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    One of my fondest memories growing up is the reaction my best friend had about my mom's fried rice. She was so addicted to it she would randomly request that mom make some. I have been craving it lately but knowing that it needs to be done with "yesterday's" leftover rice gets me every time. (If fresh rice is used it will stick together in a mushy mess instead of separating out into individual dry pieces.) Well, as luck would have it I spaced when making rice a few nights ago & instead of loading the rice cooker with 2 cups rice & 4 cups water I put in 4 cups of both! So I added another 4 cups of water & wow... that was a lot of leftover rice! So, last night I combined what I could remember of mom's fried rice with what I had on hand & my family loved it. We ate this for a main meal but usually it's served as a side. The first bite I took really did take me back 25 years! I hope you enjoy it too! :)

    Recipe #381017

    13 Reviews |  By Jaymee

    Something new to try. I used a combination of recipes for this one and it tastes very much like the pancit I enjoyed from the many Filipino friends I made while my hubby was in the Navy. It looks like more work than it actually is...try it and have some fun.

    Recipe #61723

    Crunchy sweet walnuts with crispy prawns--a wonderful combination. Don't let the mayonnaise part throw you off--it is very good.

    Recipe #31581

    This is a copycat recipe from PF Chang's China Bistro. We don't have a PF Chang's anywhere near us, and my sister had a craving, so I hunted this one up on the 'net.

    Recipe #137175

    I made this last summer holidays when I went back to Japan.It's really crispy and really nice, and you can serve it with fried sweet potato (satsuma imo), which we cook like french fries.

    Recipe #94133

    I saw this on Sara's Secrets and couldn't wait to try it! The sauce brings out the sweetness in the fish. Enjoy!

    Recipe #118010

    Here is a dish I am famous for both with my friends in Japan and Canada. It was given to me by an aunt in Japan and I wanted to share her recipe with the rest of the world..lol.

    Recipe #119221

    There are similar versions of this out there, but I tweaked the one I got from a good friend's sister. It sounds like a weird combination, but it is quick to make, easy, and very tasty. But, those who save my other recipes know that I like simple, flavorful dishes. *** Windywood- I have made it using candied pineapple tidbits before, soy nuts, apple bits, sunflower seeds, etc. Each time, it comes out a bit different, but wonderful. It is a very fun recipe to experiment with.

    Recipe #140998


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