Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Homemade Chicken Fried Rice


Chicken Fried Rice
Chicken Fried Rice
Chicken Fried Rice
Fried Rice


¼ cup salad oil (Optional: I used 2 tablespoons)

3 eggs, beaten

2 cooked bacon slices, crumbled

2 tablespoons soy sauce

⅛ teaspoon pepper

3 green onions with tops, sliced

Optional:  Cooked Chicken Breast cubed.
Optional:  Cooked Peas

1.          Heat oil in heavy skillet.   In hot oil, sauté rice, over medium heat, stirring with metal spoon, about 5 minutes, or until golden.
2.          Stir eggs into rice; cook, stirring constantly and over medium heat, until eggs are cooked about 3 minutes.
3.          Then stir in bacon, soy sauce, and pepper; combine well.  Garnish with green onions.
4.          Makes 6 Servings

Fried Rice was made and prepared by Shirley-Ann Pearman

Photography by Shirley-Ann Pearman

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Fried Rice

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Fried Rice
Nasi goreng Solaria Kuta.JPG
Alternative names
TypeRice dish
CourseMain course
Place of originVarious
Region or stateWorldwide
Main ingredientsCooked ricecooking oil
Chǎo fàn
Khao phat
Nasi goreng
Fried Rice is a dish of cooked rice that has been stir-fried in a wok or a frying pan and is usually mixed with other ingredients such as eggsvegetables, seafood, or meat. It is often eaten by itself or as an accompaniment to another dish. Fried rice is a popular component of EastSoutheast and certain South Asian cuisines. As a homemade dish, fried rice is typically made with ingredients left over from other dishes, leading to countless variations. Being an economical hodgepodge, the same approach is often taken with fried noodles or pyttipanna[1] as well. Fried rice first developed during the Sui Dynasty in China and as such all fried rice dishes can trace their origins to Chinese fried rice.[2]
Many popular varieties of fried rice have their own specific list of ingredients. In Greater China, the most famous varieties include Yangzhou fried rice and Hokkien fried rice. Japanese chāhan is considered a Japanese Chinese dish, having derived from Chinese fried rice dishes. Korean bokkeum-bap in general is not, although there is a Korean Chinese variety of bokkeum-bap. In Southeast Asia, similarly constructed Indonesian, Malaysian, and Singaporean nasi goreng and Thai khao phat are popular dishes. In the West, most restaurants catering to vegetarians have invented their own varieties of fried rice, including egg fried rice. Fried rice is also seen on the menus of American restaurants offering cuisines with no native tradition of the dish. Additionally, there are variations of fried rice in Middle and South Americas. Some of these variations include Ecuadorian chaulafan, Peruvian arroz chaufa, Cuban arroz frito, and Puerto Rican arroz mamposteao.
Fried rice is a popular street food in Asia. In some Asian countries, small restaurants, street vendors and traveling hawkers specialize in serving fried rice. In Indonesian cities it is common to find fried rice street hawkers moving through the streets with their food cart and stationing it in busy streets or residential areas. Many Southeast Asian street food stands offer fried rice with a selection of optional garnishes and side dishes.



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