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Yang Chow Fried Rice Recipe

Updated on March 20, 2015
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How to Make Yang Chow Fried Rice

Although Yang Chow fried rice originated in eastern China (Yang Zhou), but it is popular throughout the world. Contrary to other variants of fried rice with heavy soy sauce and seasoning, it is very lightly seasoned with no soy sauce at all. Because its clean and fresh flavor, Chinese love to serve it at the end of a formal banquet such as wedding, birthday or other celebration. Ordinarily baked or boiled ham is used but Chinese barbecued pork can make a great Yang Chow style fried rice too.

This fried rice recipe is very simple. You just need very little ingredients to make this classic Chinese dish. The cooking process itself is easy to follow. All you need is a decent Chinese wok. That's all. Some people love to add egg and or light soy sauce to their personal version of Yang Chow fried rice.


What You Need

Serves 2-4

4 cup cold cooked rice

5 oz small shrimp (chopped)

2 tbsp vegetable oil

1 cup frozen peas

1 cup diced cooked ham

1 tsp salt

1/2 cup chopped spring onions

1/4 tsp ground white pepper


How to Fix

  • Heat a heavy wok or skillet over high heat. Then add 1 tbsp of vegetable oil to coat the wok sides. Add the shrimps. Use a metal spatula to stir-fry the shrimp until they are lightly orange but are not cooked through.
  • Add the remaining vegetable oil, peas and rice. Continue to stir-fry for about 2-3 minutes or until the rice is heated through. Use the spatula to break up the rice lumps.
  • Add spring onions, salt, pepper and ham. Stir-fry about 1 minute to combine or until the shrimp are cooked. Transfer to serving plate. Serve it hot or wam.


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      Henrietta 

      4 years ago

      A minute saved is a minute eadern, and this saved hours!

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      jojokaya 

      7 years ago from USA

      You are right. I hope you will like it. Thanks for visiting

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      jojokaya 

      7 years ago from USA

      Thank you. Wok will work better on the gas range.

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      Mardi Winder-Adams 

      7 years ago from Western Canada and Texas

      This looks so light and fresh, not heavy like some of the fried rice. You have inspired me to dig out the wok and give this a try.

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      rjsadowski 

      7 years ago

      An interesting version. I have usually seen it with some soy sauce added. I routinely do Chinese stir-fries in a large cast iron frying pan because I have an electric stove and woks do not work well with them.

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