National Fried Rice day: 5 tips to make a healthy bowl

Making a substantial meal into a one-pot dish is the simplest method. Popular Indian-Chinese food is fried rice, which is frequently consumed both by itself and with gravies.

Why so? Because it is fried and contains a variety of veggies, meats, and sauces, making it a complete meal, of course. However, health nuts are typically worried about the amount of calories consumed when eating fried rice.

Who said that making fried rice the healthy way is impossible? Well, there are a number of adjustments that can be made to the materials and preparation techniques to produce a dish of nutritious fried rice. Did you know that the Sui period in China was the origin of fried rice? According to legend, the meal was created in order to reduce the waste of leftover rice. The leftover rice from a previous dinner would be combined with any available veggies and served as a new dish.

Today, stir-frying rice is a widespread cooking method in many international cuisines. However, it is also crucial to make it healthy. Here are some pointers and strategies for winning at fried rice.

  • Select the Correct Rice Type

The choice of rice you’ll use for your fried rice is the most important one. One must choose between brown rice and white rice while keeping the health advantages in mind. The former is better for frying and holding together because it contains more fibre and fewer calories, as well as having a firmer texture. You can also try cauliflower rice, which is a nutritious alternative.

  • Select soy sauce.

The fried rice’s key ingredient is soy sauce. It gives the entire dish a strong flavour and enticing perfume. It does, however, contain plenty of calories. Choose a soy sauce with a low salt content for creating healthy fried rice, or try one of the modern gluten-free choices.

  • Pack It Full of Vegetables

Any fried rice’s vegetable element is its healthiest component. Put as much emphasis as you can on vegetables. Chop everything you can think of, including the broccoli, cabbage, tomatoes, onions, and carrots, finely. In addition to adding fibre and other nutrients to the rice meal, these vegetables also help you feel fuller for longer.

  • Make The Base Outstanding

Since the food is fried rice, oil and butter are obviously used in its preparation. Use grass-fed butter rather than ordinary butter if you are mixing it with rice. The health benefits from this are greatest. Sesame oil is a good example of this. The leftover rice can be fried in it.

  • Select lean meat.

Healthy eaters almost seldom choose red meat over leaner meats like chicken. Therefore, utilising organically raised shred chicken can significantly improve the fried rice’s nutritional value. Instead of coating it in cornflour and frying it, boil and shred it. This will provide you the nutrition you need without sacrificing flavour.

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