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Brown 'Fried' Rice


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Fried Rice

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Recipe's preparation

    This healthy, vegan dinner is delicious! Of course, if you have a meat eater to please I have added the steps to help you out*! Packed with vegetables and steamed instead of fried, you will find this is a light and tasty dish.

  1. Ingredients:


    100g long grain brown rice

    200g coconut milk

    400g water


    Use whatever veggies you'd like, but here is a list of my favourites!


    1 carrot, sliced into halved medallions

    2 spring/green onions, diced

    4 mushrooms, sliced

    1/4 yellow capsicum/pepper, diced

    1/4 green capsicum/pepper, diced

    Sliced chili to taste

    1 TM measuring cup frozen peas & corn

    *1 chicken breast or 2 short bacon pieces, diced if there is a meat-eater


    Dash of soy sauce

    Dash of sesame oil

    Salt & Pepper to taste


    Method:


    Place TM basket into TM bowl. Add rice. Remove. Add coconut milk and water. Rinse rice and put basket back into bowl. Place Varoma on top (it's empty at this point). Cook 35-40 minutes, Varoma, speed 4.


    While rice is cooking, prepare your veg. They don't need to be cooked until the last 15-20 minutes so don't rush!


    Add all veg at 20 minutes remaining, into the Varoma. *If cooking meat, use the top tray, lined with dampened baking paper to cook chicken or bacon. 


    Lift out TM basket. Discard remaining liquid. Tip rice into TM bowl. Add veggies into TM bowl. Add oil. Cook 30 seconds, 100, REVERSE, soft speed. 


    Add soy sauce, salt and pepper. Stir 30 seconds, REVERSE, soft speed. 


    Serve. (Add meat and give another stir once the vego's portion is out if you'd like!)


    Happy Thermomixing!

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TIP: Always keep an eye on the water level when cooking rice. If you can't see it swishing around on your rice you must add more.


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  • Easy, healthy and yummy.

    Submitted by Pauline72 on 9. July 2017 - 12:24.

    Easy, healthy and yummy.

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  • This was a winner at our

    Submitted by Sarahchoyce on 13. October 2016 - 08:19.

    This was a winner at our house! Just wondering if anyone does anything with the coconut milk and water liquid once the rice is cooked? Felt a bit wrong wasting it, that's all? Thanks for the recipe!

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  • Loved by the entire family.

    Submitted by themartinfamily76 on 18. June 2016 - 15:12.

    Loved by the entire family. Used peas corn and carrot Capsicum Chicken thigh and bacon pieces.

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  • Loved this recipe, I have

    Submitted by PaulineB on 24. August 2015 - 19:54.

    Loved this recipe, I have never cooked brown rice with cocuonut milk but it worked

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  • 2 nod go at this and worked a

    Submitted by Carlsie on 6. February 2014 - 19:18.

    2 nod go at this and worked a treat again. Kids love this and so does hubby. Upped the rice and veggies this time and added a 3 egg and soy omelette cooked in the frypan with sesame oil then chopped and tossed through. Yummy 

     

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  • I used basmati, halved the

    Submitted by BelindaDavey on 10. December 2013 - 21:10.

    I used basmati, halved the cooking time and put veg on straight away, delish

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  •  Very nice & healthy recipe.

    Submitted by kimmi_d on 3. December 2013 - 21:28.

     Very nice & healthy recipe. Easy to make. 

     I will double portions next time.

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  • This is a lovely version of

    Submitted by shelly_w on 28. October 2013 - 20:40.

    This is a lovely version of 'fried rice' - a very subtle taste.

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