7 Fried Rice Recipes From Around the World
Fried rice is a famous dish in India, China, Indonesia and a few other parts of the world. This is one dish in which we use similar ingredients across the globe. It is a dish of steamed rice mixed with a spicy paste and it contains vegetables, eggs or sometimes meat. This is also a great way to use leftover rice and it is super easy to make. We can almost add anything to it according to our taste and liking and can actually up its nutritional value by adding the vegetable and meat of our choice. There are a lot of variants to fried rice among which, vegetable fried rice, egg fried rice, schezwan fried rice are the most common. This dish take only two minutes to make if you have all the other ingredients chopped and ready at your hand’s reach. All you’ll need is some cold cooked rice and a really hot wok! Listed are some amazingly tasty and fiery fried rice recipes that you can try at home and relish! Let’s get cooking!
1. Vegetable Fried Rice
The master of home cooking, Jamie Oliver tells us how to make the fragrant, healthy fried rice that is loaded with vegetables. This recipe is perfect for amateur cooks who are not afraid to experiment in the kitchen. Watch the video to know more.
2. Dean Edwards’ Fragrant Indonesian Fried Rice
This recipe is a must try for all egg lovers. The spongy egg ribbons go very well with the spicy rice. It’s super quick to make and is bursting with flavor.
3. Simple Perfect Egg-Fried Rice
It takes a few tries to perfect this dish, but once you do, you will never order from a Chinese take-away again! Master chef Gok Wan tells you the secret to the perfect egg fried rice.
4. Thai Pineapple Fried Rice
If you’re thinking why there is fruit in the fried rice, just wait until you taste it.
5. Kimchi Fried Rice
This authentic Korean rice dish will leave you asking for more.
6. Easy Fragrant Fried Rice
Turn your left over rice into something delicious and flavourful. Chef Ramsay tells you how.
7. Japanese Omelet Rice
Master the art of making an a delicious Japanese dish and the best part about this dish is that you can improvise according to your liking!