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Scallion And Ginger Fried Rice


Scallion And Ginger Fried Rice

Ingredients



6 Cups of Cooked Cooled Rice
4 Scallions, sliced (separate white and green parts)

40 g Ginger, peeled and chopped
4 Cloves Garlic, peeled and chopped

4 Eggs, lightly beaten with a pinch of sea salt and white pepper
1 ½ Cups Frozen Mix Vegetables (corn, carrot, peas, and beans), thawed

3 Tbsp Soy Sauce
1 Tbsp Dark Soy Sauce
4 Scallions, sliced

Ground White Pepper

Sea Salt to taste
Peanut Oil



Method



Heat about 1 ½ Tbsp of oil in a large wok over medium to high heat. Cook the eggs until they are set and mashed them lightly with the spatula and set aside.


Add another 3 Tbsp of oil in the wok and mix in the scallions (white part), ginger, and garlic and cook until they are golden in color.

Then mix in the rice and cook briefly for about 5 minutes. Toss in the mixed vegetables and give it a quick stir, mixed in the cooked eggs, soy sauce, and dark soy sauce. Stir the rice well, add the remainder scallions, and season with salt and pepper. Serve immediately.

Serves 4


Comments

  1. Will make this for dinner tomorrow as I already have the cooked rice and I love anything that has ginger!

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  2. My father always made such wonderful fried rice... and recently I've been taking a stab at it myself. I know there are so many wonderful things you can do with it, but I have yet to include ginger into the mix. Seeing that I adore ginger, that's going to have to change.

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  3. What a delicious dish. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Fantastic flavor combo. Great vibrant photography.

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  5. We love fried rice because it is such a great way to use up leftovers. I don't think that I have ever added ginger - nice touch.

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  6. I absolutely love fried rice! This looks really lovely and delicious!

    Have a wonderful day,
    Tammy

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  7. Wow, this looks absolutely delicious! I haven't had fried rice in years. I will have to change that as you have me craving some now!

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  8. This is so nice...I love fried rice with ginger and scallion ! It adds flavor to the rice :) Thanks for sharing your version...love it!!

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  9. Simple ingredients but so much flavour!

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  10. This would make a good confinement food :D sometimes I deep fry ginger to scatter on top of the rice.

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  11. @alison: Thank you for the comment.

    @Margaret: Thanks for trying the recipe. Hope you like it.

    @A Thought For Food: Fried rice is a versatile dish and since you adore ginger then do remember to toss some for your next fried rice. Enjoy!

    @City Share: Thanks.

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  12. @Tammy: Thanks.

    @Jennifer (Delicieux): Do give this recipe a try. Thanks for the comment.

    @Elin: Thanks.

    @pigpigscorner : Indeed!

    @babe_kl: Yes, it would definitely make a good confinement food.

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