Top Rated Special Fried Rice Recipes

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Pinaygourmet #345142
Yummy rice with an extra crunch.
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Susie T
Another authentic asian recipe given to me. Try my beef and black bean sauce recipe with this.
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anon-7e5ni9b5e83f@base.google.com (www.Pachakam.com)
Tasty Chinese dish with rice, egg and vegetables
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CurryFrenzy
Special Fried Rice
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mbelisle
Special Fried Rice is a staple on the menu of every small-town chinese restaurant that I have ever been in and it is always different and always tastes great. This is my version, a product of necessity after coming home to an almost empty fridge after a week away.
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Rachael Ray
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Tasty Tidbits
This is a recipe I got from my ex mother in law. Originally it called for Minute Rice, which is a de-hydrated rice product you can buy in North America. Of course it’s not available here so I have adapted it to use rice you can get here. It was a rather plain recipe when she gave it to me, although very tasty….but not being able to leave well enough alone I added my own twists to it. It really is delicious. We could eat just a big plate of this for supper without anything else! It should be called everything but the kitchen sink fried rice!
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Roxygirl in Colorado
Fried rice is so delicious, colorful, versatile, and kid-friendly. It really makes a difference separating/cooling the rice. These make a filling meal with my Scallion Tortilla Wrappers.
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Vino Girl
This comes from the Peking House restaurant in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Easily adaptable to what you have on hand, including any meat you like, or use tofu. The cook times are approximate since none were given. It cooks fast, though, if you are using all leftover rice, eggs, and meat, which this recipe assumes. If you have to cook the meat, scramble eggs, etc. then it will take longer. It's best to use leftover rice.
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anon-lae33olij34n@base.google.com (BigOven.com - 150,000+ Recipes)
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LoveToCook
Fried rice is a breakfast dish in Indonesia and I believe Holland too. It is often made from the boiled rice that has been left over from the previous night's meal. My grandmother says it got it's name because it was originally made to serve Hitler's troops. It was nutritional for the soldiers and easily made from leftovers the army cook had on hand. Hitler was evil but he did make sure his troups ate a nutritious breakfast.
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anon-lae33olij34n@base.google.com (BigOven.com - 150,000+ Recipes)
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