Pork and Vegetable Fried Rice is the Perfect Side Dish for any Asian Meal
Pork and vegetable fried rice is a staple of most Chinese restaurants. But you don’t need to rely on takeaway to enjoy it. Just make your own. It is pretty easy to do and tastes great. Best of all no MSG which most Chinese restaurants use.
The first step to doing great fried rice is the eggs. You make them almost like you do when you make an omelet. Let them start to set in the pan and the swirl them to the middle and let the part that is not set ooze out to the edge. When they are all set, then you place them on a cutting board and chop them into pieces.
After that it’s fairly straight forward. You just keep cooking the ingredients adding them bit by bit until the whole dish is done. Then the oyster sauce and chopped eggs are added back to the pan to finish.
Vegetables are added in close to the end so that they will still have some crunch to them. Garnish with some chopped green onion and serve. I used barbequed spare ribs that I chopped up for my meat but you can substitute pork chops or pork loin cut into pieces.
And now who is ready for some Asian dishes? And of course, you need some chopsticks. (affiliate link) They last about 3 minutes in my hands before I switch to a fork but a gal’s gotta try, right?
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