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Recipe Name: Vegetable Fried Rice  
Category: Cuisines of the World Sub Category: Chinese


Prep Time Cook Time Serves
30 mins 45 mins 2



cooked rice, long grained, preferably one day old   2 cups
Garlic puree   1 tsp
Ginger puree   1/2 tsp
Vegetable oil   2 tsp
Sesame oil   1/2 tsp
Sambal oeleck (or any hot sauce - optional)   1 tsp
Mixed cooked vegetables   1 cup
Mountain Sauce (or a good quality soy sauce)   50 ml
Egg, beaten lightly   1
Green Onion cut thin (green parts only)   2


  • In a hot pan, add the vegetable and sesame oils. Sauté the garlic and ginger for 10 seconds.
  • Add your cold, day old rice. If your heat is high enough, the rice won't stick. Stir fry it for about 1 minute.
  • Add your vegetables and hot sauce. Cook another minute.
  • Now, tilt your pan towards you, at a 45 degree angle. Push the food up, so that you have some space on the bottom. This is where you add your egg.
  • Scramble it using a plastic spatula. When the eggs are just about scrambled, put your pan back down and toss everything together.
  • Add your Mountain sauce (or soy). Toss everything together. Let the liquid absorb into the rice. It should not be liquidy. Add the green onions.
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Suggested Variation
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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size   1cup
Amount Per Serving
Calories 230 Calories from Fat 63
% Daily Value'
Total Fat  7g 15%
Saturated Fat  -
Trans Fat  -  
Cholesterol  -
Sodium  972mg 40%
Total Carbohydrate  36g 11%
Dietary Fiber   1g 3%
Protein   3g
Vitamin A   106%   * Vitamin C  
Calcium   7% * Iron   1%
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending upon your daily needs