Everybody loves a steaming bowl of delicious fried rice. It makes a great comforting meal & takes no time to prepare.
This recipe calls for Chinese pork sausages (Lap Cheong), which is slightly sweet, smoky, & rich in flavour. I used Taiwanese sausages which is pretty similar to the Lap Cheong, and you can use any kind of meat/sausage that you prefer, be it chicken or pork (leftovers work great, too).
Feel free to mix & match according to your preference.
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Step 1: Ingredients
To make the fried rice, you will need :
- Rice (I used 1/2 a cup of rice)
- Cooking oil
- Pork sausage
- Spring onion
- Mixed vegetables
- Soy sauce & Oyster sauce (Adjust according to the amount of rice used)
- Sesame oil
Step 2: Lets Begin!
First, heat a wok over medium heat. Pour in some cooking oil & cook the sausage/meat.
When slightly browned, add some of the chopped spring onions to the wok.
Step 3: Keep Cooking
Throw in the mixed vegetables & let that cook for a while.
Once they are done, move the meat & vegetables to the side of the wok to create a little space for the egg.
Next, scramble the egg & combine it together with the meat & vegetables.
Step 4: Almost Done!
Stir in the rice and be sure to mix it well to avoid any clumps. Stir fry for a few minutes.
Add in the sauces, a tiny bit of sesame oil, remaining spring onion & if necessary, salt to taste. Be sure to taste as you go.
Step 5: Yum Yum.
Bowl it up & garnish with some chopped spring onions.
This super simple & delicious fried rice is ready to be served. Bon appetit!