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PORK FRIED RICE
Date:October 24, 2015 Viewing:Click on THUMBNAIL to bring up larger image with captions. There will also be controls for manual or self running slide show. Learn More:ClickHERE to jump to additional Info about this recipe.
The ingredients are gathered: Long grain rice (cooked one day ahead), eggs, scallions, peas, eggs, Shaoxing rice wine, peanut oil, soy sauce, sesame oil, sea salt and black pepper.
The Egg was stabilized at 650 degrees. The wok was pre-heated for a minute, at which time peanut oil was swirled around the base and the pork was added.
The pork was cooked until it was almost done and then was removed from the wok.
The eggs and scallions when on next…
… followed by the peas.
The rice and the remaining seasonings and sauces were added and wee stir fried to combine.
The last step was to add in the nearly cooked pork…
…and stir fry this until was combined.
I held the rice at low temperature in a food warmer while I cooked the other two dishes.
The fried rice was served with pork Chow Mein and shredded Pork with Garlic-Chives.
This pork fried rice was simple to prep and make. It was not the best pork fried rice I made, but was the easiest. The recipe could certainly be adapted to add more ingredients and flavors.
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Where I was making everything else this day from The Essential Wok Cookbook, I decided to adapt their recipe for shrimp fried rice to turn it into Pork Fried Rice. I swapped the shrimp out for some diced pork. I probably should have used more pork. This recipe was a simpler version of several other fried rice recipes I have made, and I added some peas to get a little additional flavor. The other thing all of the recipes I have made so far share in common, is they have you make the rice in advance 1 or 2 days before. I will let the pictures explain the rest and I will conclude by saying this is a solid fried rice recipe. Not the best I’ve had but better than what you get a take-out Chinese restaurants. You give up a little flavor for a quick and easy prep.