Veggies or Vegetables in soy sauce is a dish with a variety of different vegetable like Bell Peppers (red, green, orange, yellow or a mix of any or all), carrots, green beans (french beans) - fresh or frozen, green peas - fresh or frozen, potatoes cooked together in a soy sauce, chilli sauce and tomato sauce.
Before serving this dish, grease a pan and then spread the cabbage leaves (like used in sizzlers) in it and let it cook a bit on medium flame. Once they starts turning brown pour cooked vegetables in it. The cabbage leaves tastes so good when cooked this way.
My husband and I once wanted to cook vegetables in a bit different way, so we tried this dish and liked it so much that it is one of our special dishes that we used to cook on special occasions.
It goes very well with rice - plain or steamed rice.
In its multiple stage preparation, the first stage requires boiling of chopped vegetables and then sauté them in different sauces. Then spreading and cooking of cabbage leaves in a pan and then pouring of cooked vegetables over cooked cabbage leaves. Then finally adding and spreading evenly melted butter over the vegetables. This is optional if you don't want to use so much of butter or oil.
Plain rice refers to rice that has been cooked either by steaming or boiling. You may cook plain rice with or without salt, depends on your taste.
The terms steamed rice or boiled rice are also commonly used for plain rice. Any variant of Asian rice (both Indica and Japonica varieties), African rice or wild rice, glutinous or non-glutinous, long-, medium-, or short-grain, of any colour, can be used. Rice for cooking can be whole grain or milled.
Plain rice is very simple to cook and takes not too much time. You don't need to have a rice cooker to make plain rice. You can use a saucepan or a pressure cooker.
In India rice is cooked daily in main meals in many families. Plain rice goes well with any gravy dish.
Veggies in soy sauce and rice makes a perfect combination and is very delicious in taste.
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