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    I cook my rice a few hours before, then fry it in the wok once its cooled (the rice that is), I find doing this helps keep the rice separated.
    I cook up a big omelette (obviously you wouldn't use it if allergic), and chop it into good sized chunks.
    I fry some big chunky bits of bacon.
    I put all of that into the wok and I add:
    Some peas
    Some chopped baby corn
    Some broccoli
    Some finely diced carrot
    Some shallots
    A few decent dashes of soy sauce
    A few sprinkles of Chinese five spice
    If its too dry, I add a little bit of chicken stock too.

    As you can see, I don't measure anything out. I usually use about 5-6 cups of rice and add the vegies to go with it until I think its colourful enough. This makes dinner for 5.5 of us, and lunches for the next day too. Yuuuuumm!!
    Last edited by LlamaMa; 16-05-2013 at 13:07.

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    Onion, garlic, bacon, rice, peas, corn, egg, soy sauce and a teaspoon of sesame oil :-)

    Sometimes capsicum too, but DH and DD don't like it!

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    Bacon, sometimes chicken breast, peas and corn, add sesame oil at the end.

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    In a large electric frypan brown a diced onion, add some frozen veggies (peas, corn, carrot), add garlic, ginger, lemon grass (I just use the tubes of garlic/ginger/lemon grass that can be kept in the freezer, just a good squeeze of each), & ground pepper, stir.
    Heat left over rice from night before or left over frozen rice in microwave, then add the rice to the fry pan.
    Then add cooked diced bacon, fried egg sliced up, & a good splash of soy sauce & stir. It's really easy and yum, we often just steam some frozen packet dim sims to bulk it up a bit more for dinner.

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    Peas, carrot, corn, capsicum, bacon, grated garlic, ginger, chilli, soy sauce & oyster sauce.

    If I want to add a little extra flavour I add plum sauce too.

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    Peas, carrot, onion, zuchini, broccoli

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    Basic one as a side dish... Egg, bacon, onion, peas, soy sauce with rice.

    If its a whole meal.... Rice, egg, chicken, peas, corn, carrot, onion, soy sauce, bean shoots, finely shredded cabbage, capsicum, mushrooms, cauli and brocolli.

    If I were to do a stir fri the extra stuff is usually in that, with a sauce. Bok choy is also nice too.

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    I put pineapple in mine.

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    Spring onion
    Bacon
    Egg
    Cucumber
    Mushroom
    Bean sprouts
    Garlic and ginger
    White pepper and soy sauce

    And you must use day old rice.
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    I put in egg, bacon and shallots.... That's it.


 

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