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Fried Rice

Fried Rice created by Peter J

This is a recipe from Donna Hay. When I can get it I also like to add barbecued pork, or even Chinese sausage which is available from most supermarkets. It's a meal in itself.

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  • Cook the rice via absorption method and allow to cool slightly and separate grains with a fork (the rice could be made in advance or the day before).
  • Heat peanut oil in a wok or deep frying pan over high heat and add the beaten eggs and swirl around wok until cooked, breaking the egg up as you go.
  • Add the rice, ginger, chillies, green onions, garlic chives and prawns and cook for 5 minutes or so.
  • Sprinkle with soy sauce.
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"This is a recipe from Donna Hay. When I can get it I also like to add barbecued pork, or even Chinese sausage which is available from most supermarkets. It's a meal in itself."
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  1. Peter J
    Fried Rice Created by Peter J
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  2. Peter J
    Yummo Terese! The only change I made was to use diced ham rather than shrimp because the main dish I was serving it with contained prawns. At first I was stumped by what 'garlic sprouts' were but noticed later that it mentioned garlic chives and someone had recently given me a garlic chive plant, so this was my first opportunity to use them in a recipe that actually calls for them!
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  3. Terese
    This is a recipe from Donna Hay. When I can get it I also like to add barbecued pork, or even Chinese sausage which is available from most supermarkets. It's a meal in itself.
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