Rice Recipes: List Of 3 Popular Preparations enjoyed By Indians


Rice Recipies are easy to make as the ingredient belongs to every cuisine with many options. Read more about some dishes that can be cooked with rice.

Written By Sahil Mirani | Mumbai | Updated On:
Rice recipes

Rice is a staple diet for a large part of India which can be cooked as a starter, main course, or a dessert. There are over 40,000 varieties of rice, so it is not surprising that rice can be used to make a huge number of dishes. The Japanese believe that it is important not to waste rice and is considered rude to leave rice in your bowl. Rice is that ingredient which belongs to every cuisine. Read more about some dishes that can be cooked with rice.

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Dal Khichdi

Khichdi is a simple, comfort dish that can be cooked very conveniently and quickly. Dal khichdi is nutritious and wholesome, and it is a very common dish in India. Basmati rice is the ideal option for khichdi as its fluffy texture and strong aroma enhances the flavours of this simple dish. Serve dal khichdi hot with a big spoon of ghee on the top and some coriander chutney with papad on the side to enjoy a wonderful comfort-food meal.

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Lemon Rice

This is a very common South Indian recipe which is a quick tangy dish that uses lemon beautifully. This dish can also be made with leftover rice, which makes the taste even better. Use basmati rice because it is ideal for everyday cooking due to its availability in a variety of grain sizes and price ranges. It also has a nice aroma that blends in wonderfully with the flavours of lemon, making the dish irresistible and aesthetically pleasing.

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Fried Rice 

Fried rice is a dish cooked with some stir-fried rice that can be prepared in a wok or a frying pan. The rice is usually mixed with protein such as eggs, vegetables, seafood, or meat. The dish is usually served with some gravy or a particular type of sauce. The rice is stir-fried with some cloves of garlic, ginger, and spring onion. This dish has been adapted from China, and it originally had a taste that was considered bland by many Indians. 

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