Wednesday, May 19, 2010


Now a day’s fast food and indo Chinese has become very popular in everywhere and particularly in India. When I was in Bhubaneswar, I saw there is at least one fast food shop in every half a kilometre.

Since my mom cooks variety of food including Chinese, I ask her to give me an idea of making something different in Chinese and she could do this. Just look at this recipe, I was amazed with her idea. Believe me it tastes great.

Mushroom Manchurian Fried Brown Rice

Preparation time: 20 minutes (Approximately)

Cooking time: 40-45 minutes (Approximately)

Serves-6 persons


Cooked Par Boiled Rice-4 cups

Oil-2-3 Tabs

Onion-2 (Finely sliced)

Garlic-1 tsp (Finely Chopped)

Green Chillies-2 (Sliced)

Soya Sauce-2 tsp

Salt-to taste

Spring onion-4 tabs


Button Mushroom- 1 cup

All purpose flour-4 tabs

Corn Flour-2 tabs

Pepper Powder-2 tsp

Salt-to taste

Ginger garlic paste-1 tsp (optional)

Oil-For deep fry

Eatable orange colour-1/2 tsp


• Take a mixing bowl and put all purpose and corn flour in it along with ginger garlic paste, eatable colour, salt and pepper powder.

• Add water and make batter such as like dosa batter consistency.

• Now wash the mushroom in running water for couple of minutes and wipe them completely in kitchen towel.

• Cut them in half or quarter as you desired and put them in prepared batter.

• Heat oil in a pan for deep frying.

• Fry mushroom in oil till it is done and take them off in kitchen towel.

• Now heat oil in another open wide mouth pan.

• Put sliced onion, green chillies and chopped garlic in this and fry them in high flame till it turns light golden colour.

• Now add soya sauce and fried Manchurian in this and fry them well.

• Add cooked rice along with salt and mix well in high flame.

• Garnish it with spring onion and serve hot.


• Remember to sauté everything in high flame to get exact Chinese flavour.

• Instead of spring onion, coriander leaves can be used.

• For additional flavour you can use ajino motoo while frying onion and garlic.

• Instead of par boiled rice you can also use raw rice for the dish.


Bo said...

Looks delicious...I could eat rice everyday.

Unknown said...

Love the color of it :)

Uma said...

mushrooms with brown rice sounds delicious.. lovely!

Kiran said...

Wow Subhashini this mushroom manchurian fried brown rice looks very colorful and delicious.Thanks to you and your mom for such a wonderful recipe.

PranisKitchen said...

wow really delicious..brown rice is a healthier one.The red color is really simle and healthy choice..i like anything with rice and indo Chinese food is my favorite too..thanks for such a nice recipe

Anu said...

wow delicious and lovely.. colorful.

Swathi said...


Mushroom Manchurian fried brown rice looks really delicious. Nice one.

Pari Vasisht said...

Hi. Visiting u after a long time and I can see I have to catch up with about 4 recipes.
That'a an interesting fusion recipe and surely a wholesome meal. Thanks to u and ur mom.

Unknown said...

indochinese is my favourite..looks yumm

Priya Suresh said...

Wow wat a delicious rice, love the addition of mushroom manchurians in rice, irresistible dish indeed..

Padhu Sankar said...

Looks yummy and healthy!!

Rachana said...

The rice looks so colourful and delicious! Thanks for such a wonderful recipe.


Looks yummy and healthy dear, colorful too...

Gita Jaishankar said...

I have tried a similar dish with gobi Manchurian before...mushroom sounds very interesting...the rice looks very colorful and tasty :)

Sanyukta Gour(Bayes) said...

wow...wht a lovely n colrful rice..

first time here...u have a lovely space...just started blogging..and love to add u in my list..
ur comments/suggestions r highly appreciated..happy blogging...following u>>>>>>


Namitha said...

Looks scrumptious...awesome combo

Sushma Mallya said...

Munchurian rice looks yum, nice idea to mix both and make a interesting dish out of it...very nice one..

Indian Khana said...

Nice combo....looks gud