Basic Frying Rice. Remember, always cook rice in rice cooker, safe and will never get burned.
***the most important thing for frying rice is the rice: Do not add excessive water when you cooking rice, after rice is done, toss them right away so they wont stick together...let them cool down...perfect for frying****
I usually add boiled green peas or boiled mixed vegetables (takes about 6 min. to be done) stir-fried chicken or beef or precooked shrimp. - One or two of them.
Sure you can always add cooked veg. or shrimp before you add rice - this way, the veg have more taste.
If you prefer onion than green onion, then use fine chopped white onion replace the green onion,cook a little longer with the onion . It goes well with fried rice, taste great, too.
If you don't eat eggs,you don't need to add eggs.
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Phad Thai or Thai Style Fried Noodles is a favorite for visitors to Thailand.. Now you can learn to cook this dish at home using the online videos. Copy the recipe below then watch the cooking Thai style fried noodles video.
* 100g thin rice noodles
* 3 tbsp cooking oil (Soya Bean)
* 1 tsp chopped red shallots
* 20g pork minced
* 1 tbsp dried shrimp, rinsed and dried
* 10g firm bean curd, diced
* 3 tsp chopped salted Chinese radish
* 1 tbsp tamarind water/juice
* 50g Chinese chives cut 1 inch strips
* 2 tbsp crushed roasted peanuts
* 1 tsp roasted chili powder
* 1 lime wedge
* 2 tbsp sugar
* 1 egg
* ¼ cup bean sprouts
* 1 tbsp Thai fish sauce
Soak noodles in water for 5 minutes until soft then drain. Heat oil in a wok over medium heat and stir fry shallot and the roasted chili powder until fragrant and color changes. Add pork, stir until cooked then add bean curd, dried shrimp and salted Chinese radish. Push the mixture to the back side of the wok. Add noodles and toss them well then add the sugar, fish sauce and tamarind mixture, stir well. Break in egg and stir until done. Add Chinese chives and bean sprouts stir 30 seconds add peanuts and serve.
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I always use corn oil, canola oil, or vegetable oil for stirring frying.
Just some simple dishes go with plain rice. Chinese people eat a lot plain rice, so we cook many different dishes go with it.
Thai Stir Fried Chicken with Chilies and Holy Basil, "Phad Ga-Praw Gai" is a favorite for lunch time meal for the Thai people. It is usually made with minced chicken and served over rice with a hard fried egg on top. Copy the recipe below then watch the Thai Stir Fried Chicken with Chilies and Holy Basil video and take notes. Thai Stir Fried Chicken with Chilies and Holy Basil "Phad Ga-Praw Gai" 1/3 cup cooking oil 2 tsp chopped garlic 1 tsp chopped birds eye chilies 200g sliced or minced chicken breast skinned ½ - 1 tbsp Thai fish sauce 1 tbsp Soy sauce 1 tbsp Oyster sauce 1 tsp sugar 1 cup holy basil leaves Heat wok over high heat. Add cooking oil then garlic and chilies, stir fry for a very short 15 seconds or less until fragrant. Quickly add the chicken and continue to stir fry for 1 to 2 minutes. Add fish sauce, soy sauce and oyster sauce and stir thoroughly. Add the holy basil and stir again. Transfer to serving dish. Garnish with carrot or fried holy basil leaves.
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