Sunday, April 3, 2011

Chinese Fried Rice

Really, truly and sincerely, there's no magic formula for fried rice. Anything goes, literally anything though we can segregate fried rice to different trophies. Previously I taught you on how to fry Belacan Fried Rice, also, the rice-cooker cooked Cumin Rice. Chinese fried rice on the other hand is about subtle tastes. Nothing over-powering, yet, still, packs a punchy punch. Satisfying and filling, this fried rice is fried with garlic, prawns, dark soy sauce and the decent-pleasant spring onion. Lets not waste not any bit of this enjoyable Chinese Fried Rice.

2 cups cooked white rice
8 prawns (remove shells, de-vein, remove skin and chopped)
5 pips garlic - chopped
200g (about 1 cup) frozen mixed veges (de-frost)
2 eggs
1/2 tbsp dark soy sauce
A good dash of sesame oil
1 tsp pepper (or as preferred)
2 stalks of spring onion (shredded)
Salt for taste
4 tbsp of oil

When oil is heated, fry garlic and prawn for a min or two.
Add rice, veggies, dark sauce, sesame oil, pepper and salt.
Stir to combine all together, very quickly, just for 2 minutes or so.
Push rice aside and break eggs in the center.
Very gently fold over rice and stir.
Off heat and combine in spring onion.
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  1. i had tried different kind of fried rice....yong chew fried rice still the best...

  2. This is a different style than what we usually try.

  3. wow..looks yummy..can u cook and send to me? =p

  4. Tengok makanan ini...perut mula berbunyi...nak jugak!

  5. i love fried rice especially if topped with egg.. yummyyyy

  6. thanks all for the great comments. Recipes can be modified to suit your taste too.

  7. i love fried rice any kind, will definetly try this recipe

  8. Wow Nasi Goreng Cina! I love this one, always ordered that for lunch at one of my favourite Chinese Lunch bar where I used to work

  9. love all your comments, thank you everyone.


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