I was thinking of this dish for quite some time and decided to make this because of how it reflects my culture and also mainly cause I love eating fried rice, so I thought to myself, why not try making it myself rather than spend money on eating out?
So I had a friend who was working in a Chinese restaurant to teach me the basics on how to make this delicious dish. It took me quite a while to get a hang of how to use the wok, as you would see in the video, I haven’t fully gotten a hang of it yet.
I would have made the side dishes as well, but there was a time limit for the video, so I’m very sorry, that I was not able to share with you guys on how to make the Tandoori Chicken and the Prawn Sambal, but I know you’ll enjoy the fried rice. So here is the recipe that I came up with after learning, so check it out.
– Rice (works well with leftover rice), 1 bowl (80-100g cooked)
– Palm Oil, (as much as needed)
– Egg, 1 number (large)
– Garlic, 4 number (40g)
– Carrot, 30g
– Green Peas, 30g
– Prawn, 2 numbers (50g)
– Fish Cake, 50g
– Dried Shrimp, grinded to powder ( ¼ tbsp)
– Fish Sauce, 1 tbsp
– Soy Sauce, ½ tbsp
– Sesame Oil, ¾ tbsp
1. Heat up pan/wok, add in palm oil and heat up until smoking but not burnt.
2. Cook egg first, followed by garlic, green peas and carrot. Followed up with the prawn and fish cake.
3. Add in some powdered dried shrimp, followed by rice (make sure there is no clumps in rice).
4. Once rice is properly mixed with the vegetable and meats, season it with fish sauce , soy sauce, and sesame oil. (Feel free to add a bit of water to avoid rice from being to dry)
5. Cook until rice is properly mixed, then plate it (with side-dishes if you’d like), served hot is recommended.
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