Scrambled Egg Rice is a mildly flavored rice prepared with either fresh cooked rice or leftover rice. Whenever there is some leftover rice and am not in the mood to try some specialty dishes I opt for this easy rice preparation. This recipe is something that I have been tasting since childhood. Mom used to prepare this for me and I would call it the home-made fried rice as it tastes very similar. It is not spicy and hence perfectly suitable for kids. From a single serving you will be able to provide all nutrition that is required for the day. I have added paneer cubes to the rice but you can just prepare the recipe with eggs alone. The recipe provides, carbohydrates, protein from eggs, calcium from paneer and also other minerals from cabbage and onions. Try this and am sure you and your kids will love it. Serve with some chicken fry, spicy gravy or curry.
Total Preparation Time - 10 minutes
- Cooked rice - 2 cups (Leftover rice can be used)
- Eggs - 2
- Chopped onion - 1/2 cup
- Chopped cabbage - 1/2 cup
- Paneer / Cottage cheese - 100 grams (Optional)
- Chopped garlic - 2 spoons
- Pepper powder - 1/4 spoon
- Salt - As per taste
- Oil - 2 spoons + 1 spoon
- Beat eggs well add a pinch of salt, then scramble it in a wok/pan and set aside.
- Chop paneer into small cubes and add a pinch of salt and roast it in the same wok/pan that you have used for making scrambled eggs. Roast until the cubes turns slightly brownish. Set aside
- In another pan add 2 spoons of oil, after it heats up add chopped garlic and saute for a minute.
- Add chopped onions, cabbage and saute well until the onions turns slightly brownish.
- Now add salt, pepper powder and saute well.
- Add the scrambled eggs, and stir well.
- Now add the roasted paneer cubes and saute only for few seconds.
- Add cooked rice and stir well.
- Make sure the rice has got mixed well with the vegetables and scrambled eggs.
- Check for salt and add if necessary.
- Close the pan/wok cook on low flame for a minute.
- Remove from flame.
TIP 2: If you are going to use leftover rice be sure to steam it again well using a pressure cooker / reheat it using your method, then use it.
TIP 3: See that the cooked rice does not stick to each other, the grains should be separate.
Delicious Scrambled Egg Rice is ready, serve plain or with any spicy gravy!!
Its raining awards again!!
Now Preeti, from Indian Kitchen & Poorni from Easy & Homely Cookbook has shared the Liebster blog award with me
Kavi from Kavi's kitchen has shared the Sunshine award,Versatile blogger awards and Inspirational blog awards, though I have already been awarded with these earlier, its my pleasure to accept the awards once again from Kavi.
All the three of them are very enthusiastic and fabulous bloggers. Their blogs have a wonderful collection of recipes do visit them for virtual treat.
Thank you Preethi, Poorni and Kavi :) Its wonderful to get support from fellow bloggers!!
I would love to share these awards with my fellow blogger friends!!
- Jeena from Easy flavors
- Shabna from Shabbu's Tasty Kitchen
- And all my other lovely friends and visitors please do grab these awards.
And I have been awarded "The food mazaa award" by Shobha Ji from Food Mazaa.
Thank you so much Shobha ji :)
Congratulation for the shower of awards!!wishing you many more to come:)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much ji :)Delete
Congrats divya.. Keep rocking as always :)ReplyDelete
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congrats divya...u deserve the awards dearReplyDelete
Thank you so much Preethi :)Delete
Congrats Divya !!! My kido doesn't like egg :( he is 2 yrs old ...Don't know how to represent egg in front of him that he starts eating it :-)ReplyDelete
Any ideas ???
May be when he grows up he will like it :) One of relations used to disguise eggs or hide them and give it to her kid. Also using eggs for making batters for chicken fry will also help. These kids are brilliant these days!! We must find new ways to tackle those ;)Delete
Thank you Shruti :)
Congrats for the awards dear..and lovely rice recipeReplyDelete
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congrats.. Your bhurji recipe sounds very interesting.ReplyDelete
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Thank you so much Divya for such sweet words spoken about me.ReplyDelete
I feel blogging is a great learning and sharing platform that introduced all of us to each other..
Congrats for all your awards..they are well deserved!
Keep rocking !!
Thank you so much ji :) Yeah blogging has taught me lots of things and also helps me to share and has introduced so many lovely people like you :) Thank you so much for passing the award to me :)Delete
Makes me hungry,super tempting and irresistible rice.Congrats on ur award.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Priya :)Delete
Congratulations, my dear thangai! Preeti and Shobha have done the best by choosing you :)ReplyDelete
And the recipe is great, I always order something similar when I go to a restaurant and I love it. Maybe I should start doing it myself and save the money :)
Thank you so much akka :) You are always sweet and encouraging!! Even I order something like this, especially fried rice is my all time favorite!! We always have some likeness in common :)Delete
congratulation for award.... nice rice recipe...ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Bhavna :)Delete
Congrats on your awards...Nice recipe..ReplyDelete
Thank you very much for sharing those awards with me..i will post it soon..
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good one and congrats !ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Priya :)Delete
Delicious recipe, looks fantastic! Congratulations on all your well-deserved awards. Dear, there is one more for you. Please come by and pick it up :)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Ambreen will surely pick up the award soon :)Delete
Delicious, kids wud love this and congrats on your awards..ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Hema :)Delete
Congratulations on all of your awards! It is a great feeling to be recognized by fellow bloggers and makes you feel that what you are doing is worthwhile! I like the new look of your blog - I see that while I have been away you have been very busy! It looks very contemporary and sleek.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Melody for those encouraging words and appreciations!! And thanks for appreciating my blog's new look it means a lot to me :)Delete
Thank you Shwetha :)Delete
good lunchbox receipe..congrats for the award..ReplyDelete