Monday, April 24, 2017

Dried Shrimps & Bacon Chips Fried Rice

Fried rice can be delicious if you add in stuff like bacon chips and dried shrimps :) My Wildboar loves dried shrimps added to his fried rice and knowing he is meat eater, I added in bacon chips for him too . I threw in some chopped bird's eye chillies for heat and you tell me whether this one dish meal is delish or not!  Sliced some homegrown spring onions and garnished the fried rice with the greens.  The red chillies and green onions gives colors to the fried rice and a feast for my camera :)

This  one dish meal  is often served on our dining table when I am busy with my gardening and baking.  When hubby sees baking in the kitchen , he knows dinner would be fried rice LOL!


fried rice can be so versatile that with just an egg added ,
 your fried rice can taste restaurant standard. I  used dried shrimps 
because hubby requested for it and bacon chips an added bonus for him :)


a one dish meal that is often served when I am busy 
with my baking and gardening :)

best to use rice that is overnight or cooked a few hours before frying

Dried Shrimps & Bacon Chips Fried Rice
( for 2 persons)

ingredients:

2 bowls of cooked rice

pound A together:
(A)
3 tbsp of dried shrimps - soak and pound coarsely
2 shallots
2 cloves of garlic
3 bird's eyes chillies

some bacon chips - cut to smaller pieces
2 eggs - beaten
1.5 tbsp of rice bran oil

a dash of grounded white pepper
salt to taste
sliced spring onions for garnishing

Method:

Heat oil in a non stick frying pan, add in the pounded ingredients and stir fry till fragrant. Add in the bacon chips and continue to stir fry till bacon chips are crispy and fragrant. Add in the cooked rice and stir fry till well combined.  Push rice aside  and pour in beaten eggs in the center and cook till the eggs are half cooked , push back the rice and fry till eggs are well combined into the rice.  Give it a quick stir fry till rice is dancing on the pan. Add white pepper and salt to taste.   Dish up and garnish with sliced spring onions.

Enjoy!

2 comments:

  1. Fried rice is always versatile and soooooo....tasty! I love your golden yellow fried rice.

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    1. Thanks Irene :) yup fried rice is very versatile :) easy job too :)

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