Memories of Fried Rice

Ask any Asian friend of yours and most likely mum has made fried rice out of leftover rice at some point in their childhood.  With most Asian families running their rice-cooker everyday, it’s no wonder fried rice always makes it to the dinner table.

I don’t usually make typical Chinese dinners so this was a nice treat for me as well.  Armed with leftover rice, some fresh chicken and some veges, it was SO SIMPO <apply Russell Peters accent here>.

Difficulty rating: 2 out of 5

Ingredients:
– Leftover rice to feed 4 (cold is better)
– Chicken thighs or breast
– Celery
– Frozen peas or vege mix
– Teriyaki, soy and oyster sauce
– Chopped onions and garlic
– White pepper

Directions:
1. Heat up a non-stick pan, add Canola oil
2. Fry onions and garlic
3. Add chicken and saute until cooked through
4. Add veges to the pan
4. Add sauces to taste (I like my fried rice tasty)
5. Add white pepper if you have any (so much better)
6. Add cold leftover rice to the pan and start breaking up the clumps
7. Mix well and add more seasoning if needed

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