Enjoy Bhuteko Bhat (Fried Rice) – A Delicious Authentic Nepali Recipe

10 minutes
2-4 servings

Fried rice, also known as “bhuteko bhat” in Nepalese cuisine, is a popular dish throughout the country. This recipe uses mustard oil to deliciously fry up cooked rice with spices and cumin seed to create a flavorful dish that can be enjoyed any time of day. It’s an easy and simple recipe that won’t take long to cook and will make a great addition to your meal. So let's get started!
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- 1 tablespoon mustard oil - Salt to taste - ½ teaspoon red chili powder - A pinch of turmeric - 2 cups cooked rice (pakeko bhat) - 1 teaspoon cumin seed


1. Turn on the gas and heat the pan. 2. Add oil; when oil is hot, add cumin seed. 3. Now add the rice and stir it. 4. Add salt, turmeric and red chili powder, then stir properly. 5. Cook without covering for about 2 minutes, stirring occasionally until all ingredients are mixed well and everything is heated. 6. Turn off the heat and serve your Fried Rice!
Fried Rice, or Bhuteko Bhat, is a delicious and easy dish that can be enjoyed in any meal. Whether you’re looking for something to have as a snack or a quick and delicious dinner option, this recipe is sure to please. It will take only minutes to make, so you can enjoy authentic Nepali cuisine anytime!


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