after 18yrs! :D

    Have fun, see you in Fall.

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  10. Lovely spinach fry and peas fried rice... nice preparations by ur hubby and that's cool ...lucky you :)

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  11. exactly the way i like palak saag!!

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  12. Wow...both look so tasty, nice clicks :)

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  13. Spinach fry looks yumm ,lov the color...

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  14. Mmmm - the peas and fried rice looks really, really delicious.

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  15. wow! looks yummy ! new recipe to me ..:) rice is my fav !

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  16. This a wonderful and flavorsome dish make a more substantial meal. Love the aroma ...

    Thanks for sharing such a wonderful Meal:)

    And you can visit me if I can visit you:)

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  17. Spinach fry n fried rice looks so delectable! You are very lucky to have a hubby who has a passion for cooking :)

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  18. Priti both the fried rice and Palak saag are making me hungry!!! perfectly paired!!!

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  19. your fried rice looks delicious !!!!

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  20. The spinach bhaji looks yum! And I love the simplicity of your peas rice

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  21. Woww Priti, u r so lucky yaa...Spinach saag looks amazing and peas fried rice makes me hungry yaa!!

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  22. Lucky girl..all dishes looks delicious..love the photos

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  23. That potato Saag is abs hit..!! loved it Priti..:)

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  24. Spinach bhaji looks yummy. I went to India for my brothers marriage. This time, I had a restless days in India.

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  25. both the dishes look so tempting and yummy!!

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  26. Thank U ladies :-)....am sure lucky ...;)

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  27. that looks awesome!!! love the spinach curry.

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