Ching’s Secret – Schezwan Fried Rice Masala Review
Spruce up your leftover boiled rice with some Ching’s Secret – Schezwan Fried Rice Masala. Yummy or not, let’s find out!
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Desi Chinese food > Authentic flavors – Agreed or not?
Most of us in India have grown up eating desi versions of Chinese foods including noodles, soups, and sauces including schezwan sauce. Did you know that schezwan sauce is actually a fusion Indo-Chinese concoction? Yes, it did not originate in China, it is made in India. Schezwan sauce is super spicy and made with dry red chilies, garlic, and spices. One spoonful of schezwan sauce atop Hakka noodles or egg fried rice is absolutely lip-smacking and no desi Chinese meal is complete without it. Ching’s Secret brings to us the convenience of making fusion Chinese meals at home. We reviewed Ching’s Secret – Schezwan Fried Rice Masala and the results were quite delicious.
What you need to know about Ching’s Secret – Schezwan Fried Rice Masala
*As per information given on the pack
- It contains wheat and soy.
- Contains added flavor (natural flavoring substances).
- Once the pack has been opened, it is advisable to store the remaining masala in an airtight container.
MRP – Rs 30/-
*Price at the time of review
#FirstImpression of Ching’s Secret – Schezwan Fried Rice Masala
The masala: The moment we opened the package, we could smell the garlic. The intense garlic aroma is unmissable! The masala is orangish-brown in color. It is a fine powder and tiny sugar granules are visible in the masala. Ching’s Secret Schezwan Fried Rice Masala uses beetroot powder to add color and the list of ingredients also mentions sunflower oil.
The preparation: To review this product we boiled some rice first. You can use last night’s leftover boiled rice too. According to the instructions given on the pack, you can stir fry chopped vegetables like carrots, capsicum, onions, beans, and cabbage. We used Bergner Stainless Steel Wok With Lid to cook the rice. After we stir-fried the vegetables, we added three cups of boiled rice and 1.5 teaspoons of Ching’s Secret Schezwan Fried Rice Masala to it. Post that, we waited for 4-5 minutes before tasting them.
The taste – The masala coated the rice wonderfully. The rice was spicy and had a hot and sour edge to it. It forms a basic canvas for the rice. You could add chicken, eggs, veggies or seafood, basically whatever you love pairing it with. Every small addition of any ingredient can make the recipe even better. There is an oomph factor to it and can bring restaurant-style taste at home. You can eat these fried rice with a zesty gravy or as it is.
Overall, Ching’s Secret Schezwan Fried Rice Masala is a tasty mix that gives your leftover rice a spicy spin.
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