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Fried Rice Recipe

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This recipe for Fried Rice, by , is from International Women's Club of Bishkek Cookbook, one of the cookbooks created at FamilyCookbookProject.com. We help families or individuals create heirloom cookbook treasures.

Lynda Bruges
Added: Wednesday, April 1, 2009


2 cups of rice cook in 3 cups of water

cup of peas

cup of corn kernels

3 rashers bacon cut into 1cm strips

red pepper

2 spring onions

2 lightly beaten eggs

100 grams small cooked prawns

2 tablespoons of light soy sauce


Cook rice on a low heat until all water has been absorbed (about 18 minutes) grains should be plump and separate.
If using fresh peas and corn cook until just tender and drain. If using canned - drain and use.
Heat half the oil in a wok and stir fry bacon until cooked. Add red pepper and spring onions stir fry for one minute and remove from wok.
Pour beaten egg into the empty wok and turn pan to spread the eggs over the bottom of the pan. Cook until firm underneath and break up with a spatula into strips/ slivers. Remove from the wok and put in a bowl.
Wipe out the wok then add remaining oil. Toss rice mixture over a high heat for two minutes add remaining ingredients and sprinkle with the soy sauce.
Toss over a high heat for two to three minutes. Serve hot.




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