Chinese Egg Fried Rice Recipe 蛋炒饭 | Huang Kitchen

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This is a classic Chinese Egg Fried Rice recipe (蛋炒饭), made in chinese restaurant style but in the comfort of your own home. It is a quick and simple fried rice dish that is extremely easy to prepare. Only 2 eggs, some onions and light seasonings are all that you need. Tastes superb as a simple meal on its own too.

The most important thing is to make sure the rice is cooked, cooled and clump-free, so that it will not stick together during the frying process. Of course, its a great way to use up leftover rice as well.

Great fried rice should have individual grains of rice that barely clump together when scooped up with a spoon. It should have the unmistakable signature chewy-tender texture. This simple Chinese egg fried rice dish is fried to accomplish just that level of perfection.

The rice needs to be lightly tossed in the wok, for every grain of rice to be fried and infused with a good ‘wok hei’ taste. After lightly seasoning with salt, ground white pepper and light soy sauce, the rice is mixed together with the soft scrambled eggs. For best results, a carbon steel wok is used for frying this dish as it really brings out the “wok” flavour, which is the signature aroma for any Chinese fried rice dish. This tastes just like what you’ll get at your favourite Chinese restaurant.



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Spain on a Fork says:

Great video, you really explain this dish in a very simple and effective way. Just subed to your channel.

bernard leon says:

Thank you for so many beautiful videos! I love them! Nasi Goreng Kampung is something that I hold very dear, because it was my breakfast when I was small. It is essentially a breakfast for the poor, but it is also, beside of nasi Lemak, to be a ‘surat cinta’ for rice. I am happy that you stay relatively faithful to the simplistic nature of the dish. (however I will still stick with kecap manis haha). To me, it is important to celebrate simplicity of some dishes, because by them we are reminded of the hard lives our elders had, and from that we find joy in little things, such as the humble rice. 🙂

Larry Tan says:

Nice and easy dish, Thanks

Marie Sandland says:

Looks great. Which type of rice do you use?

Spoon Fork Heart says:

I love a good fried rice recipe, and yours looks GREAT!

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