Our Family's Stir-Fried Rice.
You can have Our Family's Stir-Fried Rice using 10 ingredients and 20 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Our Family's Stir-Fried Rice
- Prepare 400 grams of Cooked white rice (prepared on the harder side).
- You need 8 of thick slices Homemade Char Siu from.
- Prepare 1 of Egg.
- You need 8 slice of Naruto.
- Prepare 16 of cm Japanese leek.
- You need 2 tsp of Homemade Lard from.
- It’s 2 tsp of Homemade sauce from(or garlic infused soy-sauce as a substitute).
- It’s 1 dash of Salt and pepper.
- It’s 1 dash of Umami seasoning.
- Prepare 2 tbsp of Vegetable oil.
Our Family's Stir-Fried Rice step by step
- For homemade lard and the sauce, refer to Steps 17-20 in. https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/149845-professional-char-siu-recipe.
- Mince up the Japanese Leek, naruto, and the char siu..
- Mix and loosen up the eggs. You can add an extra egg if you'd like!.
- Heat up your frying pan, then pour in the vegetable oil. Best if you use a wok..
- Add the eggs from Step 3 to the pan from Step 4. Ideally, the eggs should start sizzling and bubble up immediately..
- Mix briskly with a wooden spatula. Work quickly from hereon..
- Add the cooked rice to pan. The rice should be reasonably warm..
- Toss and shake your pan, mixing the egg and rice together..
- Once the rice and egg are combined, quickly introduce the minced leeks..
- Then immediately throw in the minced char siu as well..
- Toss your pan and stir-fry the rice, making sure that the big clumps of rice are flaking up..
- Add salt and pepper as well as the umami seasoning to taste..
- Add in the homemade lard. Stir-frying with a little bit of lard with give your grains of rice a nice sheen..
- Toss the pan multiple times so the lard coats the grains of rice evenly..
- Then pour in the homemade sauce, combining it well with the fried rice.Shake the pan some more — this is quite important..
- When there aren't any more clumps left in the rice and it's become glossy, taste and adjust the seasoning to taste..
- We have a mold at home that we use to shape our fried rice dishes. You can purchase these at a discount stores..
- Plate, and you're done!.
- In this recipe, I listed 8 slices of char siu. If this seems like too much for you, feel free to lessen the amount. When I make this at home for my family, there are times when I only use the edges of the char siu rolls..
- If you'd like to add a special touch to your fried rice, see "Special Fried Rice with Ankake Soup" https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/154139-special-fried-rice-with-ankake-soup.