This is a fantastic dish! I cut the recipe in half but still used 1 lb. of sausage in it as we like more meat in our dishes. It really makes a lot. This is a dish where you can add any other vegetables you have on hand to it like zucchini, peppers, mushrooms, etc. Thanks for posting and I loved the picture of your mother. Made for Cookbook Tag game.
I will have to make this again before I rate it. I thought my rice was "cold enough" but it was not. Mines came out mushy. I will make it again.
Great fried rice. I used left over pork loin diced but the rest as written. Great with Szechuan pork.
Finally I had fried rice that wasn't all gloppy thank you for the tip on the cold rice. I had to use ham since I didn't have any sausage but it was delicious anyway. I halved this and still we had plenty left over this does make a lot.
Wow - this is a fantastic dish. We had 3 kids eating along and they loved it, too. I used both red and green cabbage, sausage and chicken. We added dried pepper flakes on the side. This is a keeper for sure. Thanks for sharing!
Excellent fried rice. Had no pork sausage, so I used tiny slivers of ham instead. I grated the carrots roughly so they would cook more evenly. Overall a great way to use up leftover rice.
Great- no opinions, you've covered everything. Once you cook the sausage, everything comes together rather quickly, so don't over cook this dish once the rice is in the pan, you don't want it mushy.
Delicious! Even though I cut back a bit on the amounts, it still made quite a lot. I used napa cabbage, as that is what I prefer. Not real fond of the regular kind. I found that I did have to use a little extra soy sauce on the side. :)
Beautiful and delicious! You have transported me to Japan! I added sweet red peppers, fresh garlic and ginger. I will definitely keep this in my recipe box! Thanks for sharing!
WOW! It is really easy and good. I used brown rice and subbed mushrooms and red peppers for the bean sprouts. Made for the Add More Veggies Asia Challenge for ZWT 4. PS I love the fact that you included the picture of your mother in your original photo. It really showed how much this recipe means to you and spurred me to choose it. =D