Classical Chinese Fried Rice - Yang Zhou Chao Fan

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins


Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Break up the lumps in the cooked rice (the goal is to try to separate cooked rice into individual grains).
  2. Dice roast pork.
  3. Beat eggs.
  4. Heat iron wok till smoking hot.
  5. Swirl a ladle of cold oil in the wok to coat the inside evenly.
  6. Pour off the oil
  7. Add 2 Tbsp oil to wok.
  8. Pour the beaten egg into the hot wok.
  9. Before the eggs are completely set, put in the rice, then the roast pork and the fresh coriander.
  10. Toss and turn the rice very quickly for about ten seconds with spatula.
  11. Add the salt, light and dark soy sauce.
  12. Toss and turn the rice very quickly for about another ten seconds.
  13. When you see some the rice grains jumping up and down in the work (meaning the rice is really hot), add half the broth.
  14. Toss quickly for another ten seconds, and add the other half of the broth.
  15. Add another Tbsp oil and toss for a further 3 seconds.


Most Helpful

Such great flavor! I left out the additional salt but added some scallions. Much better than what I've had at Chinese restaurants.

iris5555 March 06, 2010

I left out the meat, but added bena sprouts, snow pea pods, and mushrooms. DELICIOUS!

katrinepa2 January 12, 2008

Came out perfect, better than what I get at the local Chinese restaurants!

Member #610488 January 11, 2008

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