Singaporean Rice

Looking for a perfect weekend meal? You don’t have to go to Singapore. Just try this quick and easy Singaporean Rice recipe with a little fusion of National Sauces.

I Made It


  • Rice – boiled (with 1 tbsp National salt in extra water & 1 tsp vinegar) 2 cups
  • Spaghettis – boiled (with 1 tbsp National salt in extra water) 2 cups

For Manchurian:

  • Boneless Chicken – thinly cut in strips  250 gms
  • Nationals Chilli Garlic Sauce 1 cup
  • Nationals Tomato Ketchup 1 cup
  • Peri Peri Sauce 2 tbsp
  • National Soy Sauce 1 tbsp
  • Sesame Oil 1 tbsp


  • Cabbage – Shredded ¼ cup
  • Carrot – Julienne  ¼ cup
  • Green Onion – Julienne ¼ cup
  • National Chilli Sauce 2 tbsp
  • Black pepper crushed 1 tsp
  • National Soy Sauce 3 tbsp
  • Garlic and ginger crushed 2 tbsp

Spicy mayo:

  • National Classic Mayo ½ cup
  • Sriracha Sauce 2 tbsp
  • Peri Peri Sauce 2 tbsp
  • Green Onions – Chopped 2 tbsp


  • Prepare the Spicy Mayo by mixing ½ cup of National Classic Mayo, 2 tbsp Sriracha Sauce, 2 tbsp Peri Peri Sauce and 1 tbsp chopped Green Onions.
  • After boiling the rice and spaghettis, place them in a tray and wait for them to cool down.
  • Now make Manchurian by adding 3 tbsp of canola oil and 1 tbsp of sesame oil. Add National Ginger Garlic Paste 1 tbsp in the pan and when it starts to sizzle, add chicken in it and cook it on high flame. Now add 1 tsbp National Tomato Ketchup and 1 tbsp National Chilli Garlic Sauce in it with 1 tsp National Soy Sauce and 1 tsp Peri Peri sauce. Turn off the flame.
  • For the Chow-Mein, add 2 tbsp cooking oil in the pan, sauté crushed ginger garlic, add all the vegetables with 1 tsp each of National Soy Sauce and National Chilli Sauce and black pepper crushed. Sauté them for half a minute and add boiled spaghettis in it; stir for 2 minutes and keep aside.
  • Now for the garnish, put rice on a large serving tray mounted, then spaghettis and then Manchurian and then spicy mayo on top. Serve!