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Restaurant Style Chinese Fried Rice

Updated on August 14, 2013
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Chinese Fried Rice Restaurant Style

While eating at your favorite Chinese Restaurant, have you ever wished to yourself that you could make “fried rice” just like the restaurant? Well, now you can!
I have to admit, that living in Hawaii gave me amazing opportunities to learn how to cook, bake and create authentic Hawaiian, Chinese, Japanese, and Filipino food. My mother-in-law was always showing me the correct way to cook Japanese cuisine. One of my very good friends owns a popular Chinese restaurant on Kauai. His specialty of course is “fried rice.” He explained to me that the key to making good Chinese fried rice restaurant style is not so much what you put in it, but the order of ingredients and the preparation that goes into making it.

I am used to making fried rice for 6-10 people, large parties, and luaus. You can make it on a smaller scale, but you will need to experiment with how much rice you will need for the amount you will be feeding.

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Preparation and Cook Time (providing rice has been cooked)

Prep time: 20 min
Cook time: 20 min
Ready in: 40 min
Yields: Serves 4 as a meal or 8-10 as a side

Utinsels Needed

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10-12 Cup Rice CookerWOKCutting BoardSmall Mixing BowlWooden Spatula, Sharp Knife, Wire Whisk
10-12 Cup Rice Cooker
10-12 Cup Rice Cooker | Source
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Cutting Board
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Small Mixing Bowl
Small Mixing Bowl | Source
Wooden Spatula, Sharp Knife, Wire Whisk
Wooden Spatula, Sharp Knife, Wire Whisk | Source

Checklist for Utinsels

·Rice Cooker

·Wok

·Wooden Spatula

·Cutting Board

·Sharp Knife

·Small Mixing Bowl

·Fork or Wisk

Ingredients

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Calrose RiceGreen Onion (Chopped)Frozen Peas and CarrotsWater ChestnutsBaby ShrimpChicken Breast (Cubed)Curry PowderLow Sodium Soy SauceEggs
Calrose Rice
Calrose Rice | Source
Green Onion (Chopped)
Green Onion (Chopped) | Source
Frozen Peas and Carrots
Frozen Peas and Carrots | Source
Water Chestnuts
Water Chestnuts | Source
Baby Shrimp
Baby Shrimp | Source
Chicken Breast (Cubed)
Chicken Breast (Cubed) | Source
Curry Powder
Curry Powder | Source
Low Sodium Soy Sauce
Low Sodium Soy Sauce | Source
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Ingredients

  • 5-6 C CALROSE Rice
  • 3 tablespoons Canola oil
  • 4 stalks Green onion
  • 2 large eggs
  • 4 tablespoons soy sauce (Shoyu), low sodium
  • 1 package peas and carrots, frozen
  • 1 cup(can) water chestnuts, sliced
  • 1 tablespoon curry powder, (optional)
  • Fried Rice Deluxe -----> Add the Following:
  • 1 cup baby shrimp, cooked
  • 1 cup Spam (low sodium), diced into cubes
  • 1 cup chicken breast, diced into small cubes
  • 1 cup char siu (roast pork), sliced

