Fried Rice with Chinese Sausage Recipe (Com Chien Lap Xuong)

Fried rice (Com Chien) is the most beloved food of many Asian children and a favorite food of many adults. My first attempt at making fried rice many moons ago was ... interesting to say the least. My own teenager thought the word "fried" in fried rice meant it had to be crunchy. So, being the good-looking, best restaurant and bar near me good-looking girl she was, I fried the rice in a large oil pool. I even skinned the rice with a spatula so it could get even crunchier.

Fried Rice with Chinese Sausage
It wasn't until much later (unfortunately) that I realized I had it all wrong. With a little practice, I can now say that I make a wok of deliciously fluffy fried rice.

Fried rice is my ideal dish when I run out of ideas for dinner or when I want the little ones to eat without fuss. It's a simple dish, with leftover ingredients. For rice, it is best to use white rice by day. For meat, I use any leftover meat I have on hand, like roast pork or chicken. You can also make fried seafood rice by adding shrimp. Sometimes I opt for canned SPAM if nothing else is available. Combine these ingredients with frozen vegetables, eggs and a little seasoning and get a quick and healthy meal.

Now I'm going to impart my wisdom to people who don't go into the kitchen to make fried rice for the first time - the most important thing to remember when making fried rice is to make sure all of its ingredients are dry. hanoi restaurant recommendations  What this means is (1) using daytime rice that has been in the fridge. Don't be tempted to use fresh rice. It will not work! It will be too wet and you will end up with a white rice. (2) Keep in mind the water / ice of frozen vegetables. If you are using frozen vegetables, be sure to defrost them completely or rinse them with warm water and allow them to dry completely before adding the wok. (3) Finally, cook the eggs before adding rice. Otherwise, the humidity of the eggs will cause the rice to spoil. Soy fried rice is poo.

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Serve 4-6

3 tablespoons vegetable oil

3 cloves garlic (minced)

3 Chinese sausages (thin strip)

1.5 cups frozen vegetables (corn, peas, carrots, etc. make sure to thaw and drain dry)

2 eggs (beaten)

6 cups cooked white rice (leftover chilled day rice is better)

1 tablespoon seasoning powder (pork, chicken or mushrooms)

1 tablespoon garlic powder

1 teaspoon salt

1/2 tablespoon granulated white sugar

1/4 teaspoon pepper

2 green onions (optional; thin slice)

In a large wok, heat the vegetable oil over medium heat.

Add the garlic and stir until fragrant.

Add the Chinese sausage. Incorporate and cook for 2-3 minutes.

Add frozen vegetables. Incorporate and cook for another 2-3 minutes.

Clean an area in the wok and add eggs.

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Add the white rice (break a large batch of rice with the back of a wooden spoon).

Add the seasoning powder, garlic powder, salted sugar and pepper.

Pull everything together until combined. Top with green onions and serve.