Fried Rice (chow Fun)

Fried Rice (chow Fun) created by lynettejs

Note: This is one of the recipes I adopted in the Great 'Zaar Ophan Adoption of 2005. I hope you enjoy it.

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  • Cook bacon til lightly browned but not crunchy and set aside.
  • Add beaten eggs to bacon drippings and scramble.
  • Remove and chop very fine.
  • Add cooked rice and fry for approximately 5 minutes stirring constantly then add remaining ingredients; mix well and continue cooking for 10 minutes longer.
  • Serve piping hot.
  • NOTE: Use your favorite meats; pork, chicken, ham, beef, or shrimp, or experiment with whatever tastes good to you.
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"Note: This is one of the recipes I adopted in the Great 'Zaar Ophan Adoption of 2005. I hope you enjoy it."

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  1. La vie Boheme
    Just so you know, I haven't tried your recipe, but Chow Fun is a noodle dish, not fried rice, so you have your recipe name wrong. :)
  2. ReeLani
    Made for dinner last night, using some fresh (frozen) shrimp for the meat. We don't keep bacon in the house so I did skip that part and used a combination of regular oil and sesame oil for the frying. This was easy to prepare and tasted yummy. DH had two big bowls of it and was happy.
  3. lynettejs
    Fried Rice (chow Fun) Created by lynettejs
  4. lynettejs
    I loved this recipe! I prepared it in conjunction with Crockpot Kowloon Chicken #17079 and Chinese Broccoli #28465. I didn't add meat this time because I served it as a side dish. However, next time I plan to try it with small shrimp - can't wait!
  5. Susie in Texas
    Decided to try this recipe because of the bacon. WOW! I'm glad I did. I used 2 eggs instead of 3 and immediately after scrambling the egg, I added 1 1/2 cups of raw, salad-sized shrimp and stir-fried it first, before adding the rice and remaining ingredients. This added a little moisture to the pan but I went ahead and threw in the rice and rest of ingredients and finished it. The result was a yummy flavored fried rice. I'll be using this recipe again!
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