Instructions

  1. Cook a full pot of rice in your Rice Cooker (You can cook this the night before and let it sit in the cooker overnight (Be sure to turn off the “warmer” as the rice needs to be completely cooled before making the “fried rice”) The rice can be made the same day…. Just remember to completely COOL the rice!
  2. Before you start cooking, prepare the following: Green onion stalks (cut rooted tops off) Dice all the stalks and place in small bowl.
  3. Open can of water chestnuts, pkg of frozen peas & carrots, and cooked shrimp and place in colander and rinse with temp water. This will help thaw out the frozen vegetables. Pour into a bowl and set aside.
  4. Cube Char Siu, spam, and chicken and place in a bowl.
  5. Beat 2 eggs in small bowl and set aside
  6. Cooking: In a wok, heat 2-3 Tbsp of Canola Oil
  7. Add Char Sui, Spam, and Chicken all together and sauté until cooked. (pour back into bowl and set aside)
  8. In same wok, heat 3-4 Tbsp of Canola Oil.
  9. Add rice (1/2 pot at a time) Stir with wooden spatula and fry in oil, turning and breaking up the rice. Continue to add rice until all of it is in the wok. Continue to fry the rice on med- high heat for 10 minutes. Add green onion and continue to turn the rice. (5-8 minutes)
  10. Sprinkle Shoyu (Soy sauce) over rice. You will want to do this a little at a time to be sure you don’t add too much or it will be too salty. The best way to monitor the amount is to add just enough soy sauce to turn the rice a very light brown. After soy sauce is added, continue to stir for about 3 minutes.
  11. Add shrimp, chestnuts, and peas. (continue to stir for 3-5 minutes)
  12. Optional** If you like curry, add 2 teaspoons of curry powder to rice and stir until thoroughly mixed. (If you do not want curry, go to next step)
  13. Add cooked meats and mix throughout the rice evenly. (If you do not want the meats, skip to next step)
  14. On high heat, add beaten egg mixture and immediately mix throughout rice mixture until you see the egg cooked. Turn off heat and serve.

I will usually prepare a macaroni salad and fish or teriyaki meat with my fried rice. However, with all the meats added, it can also be eaten by itself as a meal.

Enjoy!

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Nutritional Value for Restaurant Style Fried Rice

Nutrition Facts
Serving size: 1 Cup
Calories 329
Calories from Fat108
% Daily Value *
Fat 12 g18%
Saturated fat 2 g10%
Carbohydrates 42 g14%
Sugar 2 g
Fiber 2 g8%
Protein 19 g38%
Cholesterol 105 mg35%
* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.
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Lisa has directed and acted in musical theatre for nearly 30 years. Her musical upbringing allowed her to pursue her career in teaching and directing and continues to direct shows today. As the owner of 2 online Home Décor sites, Lisa’s passion for Rustic Living all begins with her love for the home, outdoors, and her many hobbies. Lisa loves to laugh, and she share’s that love through her comedic hubs centered on her MOM. Lisa’s passions include writing, directing, acting, photography, singing, cooking, crafts, gardening, and home improvement, including decorating. Lisa also writes under her penned name, Elizabeth Rayen.

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      rjsadowski 5 years ago

      An interesting but somewhat unusual recipe for fried rice. I am sure that it is very tasty.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Thank you. It's more traditional in Hawaii. :-)

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      Sherry Hewins 5 years ago from Sierra Foothills, CA

      It looks good, my husband has been bugging me to make fried rice, I guess I have no excuse not to now. Thanks a lot rusticliving.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      You are so welcome Sherry! :-)

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      Linda Bilyeu 5 years ago from Orlando, FL

      You make preparing this meal seem and look so easy. It probably is, but it's something about those paper containers that I get with take-out that make me smile.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      LOL Sunshine! You can get those paper containers at SmartN'Final! :-)

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      Aya Katz 5 years ago from The Ozarks

      I'm pinning this one!

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Awesome Aya! :)

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      Audrey Hunt 5 years ago from Nashville Tn.

      Oh boy - this brings back memories of the years we lived in Hawaii. Your step-by-step directions, along with the visual photos make this a no-brainer.

      Bookmarking this for my guide when I try your tasty recipe. Thanks so much RL - (Mahalo) and voted up!

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Cool! I know you don't eat meat. So what I do is cut tofu into cubes, cut some bok choy (Chinese cabbage) and sauté in a little olive oil till brown then add a little soy sauce. Add to rice mixture. Very good that way as well. :)

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      Alecia Murphy 5 years ago from Wilmington, North Carolina

      I love authentic Asian cooking. I need to learn more skills though so I can really do more than I do now. Great hub!

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Thank you. I love experimenting in the kitchen! Have a great day!

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      Eiddwen 5 years ago from Wales

      Anther great recipe to bookmark.

      Thanks for sharing ;take care and enjoy your day.

      Eddy.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Thank you Eddy! I appreciate the visit! You enjoy your day as well! :)

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      Pamela Oglesby 5 years ago from United States

      My husband makes some delicious fried rice. Your recipe is a bit different and I would love to try it. It looks delicious. Thanks.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      I can just imagine! Honestly, I don't think there's any fried rice I didn't like! :-) Thanks for your comment!

