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Fried Rice #2 December 12, 2008

Filed under: rice dishes — obsidian @ 1:38 pm
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1/2 a Medium Onion
1 Clove Garlic
4 Rashers Bacon
1-2 sticks Celery (depending on size)
1 Carrot
Handful of peas and corn (frozen or tinned – or use some baby corn [those mini corn cobbs])
Dash of Soy Sauce
Dash of Oyster Sauce (optional)
Dash of Teriaki sauce (optional)
Rice (about 2 cups – depending on how many you are feeding, and how hungry they are)
Spices (Optional – I like Ginger, Galangal, Mace, Cardamon, Coriander and Black Pepper)

1). Put the rice on to boil. Alternately you could use a Rice cooker.
2). Chop the Bacon and Celery into bite sized pieces. Finely chop the onion and garlic. Grate or very finely chop the carrot.
3). Fry the Bacon and Celery (and carrot if you chopped it) until bacon is about half cooked. Add the Onion and fry until Bacon and Onion are browned. Add the Garlic, Corn, peas and Carrot (if grated), and fry these until starting to brown.
4). Remove from heat until Rice is cooked. When rice is done, return pan to the heat and add rice to the frypan, with the sauces and any spices you want to add. (I use between 1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon each). Mix together well, and then serve.


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