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Egg Fried Rice (Gluten-Free)



This recipe comes to us from "irish daveyboy" via the Gluten-Free Forum:

Ingredients:

  • 1 tablespoon Groundnut Oil
  • 1 Onion, diced
  • 1 Green Pepper, de-seeded and diced
  • 675g Cold Cooked Rice
  • 2 Eggs, whisked
  • 2 Tbls gluten-free Soy Sauce
Directions:
  • Heat a large frying pan over a high heat until very hot.
  • Add
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    the oil and swirl around.
  • Add the onion and pepper and stir–fry for 3–5 minutes, or until softened but not colored.
  • Add the rice to the pan and stir around until it is mixed with the vegetables and heated through.
  • Push the rice away from the center of the pan, pour in the eggs, and stir until scrambled and set.

Once the eggs are scrambled, toss all the ingredients together, add the gluten-free soy sauce, decorate with sliced scallions and serve at once.

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dappycharlie
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23 Aug 2010 9:08:23 AM PDT
Why would you throw grams in there as a measurement when all else is not???

 
Carlena Milligan
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23 Aug 2010 9:57:09 AM PDT
What is ground nut oil? What is 675 gm rice?

 
Gudrun
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23 Aug 2010 3:11:41 PM PDT
Well, I don't know what ground nut oil is, either, but I would imagine, any oil would do. I plan on using olive oil. As for the grams, that's equivalent to about 24 oz. Sorry, I can't help with "cups" either. I prefer to use a scale, anyway.

 
smookie
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23 Aug 2010 3:55:00 PM PDT
675 gm of rice is a ridiculous amt. of rice. 100 gm = 1 Cup. Do the math. I filled a wok with 2 cups of rice and needed to put in a total of 4 eggs. It was a very lame recipe, sorry to say. I had to doctor this one up to make it palatable. sigh...

 
scQue814
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24 Aug 2010 12:36:27 PM PDT
Ground nuts are peanuts--are there any other?--as opposed to tree nuts such as almonds.

375g ~ 12-oz. (You guys have computers in front of you, use them!

Also, Squid-brand fish sauce is GF and can also be substituted for the soy sauce to great effect!

 
scQue814
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24 Aug 2010 10:03:45 PM PDT
Recipes like this really should not even list quantities. Honestly, if you can't figure out the quantities on your own through trial and error, you shouldn't be cooking--which I usually translate into: if you can't cook for yourself, you shouldn't be allow to live.

 
Sarah
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25 Aug 2010 12:42:20 PM PDT
I just made this it was great, especially for picky kids. I just left out the peppers.




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