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      Brett Caulton 5 years ago from Thailand

      Who doesn't like fried rice!? I still remember the first time I tried to cook it, as a teenager I didn't realize you have to boil the rice first!! Was a wee bit crunchy ha ha. Think your style sounds much better.

      Thanks for SHARING

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      Victoria Lynn 5 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      Looks great. Could I leave out the Char ham stuff (don't know what it is or where to give it) and it still be great? I'm bookmarking and going to try this recipe. Thanks. Many votes, including up!

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Oh my gosh! How funny! I won't even begin to tell you about the first time I tried to cook fried rice. Thanks for stopping by Brett! :-)

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Oh Absolutely! As far as the meats are concerned, you can use pretty much anything you want. I've even had it fixed with ground hamburger. Most people I know like it with the chicken and shrimp. It's really up to your own preference. That's why I said the meats were optional. Same with the curry. I'm not a big fan of curry on some things. Hope you enjoy it! Thanks for the votes VL! :-)

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      point2make 5 years ago

      sounds like a great recipe.....I'll give it a try. Thanks for the tips....fried rice is a great dish and your recipe sounds delicious.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Thank you! I'm sure you will enjoy it. :)

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      TIMETRAVELER2 5 years ago

      I'm going to give this one a try. My husband just loves fried rice!

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Very cool! It's really good. I always add a little more chicken and eat it alone as a meal. Enjoy! :)

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      Hae Eun Park 5 years ago from San Francisco

      Sounds delicious and indeed a lot more Hawaiian/Asian. I'm going to try to cook it this weekend!

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      ooo yum. I am making it as well! ENJOY! :)

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      alocsin 5 years ago from Orange County, CA

      Looks yummy. But isn't MSG a component of restaurant-style fried rice? Or have they removed that ingredient? Voting this Up and Interesting. Thanks for SHARING.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      MSG was very common in chinese and japanese cooking, however, many restaurants actually advertise that they use no MSG in their cooking now and those who still use it, you can request that they leave it out when preparing your meal. I never use it. Thanks for the vote and the sharing! :)

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      Urmila 5 years ago from Rancho Cucamonga,CA, USA

      I love white rice and almost cook everyday. We also cook similar to this for our parties called pulav. I will try this recipe except the meat part. Thank you for posting it. Bookmarked and voted up!

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      Cindy Murdoch 5 years ago from Texas

      This looks so good, and I love fried rice!

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      That sounds very interesting. How is pulav basically made? I love to make my fried rice with all vegetables as well. Lots of chinese cabbage, snow peas, zuchinni and yellow squash, as well as tofu. Thank you for the vote! :)

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Ooo me too HSB! I love the fact that it can be made into a meal all by itself! :)

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      ameypp7 5 years ago

      This sound so easy to cook....want to try it. Thanks for the recipe :)

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      You are so welcome! Enjoy! :)

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Thank you Beef jerky! :)

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      peachy 5 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      Very useful hub and i live your fried rice recipe too. I have wrote some fried recipes too. Voted up and interesting!!

      https://hubpages.com/food/NASI-GORENG-aka-FRIED-RI...

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Thank you peachpurple! I hope you have a chance to try it. It's really yummy! :)

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      Marie Giunta 5 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      This is great, I enjoy cooking chinese but I must invest in a rice cooker, it will make things so much easier when cooking for more than just my family. Voted up and useful.

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      kjrzeek1 5 years ago from New Jersey, USA

      Thank you for the recipe. My wife loves fried rice, I am going to give it a try!

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Thank you MPG... I agree, You need to invest in a rice cooker. They are the best to have. I also use mine as a steamer! :)

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Very cool kjrzeek1! She'll give you ooodles of kisses after you make this for her. It's so yummy! :)

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      Jhudah 5 years ago

      I love fried rice! even if the ingredients is just garlic, soy sauce and egg.. nice hub thanks now i have a new fried rice recipe

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      I love those three ingredients! Fried rice can be simple or a full meal. Thank you Jhudah! :)

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      kelleyward 5 years ago

      I love this recipe hub! The pictures and graphics are fantastic. 5 Stars! Kelley

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Thank you Kelley!! I really enjoy doing that sort of thing! (Thanks for the 5 stars!!) :)

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      India Arnold 5 years ago from Northern, California

      Wow! What a great shot of that Chinese fried rice! The image alone makes me want to dive right in Lisa! Masterful re-do! Sharing and up, up and up!

