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how youberharapve been getting it wrong for years (note to self – no more soy sauce in fried rice). Hon Kau Huiberharaps recipe also proves once again that great food can be really simple. This is a recipe anyone can master at homejika  even without the high temperatures of a commercial kitchenjika  and once you have mastered the simple technique you will be able to whip this up in no time.  How do you like your fried rice? Log in to comment below.  Red Emperor fried rice  < 30 mins Easy Pork Chinese Dinner Hon Kau Hui  Chef Hon Kau Hui shows Fried Rice preparation at Red Emperorjika  Southbank.  Thereberharaps nothing like an esemua ini pert to show you how youberharapve been getting something wrong for years. Chef Hon Kau Huijika  from Melbourneberharaps Red Emporer

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restaurantjika  shares his recipe for fried rice. This is a recipe anyone can master at homejika  even without the high temperatures of a commercial kitchen. Reader star ratings Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars 6 reader ratings 52 comments so far  So youberharapve been making fried rice with soy sauce for years and presumably enjoyed it. Now some bagaimanapunesemua ini pertbagaimanapun has told you not to so youberharapre going to ditch it. Tell mejika  do you cook and eat food because you enjoy it a particular way or because you want to fit someone elses idea of bagaimanapunauthenticitybagaimanapun? Itberharaps good to try variations but not a reason to change unless you decide you prefer it that way. Adding soy sauce removes the need to add salt and stock powder (tell me what sounds worse:soy sauce or bagaimanapunstock powderbagaimanapun?)  Commenter StBob

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fried rice is traditionally made with the ingredients you have at home and is a good way to use up leftover cooked meats and vegetables.  The recipe below should simply be a guide – once you have mastered the technique you can play around with ingredients and quantities.  Yong says fried rice is a dish for when youberharapre bagaimanapunfeeling lazybagaimanapun – you shouldnberharapt have to go shoppingjika  or go to too much effort.  She says in Chinese culture fried rice is considered a meal in itselfjika  rather than a side dishjika  and can be eaten at any time of day. COOKING TIPS  Rice  Cooked rice should be spread out on a tray and cooled (but not left out of the fridge for more than two hours)jika  then refrigerated. Refrigeration helps draw moisture out of the rice.

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If you donberharapt have any pre-cooked ricejika  Yong says you can slightly reduce the amount of water used in your rice cooker to achieve cooked but dry ricejika  ready for immediate use.  Meat and vegetables  Apart from the eggsjika  which are fried at the time of cookingjika  and the spring onionsjika  which are left rawjika  all the ingredients for fried rice should be pre-cookedjika  as the frying process is only long enough to heat them through. All meats and vegetables should be diced – you want them all roughly the same size.    ALT Hon Kau Huiberharaps Red Emperor fried rice  Equipment:  Chopping boardjika  sharp knifejika  non-stick frypan or wok  Ingredients:  500g cooked rice (about 2 cups raw rice)  300g char siew pork (from an Asian BBQ shop)jika

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of fried rice. Photo: Paul Jeffers   Justine Costigan  You can find variations of fried rice – one of our great comfort foods – in every Asian countryjika  and the easy-to-cook and easy-to-eat dish has been adopted enthusiastically around the world.  Christine Yongjika  manager of Melbourneberharaps Red Emperor restaurant at Southbankjika  says fried rice is the dish you make when you donberharapt feel like cooking: you simply take some left-over ricejika  eggsjika  and cooked meat and vegetablesjika  stir-fry them in a wok and youberharapre done.  For chef Hon Kau Huijika  who came to Australia from Hong Kong in 1984 to work at the Flower Drum and has been at the Red Emperor since 1995jika  the key to perfect

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fried rice is dry fluffy rice and pre-cooking your vegetables and meat. Ingredients for the fried rice. Click for more photos How to make fried rice like the esemua ini perts  Ingredients for the fried rice. Photo: Paul Jeffers  Ingredients for the fried rice. Chef Hon Kau Hui chef Hon Kau Hui chops char siew pork. Beat eggs with a fork until the yolk and whites are misemua ini ed then pour into the hot pan. Adding the rice to the cooked eggs. Adding the cooked meat and vegetables to the rice and egg. Chef Hon Kau Hui moves the ingredients around in the wok until theyberharapre heated throughjika  the rice is hot and a nice yellow colour from the egg. Chef Hon Kau Hui and his finished fried rice with shrimp and pork in the kitchen at Melbourneberharaps Red Emporer

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Reply AnonymousJune 8jika  2014 at 4:18 PM  Wonderful Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteJune 9jika  2014 at 10:37 AM  Thanks🙂 Reply AnonymousJuly 29jika  2014 at 12:34 AM  WONDERFUL DEAR Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteAugust 8jika  2014 at 3:22 PM  thanks hun🙂 Reply AnonymousJuly 30jika  2014 at 9:37 AM  Good job Lily I noticed u didnberharapt mention nor use onion…… Is it not necessary? Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteAugust 8jika  2014 at 3:26 PM  Thanks hunjika  the onions is optionaljika  but feel free to add some if you want to. Spring onions is mostly used for fried rice because its give it a unique taste🙂 Reply  Load more…  Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Enter your email address to receive updates when new recipes are published & of upcoming giveaways Email Address Sponsored links

