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I'm jonesing for some pork fried rice, with sprouts, white onion, and pork...however, there's a reason I always bought it! :) I don't have the first clue how to make it. Any ideas?


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I can't tell you off hand but a google of pork fried rice turns up scads of recipes. Most are very similar to each other because it's pretty basic. I'd look through some of them and decide what you like in it in the way of vegetables and such.

richard

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Ditto what Richard said. There was one called Yummy Fried Rice posted earlier this year. Use cooked, cold rice. Hot cooked rice gets gummy. Brown rice is chewy.


Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden and I will give you rest. Matthew 11:28

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Use cooked, cold rice. Hot cooked rice gets gummy.

YES! You'll find many recipes, but the most important in any of the fried rice ones is to use cold rice. I tried it with just cooked rice the first time I made it because I didn't understand what difference it could make. It was gross, gross, gross!!! I found that most chinese food is not nearly as hard to make as I thought. :)


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YES! You'll find many recipes, but the most important in any of the fried rice ones is to use cold rice. I tried it with just cooked rice the first time I made it because I didn't understand what difference it could make. It was gross, gross, gross!!! I found that most chinese food is not nearly as hard to make as I thought. :)

And what is fun is to prepare all your ingredients ahead of time then...like the chefs on T.V. you can just dump out your little dishes of ingredients as you need them. I add the frozen or fresh peas last.


Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden and I will give you rest. Matthew 11:28

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I recently used this recipe. Don't really know where it came from, but It was delicious.

2 cups leftover rice

Oil for browning meats

3 tabelspoons butter

2 tabelspoons soy sauce

2 teaspoons worchestershire sauce

1/4 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon black pepper

1/2 diced onion

1 cup vegetables (your choice)

meat of your choice

1 egg

sesame seeds for garnish

I eliminated the sesame seeds and black pepper in the recipe because I have diverticulitis.

In a little oil, brown seasoned meats. Remove meat from pot and empty oil. Add water and cook meats until tender. Remove meat from pot. Add butter and onion. Sautee diced onion until tender. Add soy sauce, worchestershire sauce, and vegetables. Heat through. Add rice, meat, salt and pepper, heat until desired temperature. Make a well inside rice and crack egg, scramble and cook in pan and mix into rice and meats. Hope this helps!

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I'm jonesing for some pork fried rice, with sprouts, white onion, and pork...however, there's a reason I always bought it! :) I don't have the first clue how to make it. Any ideas?

I just ignor the specific soy sauces called for in this recipe and sub both with wheat free tamari.

Fried Rice with Grilled Pork ( Kao Pud Muyang )

This fried rice with pork is a quick meal, often cooked for children and westerners because it is a lot less spicy than the majority of thai cuisine. It's ideal if you have left-over rice to use up, cold rice from the day before is perfect. Other variations of this dish use chicken or shrimp. In this dish we've used pork shoulder for its tasty fat content, but other cuts of pork are also suitable. Originally from central Thailand, this is a mild non spicy dish.

Ingredient, for 2 people

200 gms pork shoulder

2 cup of long grain rice

1 egg

2 cloves garlic

2 Spring Onions

50 gms Coriander leaf

1/2 bell pepper ( red or green )

2 tablespoons of oil

1 tablespoon light soya sauce

1 tablespoon dark soya sauce

A pinch of white pepper

1/2 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon sugar

Serve With

Flaked dried chillis (optional)

Sliced cherry tomatoes

Pickled onions

Lemon segment

Preparation

1. Finely chop the garlic and bell pepper.

2. Cut the spring onions to approximately 1 cm pieces.

3. Chop the pork finely into small cubes.

4. Put oil in the frying pan and put it on a high heat. The pan should be hot before adding the ingredients.

5. Fry garlic for a few seconds, to bring out the fragrance.

6. Add the pork cubes and fry until they are fully cooked.

7. Once the pork is cooked, add the raw egg and stir it in quickly.

8. Add the rice and and the remaining ingredients.

9. Fry quickly for 30 seconds while stirring. The aim is to lightly fry the vegetables and warm through the rice.

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