      HubHugs~

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Thank you K9! That gives me a great big smile on my face :)

      HubHugs backatcha!!! :)

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      Audrey Hunt 5 years ago from Nashville Tn.

      I liked it the first time around and I love it the second time around.

      Your chop sticks dividers are wonderful! Thanks and good eating!

      Up and across plus sharing.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Thank you vocalcoach! You know how I love doing that sort of thing!

      Thanks so much for sharing... again! XOXO

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      Victoria Lynn 5 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      What a lovely hub! So attractive. Looks like a great recipe, too. Great job!

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      seesmokie 5 years ago

      This sounds simply delicious can't wait to attempt it tomorrow night! thanks :)

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      Mary Craig 5 years ago from New York

      This recipe sounds a little different and interesting. I'm sure its delicious and will have to try it, after all, it's authentic Hawaiian! You've outlined it well so it sounds easy to make.

      Voted up and useful.

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      Michelle Simtoco 5 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Oooh I should try this! :) I am finally trying my hand on cooking nowadays so this is perfect for our family dinners!

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Thank you Victoria Lynn! I always appreciate your comments my "Lynn" sister! :)

      Great seesmokie! I hope you enjoy it! Let me know how it turns out! :)

      Thank you so much for your compliments and votes tillsontitan! I hope you get the chance to try it. It IS one of my favorite dishes to make! :)

      It is very tasty Dr. Funom Makama. Thank you for your comment. :)

      ripplemaker,

      I used to do a lot of cooking and baking when I lived in Hawaii. After moving back to the mainland in 2000, it seemed I barely had any time at all to spend in the kitchen (too busy with my shows). I finally have the opportunity to start it up again as well..Have fun experimenting in the kitchen... I'm sure you will unfold a passion for it! :)

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      vespawoolf 5 years ago from Peru, South America

      I love the photos and lay out of this hub...and the recipe! Voted up and shared.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 5 years ago from California

      Thank you so much vespawoolf! So glad you stopped by! :)

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      Kelly Umphenour 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO

      WAY cool! I love this kind of rice and surprise - I have never made it. I'd love to try to I will let you know how it turns out very soon!

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      Oh, I hope you do Kelly! It is one of my favorite dishes to make! So good to see you :)

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      iguidenetwork 4 years ago from Austin, TX

      I am sure this is going to be delicious and filling. I love rice! Thanks for posting your recipe. :)

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      My pleasure iguidenetwork! I'm sure you will love it! :)

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      Riyadsiddik 4 years ago

      I love rice. I will try to eat rice everyday.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      I wouldn't eat rice everyday Riyadsiddik. Moderation is a good thing! Thank you for your comment. Welcome to HubPages!

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      Steve West 4 years ago from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

      I can't wait to try it. Maybe tonight. Thank you. Voted up and awesome. I came across you through a hub by tillsontitan. You were spoken highly of. Take a peek at my stuff if you're ever bored Steve West.

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      Audrey Howitt 4 years ago from California

      I love, love , love fried rice and can't wait to try this!

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      oooo I do too Audrey. And, you can make it so many ways to fit your lifestyle. Let me know how you fix yours when you get the chance to try it. Hugs :)

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      Audrey Hunt 4 years ago from Nashville Tn.

      Wow! I can smell that wonderful aroma clear from Tennessee. I do so love fried rice, Chinese style. Just wondering if I could add a little bit of chopped tomatoes to this recipe?

      So glad to have your delicious recipe. I always worry about msg when I order it in a restaurant.

      Your hubs are so great! Voted up and more and will share too:)

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      Thank you Vocalcoach! The best thing about this recipe is that you could add and delete anything you want to create your own style. Most restaurants don't use MSG any longer, however, if you can inquire if they do then request that they leave MSG out when preparing your meal.

