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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Pantry Cleanup Day 3: Paneer Schezwan Rice

Paneer Schezwan Rice


Recipe: from the back of Schezwan sauce bottle with some minor additions

Cook 1 cup of rice with 2 cups of water.

Heat little oil in a skillet, fry paneer cubes until they gets golden brown. Remove and drain excess oil on paper towels. Now, saute some freshly minced ginger and garlic. Add a cup of mixed vegetables. If they are frozen, I recommend to microwave them for atleast 2 minutes. Mix well and cook for couple of minutes.

In a small bowl, mix schezwan sauce (as per your taste & spice-level, add little by little if you unsure. I used approx 1.5 tsp) with a 1 tsp of soya sauce. Stir well and add to the vegetable mixture. Adjust salt if necessary. Finally drop the paneer cubes and rice. Mix well and Serve. :)



until next time,
Siri

13 comments :

  1. wow, sounds great siri, must check my schezwan bottle too as I guess I too have one somewhere in the back of my pantry.

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  2. Lovely rice, looks spicy and yum...would love to try it soon

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  3. Hi Siri
    I love this rice.
    Adding Paneer to this is what I loved!!

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  4. simple n quick dish...looks gorgeous and tasty

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  5. I don't think I have ever purchased Schezwan sauce but this rice is delicious. Love veggies and rice cooked together. Simple and filling.

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  6. I don't think I have ever purchased Schezwan sauce but this rice is delicious. Love veggies and rice cooked together. Simple and filling.

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  7. I love to try recipes on ingredient labels. Most of the time they are decent to begin with as a way to promote the product successful, so they have a low failure rate. This looks like an easy, tasty Indo-Chinese dish.

    (Siri, I tried sending you an email re: hosting July 2010 MLLA but it was undeliverable. Also used your contact form. Please contact me to let me know if you want the slot. Thx.)

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  8. This is my fav. Looks so good. and YUM!

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  9. Oh yea,the labels provide some simple recipes that are easy to start with.This dish is for sure very tempting.

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  10. bookmarked. now all i need is schezwan sauce.

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