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    Default Fried Rice - what do you put in yours?

    It's a meal I think I've only ever cooked once before, many years ago. I've never had it in take-away form due to my egg allergy.

    I've found a good basic recipe, but it's the kind of dish that has many variations and it'll be good to play around with different combinations.

    So please, tell me what you add to yours that makes it totally delicious

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    Bacon chicken shallots bean sprouts peas and egg.


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    Bacon, egg (omelette cut up - omit if you're allergic ), frozen corn, peas and carrot, soy sauce and olive oil. And rice.

    It's my cheat dinner so it's basically whatever is in the fridge.

    Sub bacon with chicken, ham or whatever if there's no bacon, and use whatever veg there is!

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    I use the 30 second in the microwave tub of Sunrice brown rice rather than cooking up rice. It's just DP and I so the little tub is enough for 2.
    Fry onion and bacon, chuck the tub of rice in, add peas, celery, shallots, slice up a cooked omlette, dash of soy sauce and voila - she's cooked. If I'm feeling adventurous then I do put in chopped capsicum sometimes.
    It's actually really tasty even though it's easy.

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    Bacon, egg, shallots or brown onion, soy sauce, olive oil, oregano and garlic, peas, corn, carrot, dash of salt and pepper.

    If I want it as a meal, I add chicken.

    I make it atleast once a week and it's always the dish that I take to a bbq.

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    Egg, peas, corn, coriander, garlic, ginger , shallots , sesame oil, Chinese cooking wine and soy sauce - ill add prawns or crab if making it a meal

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    I fry off some Terasi (shrimp paste) with some fresh garlic and diced onion and then add my rice and a fried omelette diced up (previously cooked) and sometimes diced bacon or ham, shredded chicken, beef, whatever protein I have and then usually whatever I have on hand such as bean sprouts, capsicum, water chestnuts, shallots.

    To flavour it I use oyster sauce, soy sauce and fish sauce and if I want it to be a little more sweeter as opposed to savoury I sometimes add some Ketchup Manis.
    The thing I love about fried rice is there are no hard and fast rules and you can add whatever you have on hand or want to use up.

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    Fry off a brown onion and what ever meat with the egg and veggies, add rice, fish sauce, a touch of dark soy sauce and light soy sauce, then add spring onions in the end.

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    I heat sesame oil, then cook off bacon, then add onion, then add garlic, a dash of chinese cooking wine, then veges and cooked meat (whatever you like eg: prawns, chicken, zuccini, peas, corn), then add rice, soy sauce to season, then chopped coriander and chopped spring onions at the end. I do mine in a wok. Yum.
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