How To Make My Simple Fried Rice Sauce

 my simple fried rice sauce


making this quantity of sauce didn't take much time because it was Christmas, the house was full and so, there were many helping hands. It was so delicious. The plan was to cook so much so that the left over is shifted to dinner. At the end of the day, we had to eat something else for dinner because the gigantic pot of rice was cleared. I mean every single grain was eaten at lunch!


  •  1 small cabbage chopped
  • 4 lare carrots  
  • 1 medium sized green pepper
  • 1 cup green peas
  • 1/4 cup kidney beans (Optional)
  • cow liver (optional)
  • 1/2 cup sweet corn ( well, I enjoy the sauce more, when sweet corn is not added)
  • 1 large onion
  • 2 teaspoons curry powder (Optional)
  • a handful green beans (optional)
  • 1 litre vegetable oil. Please use less
  • salt to taste
  • 4 seasoning cubes
 here's mixing my Christmas fried rice with the sauce. Lol!
 cooking  curried vegetables in oil before mixing with my curried rice


  1. The chopped vegetables, green peas and kidney beans are poured into a pot of vegetable oil before turning on the heat. I always leave the corn out until mixing time.
  2. Here is when the curry is supposed to come in, but I left it out because there was already enough curry in the rice and I was OK with the color. Again, I wanted my vegetables to retain their natural colors without being affected by "curry the color changer". I just added my seasoning cubes here. I checked and there was no need for salt. Guess the salt from the seasoning cubes was just right.
  3. I brought to a boil and turned off the heat. Because they were put in much cold oil, they boiled normally without frying.
  4. Final stage is the mixing. Here I scoop out the rice and sauce, and mix in small quantities until the whole pot of curried rice is mixed. Most times I do not really fry the rice. LOL!!!
To see pictures of how it looks when served, GO HERE

 simple sauce, no liver available so, kidney beans gave the color and protein needed. simple!

NOTE: The color of the vegetables is this clear because I did not add curry to the sauce. Sometimes, I do add curry to it. Like I said earler, I enjoy it more without sweet corn. However, when sweetcorn is fried with vegetables before adding, it becomes my favorite.The reason I add sweet corn is the girls. They prefer it with corn. SEE MORE ON CURRIED RICE HERE. The vegetables can be cooked with very small quantity of oil. I needed this oil for my egg plant sauce.


  1. Just for curiosity sake Eya, have you thought of opening a restaurant? This seems to be a passion and you are good at it.

    Thanks for sharing this. I wish there was a technology to lift the dishes right off the screen of my computer, lol. Well done dearie.

    1. Sister! don't you think opening a restaurant will make me gain more weight? seeing too much food and eating too much. Lol!

  2. Anonymous13:12

    But isn't d oil 2 much just 2 fry d veggies??
    I use a very small amt of oil!!
    P.s...I love all dis food and I look forward 2 cooking dem after I'm married but d problem is my bf isn't a food fan! D guy's best food is bread and tea..and yes I'm a very good cook! Lmao.
    Who wud I cook 4?lol
    Billie jean

    1. Jungle Justice14:11

      Haaaaa! Billie jean fancy meeting you on dis blog! Good to know cooking rids you of all your infamous Billie jeanic comments on LIB. Lolz!

    2. Anonymous14:27

      Billie jean so u r a chick! Lmao! Thot u had a 3rd leg in between!

    3. Yes Billie Jean, the oil is much. I didn't mix all with the rice, no.
      The excess oil was used to make my garden egg stew.
      Lol @ bf eating bread and tea. No problem, only remember to add some veggies OK?

  3. Loolz Billie jean is here,and she won't kill me with her usual character. U'll cook for urself and ur children. Am d food type and Iove cooking what I eat maself coz I always find excuses and faults when anoda person cooks for me,I can imagine me and ma wife in d kitchen an a very gud saturday cookingand tasting d meat. Aunty Ojay as for d fried rice,page so bookmarked and saved in ma archive.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

    1. Jungle Justice14:15

      Bonalux honey good to meet you here as well. Just waltzing thru...see ya! Off to LIB. Kudos aunt Eya!

    2. Anonymous14:29

      Bona I jst love u! Kisses!

    3. Anonymous23:33

      Bona Bona I love d fact dat u can cuk!
      Only be say I don marry! I for start to write application!

      I luv ur comments on LIB! So so funny!
      The chikoo!

  4. Kai, i should stop coming here at lunch time o

  5. Anonymous14:32

    Eya!we'll make gud friends oh! I'm gud @ sm chinese dishes too,so I think we nid to start visiting each oda! Love ur blog to bits! Every woman/mother shd check it out!

    1. Hahahaha! nawa for you o.
      Thank you jare!

  6. I should cook fried rice one of these days, thanks for sharing this recipe.

    1. Thanks Myne! thanks for reading my blog!

  7. Chai am nt supposed to b seein all ds w mouth watern dishes dt make me drool am stil fasting oooo....btw so billie jean s a SHE sef...issorai

    1. Hmmmm, now we all know that Billie Jean is a SHE! yay!

  8. Anonymous21:30

    Hi Eya, after mixing the rice and sauce, do u still have to heat again?

    1. No, not this time. After mixing, I immediately started to dish out.

  9. This is really nice..Kudos!Only but for me is the amount of oil,thats really alot ohh..

    1. Yes, the oil is a lot. I used the excess oil to cook my egg plant stew the next day.

  10. Anonymous17:47

    what I love most is the colour of the veggies, but if u dnt fry ur rice and veggies how will u get dt fried taste of rice, just asking, becos I fry mine a bit after mixing every thing together.

  11. Anonymous11:45

    Wat if I prepare my curry rice separately nd fry d vegetables then mix dem together nd serve, is it okay dat way. Nd d coasted chicken how enjoyable is it?


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