Vegetable fried rashers are one of those foods that has been around for a while, but is now popular with vegans, vegetarians, and people who don’t like fried rice.
They’re usually made with rice instead of other vegetables.
They come with lots of toppings and are a great way to make vegan-friendly, healthful meals.
If you’ve ever been to a Thai restaurant or have a Thai friend, you’ll know the recipe: stir-fry a few vegetables, cook them until tender, then add some rice and stir-fried rice will come out of the pot.
You’ll be left with a flavorful and healthy bowl of rice.
So how do you make vegetarian fried rice?
Wash, drain, and rinse the vegetables.
The vegetable can be washed, drained, and rinsed in water, then rinsing in a little vinegar, and then rined.
(Don’t rinse the rice with vinegar.)
Then, soak in hot water for about five minutes.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
Combine the ingredients.
Add the vegetables, salt, and pepper, stir, and let sit for about 10 minutes.
Then, stir in the rice, and stir in a few minutes more.
You can also add the noodles if you want them cooked longer.
Pour a serving of rice on top of the veggies, and enjoy!
Add more salt and/or spices to taste and serve with steamed rice.
It can be served with steaming vegetables, like lettuce or green beans, or steamed noodles, like noodle bowls.
Top with coconut sauce.
Add a dollop of coconut cream to taste if you’re adding a little extra sweetness to the dish.
Bake in a preheated 375-degree oven at 400 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes.
(If you’re using rice noodles, bake for 10 minutes.)
Adapted from Cooking Light.