Rakulpreet Singh is ensuring that she spends her time in isolation in a healthy way — whether it’s far sipping an immunity drink, workout regularly, or making ready nutritious meals. So it’s no wonder that the actor took to Instagram and published a picture with a caption that debunks the myth that rice is fattening. “On the contrary, it’s the very best form of carbs to digest for the frame. It heals the intestine which in flip facilitates in higher absorption of vitamins,” she wrote.
1 tbsp – Finely chopped garlic pods
1 tbsp – Finely chopped ginger
1 tbsp – Vegetable oil
2 cups – Cooked rice
1 tsp – Soya sauce
1/2 tsp – Red chilli sauce
1 tbsp – Tomato ketchup
Chopped infant corns
Chopped spring onions
Salt to taste
1/four tsp – Black pepper powder
1/2 cup – Chopped beans
1/2 cup – Finely chopped onions
half carrot – Finely chopped
1/4 cup – Shredded cabbage
*In a preheated kadhai, add a tablespoon of vegetable oil and let it warmth for 30 seconds. To it, upload finely chopped garlic, ginger and saute. Once it turns a bit brown, upload inexperienced beans. Next, add onion and golden fry it for 2 minutes.
*Then upload carrots, toddler corn and provide it a good mix. Cook for 2 minutes and add chopped green pepper.
*Next, upload the shredded cabbage and saute it for approximately 3 mins. Add a teaspoon of soya sauce and tomato ketchup every, pink chilly sauce, black pepper and mix properly.
*Add salt to taste, however be careful because the sauces may have a few already. Then add 2 cups of pre-cooked rice. Keep blending till the veggies have well combined with the rice.
*Let it prepare dinner for 5-10 mins on medium warmness. As soon as it’s miles completed, flip off the heat and serve. Garnish it with chopped spring onions.