Simple Chicken Sausage Rice

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Jul. 14, 2013

Looking for a simple one dish dinner entry? Something semi-oriental? This simple recipe can come handy on extremely busy days or when those thick pals show up for dinner/lunch unexpected! Yes, this barely asks for 30 minutes of your time, including preparation and cooking. Simply substitute sausage with vegetables of your choice and there you have your Simple Vegetable Rice ready. You can substitute vinegar with white wine and water with chicken or vegetable stock for giving it continental touch! So why wait?

Ingredients

Long grain basmati rice 135 Gram , washed, drained
Olive oil 2 Teaspoon
Onion 1/2 Medium , chopped finely
Garlic 5 Clove (25 gm) , crushed
Green chili 2 Small , slit lengthwise
Frankfurter sausages 1 , chopped finely
Dried chili 1/4 Teaspoon , powdered
Chili vinegar 4 Tablespoon
Lime juice 1 Tablespoon
Soya sauce 1 Tablespoon
Water 1 1/2 Cup (24 tbs)
Salt To Taste
Tomato 1/2 Medium , deseeded, cut into medium dices
Chopped spring onion 30 Gram

Directions

MAKING

1. Heat olive oil in a sauce pan and sauté onions until transparent. Add crushed garlic and chilies; sauté for a couple of minutes.

2. Add chopped sausages and cook for a couple of minutes or until colour changes.

3. Add rice and dried chili flakes; stir fry for 1 min. Pour water and vinegar; add salt to taste.

4. When the rice is 3/4th cooked, add soya sauce and lime juice. Continue cooking until rice is done or water evaporates. Remove from stove.

FINALIZING

5. Fold in spring onion and tomato taking care not to break the rice.

SERVING

6. Serve with your favourite side dish or sauce.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: Easy
Cook Time: 20 Minutes
Ready In: 20 Minutes
Servings: 2

Nutrition Facts

Serving size

Calories 489Calories from Fat 131

 % Daily Value*

Total Fat 15 g23.1%

Saturated Fat 4 g20%

Trans Fat 0 g

Cholesterol

Sodium 936 mg39%

Total Carbohydrates 77 g25.7%

Dietary Fiber 3 g12%

Sugars 13 g

Protein 12 g24%

Vitamin A % Vitamin C %

Calcium % Iron %

*Based on a 2000 Calorie diet