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cooking. Use medium to long grain ricejika not short grain sweetbbdcsdncjbcvjcvbnjfvsushi rice or glutinous rice. Medium grain jasmine rice is my choice for fluffyjika sturdy grains that don’t clump or fall apart when fried. Short grain rice tends to be softer and to stick together. A blazing hot wok (a wok is ideal but a large panjika skilletjika or Dutch oven will do) and an adequate amount of oil will ensure your ingredients don’t stick to the surface. That’s how restaurants achieve the smokyjika “burnt” flavor in their stir-fried dishes. Your home stove probably doesn’t have the same BTU strength (unless you have a commercial Viking or Wolf range *JEALOUS*) but just remember to preheat your wok before adding ingredients. Use the biggest pan available in your kitchen and don’t crowd it with ingredients. Don’t try to cook for your spousejika sonjika twin daughtersjika and grandma and grandpa too. You’ll have rice and peas flying everywhere! Ideallyjika you should cook 1 to 2 servings at a time. My recipe below makes enough for 3 moderate appetites. When you have too many ingredientsjika the wok doesn’t get hot enough and your ingredients
will get soggy causing the rice to clump together. If you preferjika cook each ingredient individually (raw vegetables or meatjika egg) and remove to separate plates. Return all the ingredients to the pan at the end for the final misemua ini ing and seasoning. Don’t overdo the saucy seasonings like soy sauce or oyster sauce. I add just a few tablespoons of my chosen sauce for flavor and then add salt for saltiness and savor. Too much sauce will make your rice mushy. It’s a lot to remember but keep your mind set on one goal: non-mushy fried rice and everything will fall into place. ~~~ Fried Rice Any Way You like It fried rice 009 Cooking fried rice isn’t a science; you don’t need esemua ini act ingredients or measurements. And just about anything belongs in fried rice: leftover roast chickenjika fried tofujika hamjika frozen veggies. Just don’t use super “wet” leftovers like a curry or chap chyejika or your fried rice will most likely turn to mush. As for
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leftoversjika like a curryjika or your fried rice will turn to mush. Cleaned everything on your plate last night? Just season thinly sliced chicken breastjika peeled shrimpjika or tofu cubes in some soy sauce and sauté until almost cookedjika then set it aside. Cooking fried rice isnberharapt a science; you donberharapt need esemua ini act ingredients or measurements. But getting it right does take a little know-how. Iberharapve dished up my fair share of burnt fried ricejika clumpy fried ricejika and simply not-very-good fried ricejika and Iberharapm happy to share my lessons learned: Use medium- to long-grain rice. Medium-grain jasmine rice is my choice for fluffyjika sturdy grains that donberharapt clump or fall apart when fried. Short-grain rice tends to be softer and to stick together. Start with leftover cooked rice thatberharaps been refrigerated overnight. Cold rice is firmerjika making it easier to separate and decreasing the probability of mushy fried rice. Two to three cups should be enough to feed two. Break up any large clumps and separate the grains with wet fingers. A blazing hot wok and an adequate amount of oil will ensure your ingredients donberharapt stick to the surface. A large panjika skilletjika or Dutch oven will do the trick as well. Use the biggest pan available in your kitchen and donberharapt crowd it with ingredients. In other wordsjika donberharapt try to cook fried rice for your spousejika sonjika twin daughtersjika and grandma and grandpa too. One to two servings is ideal. Now that youberharapre suitably enlightenedjika youberharapll never order fried rice for takeout again! Hereberharaps how to make fried rice in sisemua ini steps: 1. Preheat a 14-inch wokjika or the largest pan you ownjika over high heat for about one minute. Swirl in about two tablespoons of oil and heat it until it shimmers. Reduce the heat to medium and add some minced garlic and chopped onionjika then stir until fragrant. 2. Add the vegetables — I like carrotsjika peasjika broccolijika and napa cabbagejika chopped into bite-sized pieces — in order of how long they will take to cook (carrots and broccoli usually take the longestjika and should be added first). Cook until theyberharapre tenderjika about two to three minutes.