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Schezwan Fried Rice

Posted by Sneha on March 13, 2007

The last weekend, we had some friends come over and while I was wondering what rice dish to make, I came across this very appetizing Schezwan Fried rice  recipe here. Thanks Seema, for a mouthwatering recipe.

I followed Seema’s recipe for the most part, except for just a few subtle changes and additions.



2 cups Basmati rice or long grain rice
1/2 each of green, yellow and red bellpeppers
1/2 cup baby corn
1/2 cup snow peas
1/2 cup beans
1/2 cup Bokchoy (Chinese cabbage)
1/2 cup broccoli
1 big onion cut into big pieces
1 Jalapeno, minced
4 green chillies
1 bunch spring onions chopped
2 tsp ginger garlic paste
2 tbsp Ching’s Schezwan sauce
2 tbsp Soya sauce
1/2 tsp black pepper powder
4 tbsp olive oil
Salt to taste


1. Wash and cook rice, taking care to see that the grains are separate.
2. Heat oil, saute onions, ginger garlic paste, jalapenos and green chillies.
3. Add vegetables, with beans and broccoli first then add baby corn, bell peppers, snow peas and finally, bokchoy, and stir fry in that order(harder vegetables first).
5. See to that the vegetables are not “cooked”; should be al-dente, crisp.
6. Add the schezwan sauce and soya sauce and salt.
7. Add rice and mix thoroughly, finally add the chopped spring onions and mix well.

Serve with any Chinese side dish like chilli paneer or Gobi Manchurian. Even tastes good as is.


8 Responses to “Schezwan Fried Rice”

  1. sri said

    very colourful, Attractive and mouthwatering.

  2. harry0803 said

    I tried on this recipe, and it turned out awesome. Thanks for sharing this recipe. The only thing I changes was to use 3 tbsp of schezwan sauce to turn up the heat a notch!!

  3. ebim said

    I thought this was easy to make and it was delicious…actually I plan to make it often. Thanks for sharing.

  4. sitaram said

    i tried this receipe…it was marvellous..& delicious……mmmmmm yummy….

  5. Chiku said

    Cant wait to try this recipe. Looks super yummy!

  6. Melissa said

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  8. Bindu said

    looks yummy,

    will try soon, not tried any sauce other than tomato and chilly!

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