Saturday, September 29, 2012


Yup, I said step back. Think I just upped the bar on fried rice. Juuuuust the right amount of basic ingredients can make left overs into a breakfast delight. Seriously, this one turned out super frickin' good.

I used the following:
  • Left Over Brown Rice
  • Half Can Spam
  • 2 Super Fresh Eggs
  • 1/4 White Onion
  • Handful of Whole Beans
  • Shredded Carrots
  • Kamaboko (fish cake, for you mainlanders)
  • Couple Cloves of Garlic  
  • Aloha Shoyu
  • Vegetable Oil
  • Unknown Chinese Fried Rice Flavor Packet (optional)
  • Black Pepper
  • Couple dashes of Worcestershire

This is not a actual recipe, no ways - just some simple, basic guidelines if you want to make your own fried rice.

I always just eyeball the ingredients with whatever amount of left overs I happen to have to work with. Key things are to use high heat; preheat that wok, make it super hot. Fry up the spam first, or whatever meat you're using. Then add onions. Then veggies. Add shoyu.

Add rice.  Fry! Add a little more shoyu.

Scramble the eggs on the side, leave it half cooked.

Use as little oil as possible for the fried rice, keep it fluffy by constantly scooping and turning it in the hot ass wok. Add the optional fried rice flavoring packet now.

Add the eggs last.


1 comment:

  1. The pics have resulted in uncontrollable drooling.