      Thank you for sharing... and for the record.. That will be your first meal when you move here! (with tomatoes of course) :)

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      idigwebsites 4 years ago from United States

      I love this recipe! Plus you can add whatever you like. A complete meal in itself. I would like to try that. I love rice. :)

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      Exactly idigwebsites! That's why I love this recipe so much. I have fixed the rice so many ways, usually with whatever I have in my fridge as leftovers. Hope you try it and Thanks for you comment! ♥

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      Peggy Woods 4 years ago from Houston, Texas

      I gave away our rice cooker years ago since we rarely needed that much rice prepared at any one time. I'll admit, it certainly was easy to prepare it that way. No muss or fuss! We do like rice and have several different kinds but have never tried the Calrose rice you suggest. Thanks for giving us your Chinese fried rice recipe. Up and useful votes + will share.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      Thanks Peggy! I love my rice cooker! I guess it's because I also use it as a steamer as well. The Calrose rice is great because of it's "sticky" factor which is great of course for fried rice recipes, musubi, and sushi. Everything just holds together so nicely ♥

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      Marites Mabugat-Simbajon 4 years ago from Toronto, Ontario

      I wanted to master the Chinese Fried Rice so badly. I can't figure out the right sauces they use or do they tell the truth when asked, lol. The one I go back for is from one of the Chinese restaurants in Toronto and thought what makes their fried rice so flavourful must be from the pan that's been used over and over leaving lots of unrinsed flavouring in there :)

      Thank you for this hub. Bookmarking it for easy and quick reference.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      lol...wellllll... Im not sure if the flavor was from lots of unrinsed flavoring, though I supposed it could have been, but then I would stay away from it...lol Chinese fried rice is very easy to make. One of the key things to have is the wok because of the way it fries the rice. I live by my wok and pretty much cook everything in it.. (rinsing and washing after every meal of course) heheh.. I hope you get a chance to try the recipe! Thanks coffeegginmyrice! ♥

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      alocsin 4 years ago from Orange County, CA

      Other than the shrimp, which I'm allergic too, this sounds delicious. I'd add a bit of garlic too for a bit of spice. Voting this Up and Useful.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      That is what is so cool about this recipe. You can add and delete any ingredient to suit your personal tastes. I like the idea of garlic too! Thank you alocsin! ♥

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      Missy Mac 4 years ago from Illinois

      Thanks for this article! I see the mistakes that I made when making good fried rice. I never let the rice cool. I will try this again this weekend. Thanks for sharing.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      You are so welcome Missy! I personally like to use day old rice, but as long as it is cooled, it will work. I'm sure it will turn out great! ♥

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      DeBorrah K Ogans 4 years ago

      Rusti. living, Sounds like a great tasty Fried Rice alternative! I never thought about adding curry. I must try this! Thank you for sharing Peace & Blessings!

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      Thank you so much DeBorrah! Curry is actually very tasty in fried rice, however, if you have never had it before like that, I suggest adding only a teaspoon at a time to a batch (equivalent to a pot of rice). Some people prefer a mild curry taste and others prefer a stronger taste. It's entirely up to you and your own taste. ♥

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      Devika Primić 4 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Restaurant Style Chinese Fried Rice looks so delicious and such a treat, thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas of cooking.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      This is actually one of my favorite dishes to make. I think because you can use so many different ingredients. Makes a wonderful side dish and leftovers as well! Thank you DDE for you sweet comment. ♥

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      Indian Chef 4 years ago from New Delhi India

      Hi Lisa, We do not get this rice here but I would try normal Basmati Rice. I love chicken fried rice and would try to cook your way when ever I cook it next time. Voting up and sharing on FB.

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      Elizabeth Rayen 4 years ago from California

      I LOVE Basmati rice Indian Chef. I actually think it would be very delicious in this recipe. I just may try that the next time I make it. :) Thank you for the Votes and shares my friend! ♥

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Great recipe for rice and looks so good

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      Elizabeth Rayen 3 years ago from California

      Thank you DDE. It is one of my favorites to make! =)

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