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#1 of 8 Old 07-12-2003, 12:06 PM - Thead Starter
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Fried Rice

this is one of my faves!! a friend sent this to me..

4 strips bacon, cut finely
2 eggs, slightly beaten
2 cups cooked rice
1 tblsp soy sauce
1 tblsp green onion, cut fine
2 tsp accent(MSG)
salt and pepper to taste

Fry bacon untill slightly brown. Remove from skillet and fry eggs in bacon fat. Set aside eggs and add rice and fry for 5 minutes. Add all other ingredients, cooked bacon and eggs and ENJOY.
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I love fried rice! The recipes I have used before called for COLD cooked rice. Do you find it matters? That's one reason I don't make it more often ... I have to think about it in advance.
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Nope not in the case... no need to have rice cold..
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Well cool! I'll have to try it then!
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as a matter of fact i make my fried rice in my eletric steam rice cooker.. I just throw it all in uncooked and cook all at one except the bacon I cook first then crumble in later..
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I love fried rice!
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i am hooked on fried rice thanks
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We eat a lot of rice (usually instant) and I almost always make too much. I make some sort of fried-rice like dish from it, like this:

- Leftover rice
- a couple of eggs, beaten
- meat, chopped up (luncheon meat, hot dogs, even leftover catfish once)

Melt some butter in the pan, and add the rice. Stir it around to get butter all through it and heat it through. Move the rice to one side of the pan, and drop in the eggs.

Let the eggs cook until set, then start stirring the egg and rice together (don't do this too soon, or your rice gets all gloppy).

Then add the meat (when I used leftover catfish, I also added a generous splash of hot sauce - Cajun Fried Rice!).

Cook until everything's heated through, and eat! Quick, easy, and only one pan to wash afterwards!
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