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Peas Fried Rice

by Shyamali Sinha

Peas Fried Rice, an aromatic super-quick fried rice recipe under 30 minutes that won’t disappoint you! 

And, if you want to use leftover cooked rice, then it will take less than 10 minutes from start to finish to cook and serve the fried rice on the plate.

The fluffy Basmati rice flavoured with Bengali style Whole Garam Masala, means green cardamom, clove and cinnamon and ground Garam masala. The sweetness from the peas, crunch of cashews and ginger flavour base, this is a rice dish that will jazz up any meal.

Possibilities to serve and enjoy!

After a hectic day, for a quick meal, it’s one of the quickest ways to give a delicious twist on your leftover rice and enjoy with roast chicken, fried fish or with an omelette.

 It is a stress-free rice dish for entertainment with friends and family. Serve with any Indian curries like 

Peas Fried Rice in a meal
Peas Fried Rice in a meal

What will you need for the dish?-  This peas fried rice is a pantry and freezer staple recipe. To make this recipe, from your pantry you need Basmati rice, whole spices such as cardamom, cloves, dried bay leaf, cashews and frozen peas from your freezer. If you are someone who doesn’t cook Indian food daily basis, even you can make this flavoursome fried rice and, you don’t need to make a trip to the Indian grocery store to buy the spices, and you can find all these spices easily on your local supermarket.

What type of rice do you need?

Try to get the very good quality of aged Basmati rice. This is a very simple fried rice recipe. You don’t need a lot of ingredients to make the dish, so make sure you are using a very good quality of basmati rice to get the maximum flavour of this fried rice.

Peas fried rice by Foodie's Hut
Peas Fried Rice

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