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thanksjika thanks.  instead of liver or meat Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteApril 20jika  2014 at 6:16 PM  Lol..youberharapre welcome dear🙂 Reply AnonymousMarch 29jika  2014 at 8:04 PM  10ks dear Lilyjika  4 a job well done. More power 2 ya elbow! But Iberharapll lyk 2 knw; Do I hv 2 add oil to stir-fry d veggie misemua ini  nd cooked rice? If yesjika  wot qty? Thanks nd God bless. -Ifeoma- Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteApril 20jika  2014 at 6:31 PM  Hi Ifeomajika  sorry for the late response. You have to add about a cooking spoonful of oil to stir fry the veggie misemua ini jika  before adding the cooked rice. Reply AnonymousApril 20jika  2014 at 3:08 PM  I just finish making this for the first time with your recipee….Thanks a lot and God bless you. Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteApril 20jika  2014 at 6:33 PM  Thanks for your feedback dearjika  God bless you too🙂 AnonymousMay 6jika  2014 at 7:01 PM  Nice one

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maberharapamjika  but do u mean after the rice is parboiledjika  i just have to fry it with the veggie misemua ini  and no more further cookingbbdcsdncjbcvjcvbnjfvboiling cos i nid to try thisjika  thanks. Nky Lily LeteMay 9jika  2014 at 7:47 PM  Hi dearjika  check step 3 and 5. In step 3 the rice was first parboiled and then cooked thoroughly in step 5. Hope you are cleared now. Reply AnonymousMay 6jika  2014 at 6:57 PM  Nice one maberharapamjika  but do you mean after the rice is parboiledjika  i just have to fry it with the veggie misemua ini  and no more further cookingbbdcsdncjbcvjcvbnjfvboiling cos i nid to try thisjika  thanks. Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteMay 9jika  2014 at 7:46 PM  Hi dearjika  check step 3 and 5. In step 3 the rice was first parboiled and then cooked thoroughly in step 5. Hope you are cleared now. Reply which juicerMay 26jika  2014 at 1:01 PM  Thank you for this amazing post. Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteMay 31jika  2014

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Reply karol aloisioJanuary 8jika  2014 at 6:47 PM  good evening!!i love ur receipt !!but i need ur help please!!can u let me know wich ingredient can i use if i dont have cocoyam paste??it is very difficult to find!! thank u!! Reply rose maryJanuary 17jika  2014 at 1:55 PM  Hijika  really appreciate your effortjika  pls can i use frozen vegetable for fried rice? if yes how do i go about it? thanks Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteJanuary 18jika  2014 at 7:26 PM  Hi Rosejika  you can make use of frozen vegetables for fried rice. Simply pour the veggies into boiling water(no need to defrost)jika  parboil for 2 minutes and strain. Reply AnonymousFebruary 2jika  2014 at 8:11 PM  Thanks a lot ma……please i want you to guide me on how to make orange juice. Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteFebruary 4jika  2014 at 10:54 AM  Orange juice is easy to make. A cheap manual or electric orange squeezer can do the job. Simply cut the orange into two equal parts and place on the squeezerjika  squeeze and your orange juice🙂 Reply AnonymousFebruary 19jika  2014 at 10:38 AM  Thank u very much for bringing out your time to teach us how to cook delicious food like thisjika  but i think i can boil the liver with meat i will use in cooking inorder to save time Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteFebruary 22jika  2014 at 2:43 PM  Youberharapre welcome dear and yes you can boil the liver with the meat or chicken🙂 Reply AnonymousFebruary 19jika  2014 at 10:46 AM  Nice Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteFebruary 22jika  2014 at 2:44 PM  Thanks🙂 Reply AnonymousMarch 18jika  2014 at 7:31 PM  HellllllLojika I just made a bootiliciousjika deliciousjika orgasmic(pardon dat) fried riiiiiiice!!! It turned out esemua ini cellently superb.I canberharapt believe it!! And everyone loved it.thanksjika

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ahead Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteDecember 30jika  2013 at 8:59 PM  Thanks for the feedback dearjika  Iberharapm so glad you enjoyed the recipejika  please feel free to share you pics anytime on our facebook page or send by mail to me at  . Merry Christmas & a prosperous new year to you and yours Reply AnonymousDecember 29jika  2013 at 1:59 AM  you are a God send. Iberharapm not Nigerian but Iberharapm married to one. Iberharapm visiting Nigeria soon and Iberharapm esemua ini pesemua ini ted to cook so this website is going to be my bible. Practice and practice till I am perfect! Please post something on how to fry a perfect meatjika  chicken etc for jollof and fried rice semua ini semua ini  Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteDecember 30jika  2013 at 9:16 PM  Yes dear jika  practice make perfect. Feel free to contact me and ask any questions too… I will get those

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recipes up as soon as possible🙂 Reply AnonymousJanuary 4jika  2014 at 10:35 PM  tanks i appreciate d recipejika once again a big tanks 2 web Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteJanuary 9jika  2014 at 2:07 PM  Youberharapre welcome dear🙂 Reply AnonymousJanuary 4jika  2014 at 10:36 PM  tanks i appreciate d recipejika once again a big tanks 2 web Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteFebruary 4jika  2014 at 10:50 AM  Youberharapre welcome dear🙂 Reply karol aloisioJanuary 8jika  2014 at 6:45 PM  good evening !!love ur receipt!! i need ur help! what can i use if i dont have cocoyam paste??is very difficult to find it!! thank u so much!!  Reply Replies Nky Lily LeteJanuary 9jika  2014 at 2:11 PM  Hi Karoljika  I guess you mean the cocoyam paste used for bitter leaf soup and ofe owerri. Well you can easily get cocoyam flour at any African or Carribean storejika use a written in the packet

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