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Fried rice V2.0 #7750442 02/19/20 05:59 PM
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Ok, let’s try this again.

I’m gonna try for the perfect rice for frying today. Tomorrow is the soonest I can use the rice, it’s gotta rest and chill first to reduce the moisture in it so it won’t stick together.

Peanut oil is the main oil. Sesame oil is added very sparingly along with a dash of Oyster sauce and shoyu sauce. A good shake of garlic and onion powder, a pinch of smoked salt and a generous grind of black peppercorns. I wish I had some ginger.

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I brought the heat to max and stirred the oils together as the sauces kinda cooked away leaving little flakes of flavor. Then I added two cups of long grain rice. BTW, a one pound bag of long grain is two cups.

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The mission is to stir over high heat until each and every grain of rice is coated in the oil, and then stir, stir, stir until the rice starts to brown. Then, turn off the burner and continue stirring until the skillet cools down to finish browning the grains.

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I’ll stop there since this is my prototype. Now it goes in our old rice cooker with four cups of water and wait for the ding.

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I use a scant four cups of water.

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This is the max load for our rice cooker. It’ll fill it up and probably boil over just a little.

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Now I just cover it and push the button. When it dings in about 20 minutes, I’ll remove the lid and let it begin to dry as it cools. Then I’ll spread it on a shallow baking pan and let it dry some more. Lastly, it’ll go in the fridge partially covered with clear wrap to chill and dry some more. Tomorrow or day after it should be ready to try.

I haven’t decided what kind of fried rice I’m gonna make. Shrimp maybe.

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And that’s it for now.



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That looks great. I've always started with cooked rice.


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Off to a good start and Shrimp sounds like a winner up


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She just took out a sirloin. Surf and turf fried rice!


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Originally Posted by Cast
She just took out a sirloin. Surf and turf fried rice!



That's mighty fine eating, especially for a week day.


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
That looks great. I've always started with cooked rice.


Yeah, every recipe I've ever seen starts with cooked rice. Preferably yesterday and fridge chilled overnight.

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Originally Posted by bill oxner
That looks great. I've always started with cooked rice.

This.

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I always start with cooked rice too, but that looks great.

I was in our Asian store a while back and came across a packet for fried rice. I got one and tried it, it was best I have had at home. Will be getting more. They were out last time I was there.


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How was it? confused2


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Not gonna make it today. Got leftover collard greens to eat first. Cornbread is in the oven.


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I put together a batch today -

Shrimp, sirloin, onion and garlic in butter and olive oil.

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The toasted rice worked as I had hoped. No clumps, individual grains of rice.

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It’s done. Has a great new toasty flavor.

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We like it!


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