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Fried Rice with Green Kohlrabi Leaves

Simple yet flavorful rice with sauteed Kohlrabi leaves and capsicum.  Use leftover rice and turn it into a one pot meal.

Ingredients:
Cooked (Basmati) Rice - 1 cup
Green Kohlrabi /Naval Kol leaves- about 6
Capsicum/Green Bell Pepper - small
Coriander/Cilantro leaves - few sprigs
Jalapenos/Green chillies - 8
Onion - 1 medium
Garlic - 4 big cloves
Cashews - 4
Bay Leaf - 1
Biryani Masala - 1/8 tsp (optional)
Salt
Oil

Method:
1. Julienne slice the onions and capsicum.  Finely chop Kohlrabi leaves and cilantro leaves.  Cut the Jalapenos peppers in round circles and crush the garlic.
2. Heat a pan/skillet and add about 2 tbsp oil.  Add bay leaf and crushed garlic. Saute for few seconds and add sliced onions.  Saute onions till soft.  Add capsicum, kohlrabi leaves, cashew pieces and little salt.  Saute for about 5 minutes.  Add Biryani Masala and saute for a minute.
3. Add cooked rice, chopped cilantro and salt.  Continue cooking for about 5 minutes till all the ingredients are mixed well.  Fried Rice with Kohlrabi leaves is ready.

Comments

  1. lovely healthy dish looks very tasty.

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  2. Yummy pulav with kohlrabi leaves, looks so good.

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  3. so u made rice with kohlrabi leaves thats good. very healthy choice.rice is less and veggies are more best one da

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  4. Very tempting fried rice Uma,very unique dish..

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  5. very healthy recipe dear,luks very delicious...

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  6. such a healthy rice, quick and easy to make...great

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  7. looks yummy..never heard about the leaves though..

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  8. very healthy rice dish uma with so much greens.
    By the way, ur pics look great.

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  9. Interesting recipe and this making me hungry now ...

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  10. aaj hi shaam mein humne fried rice khaya hai :) mujhe bahut pasand hai....aur ye to kitna yummy dikh raha hai...abhi khane ka man kar raha hai :(

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  11. this is completely new...sounds healthy n delicious...

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  12. For the first time i am hearing about this recipe, any how good looking and sounds healthy

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  13. Interesting recipe..sounds delicious and delicious...will try this.

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  14. Very different and nice recipe ...looks delicious with those leaves...but havent heard of those till now...

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  15. looks sooo tempting!! Yum!!

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  16. Hi new to your page and you have great collection of recipes. love this rice dish, dint know that the leaves are edible. thans for sharing.

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  17. i was wondering how can i use these leaves... and i found this recipe.. its sounds interesting.. going to try it soon

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