Stir fry is a staple quick cook. Easy to prepare, quick to cook and mega tasty if you add the right ingredients. Chinese stir fry is the norm, and why not?! A proven track record of being super yummy. Personally, I’d choose and Indian takeaway over a Chinese any day of the week. So that got me thinking… why not have an Syn Free Indian Fried Rice?
No more difficult to prepare or cook than a regular stir fry, but with all the great tastes of India. Great to serve on the side of a delicious curry, or fantastic standing pride of place as the main event. Enjoy!
As always with these sorts of dishes, the spices (and amounts of) can be tailored to your own personal tastes and preferences. Have a go at your own flavour combinations! For extra body you could also add chicken or turkey to the dish, have a play and make it your own!
There are a few spices in this Syn Free Indian Fried Rice, but you could replace the ground coriander, garam masala or curry powder, ground ginger and chilli powder with a teaspoon of Korma spice mix and a teaspoon of Tikka spice mix.
However, be sure to check the syns as some have quite a high syn value due to added sugar.
This Syn Free Indian Fried Rice recipe will take you less than 30 minutes to prepare if you have the rice cooked already. If not then just add another 10-15 minutes on to cook the rice.
When ever we need to stir fry something like this Syn Free Indian Fried Rice we use Frylight. Perfect for everyday frying and cooking, it delivers exactly one calorie per spray, which makes it Syn free!
Chop all the veg, ensuring thick chunks of onion and pepper. Finely dice the carrot and tomatoes
Liberally spray Frylight in a frying pan and put on a high heat. Add spices once frylight is bubbling hot
Stir in spices for 10 - 20 seconds and then add all the veg. Keep and eye and mix regularly to stop it sticking and burning. Do this for around 10 minutes, or until the veg has softened, but still with some bite
Add the cooked rice and stir again for 2/3 mins until the veg and spices have incorporated into the rice. At the last minute add the chopped coriander and stir once more
Add to plate, squirt of lime, bosh!
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