American Fried Rice

As you read in the post title, it’s an American fried rice but actually with southeast asian origin. According to wiki, American fried rice is a Thai fried rice dish with “American” side ingredients like fried chicken, ham, hot dogs, raisins, ketchup, and croutons.

Actually, this recipe is very simple, it’s almost the same with any fried rice you had known. I served it on breakfast time and my son Azhfaar loved it so much.

Ingredients:
2 cups cold cooked rice
1 cloves garlic, minced
1 onion, minced
3 tbsp. tomato ketchup
2 tbsp. soy sauce
2 tbsp. raisins, soaked in warm water for 1-2 minutes
3 tbsp. butter
Crispy fried hotdogs
Fried Eggs, sunny side up style

Directions:
1. Heat butter in a wok then saute garlic until slightly brown. Add onions and saute until transparent.
2. Add rice, ketchup and soy sauce. Stir and cook until all rice grains are heated through.
3. Add raisins and cook for 1 minute.
4. Transfer to a serving plate and serve with cripsy fried hotdod and sunny side up egg.

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2 Responses

  1. […] American Fried Rice Posted on May 15, 2008 by rieaane As you read in the post title, it’s an American fried rice but actually with southeast asian origin. According to wiki, American fried rice is a Thai fried rice dish with “American” side ingredients like fried chicken, ham, hot dogs, raisins, ketchup, and croutons. Actually, this recipe is very simple, it’s almost the same with any fried rice you had known. I served it on breakfast time and my son Azhfaar loved it so much. Ingredients…[Click here for the original article] […]

  2. […] American Fried Rice Posted on May 15, 2008 by rieaane As you read in the post title, it’s an American fried rice but actually with southeast asian origin. According to wiki, American fried rice is a Thai fried rice dish with “American” side ingredients like fried chicken, ham, hot dogs, raisins, ketchup, and croutons. Actually, this recipe is very simple, it’s almost the same with any fried rice you had known. I served it on breakfast time and my son Azhfaar loved it so much. Ingredients…[Click here for the original article] […]

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