Friday, February 26, 2016

Ginger Fried Five-Grain Rice

Vegetarian Ginger Fried Rice

Vegetarian Ginger Fried Rice

No two dishes of fried rice taste the same even using the same recipe.  I believe many of you don't have a precise measurement when it comes to cooking this comfort dish.  Well, at least I don't; I will just toss in whatever I could find in my fridge although there are a few basic must-have ingredients like garlic, ginger and eggs.  In this aromatic fried rice, I used a lot of shredded ginger.  However, the ingredients may be varied according to personal preference and taste.
 
Ingredients:
cooked Five Grain rice
French beans, finely cut
carrots, finely diced
sweet corn kernels
ginger, shredded
garlic, minced
shallots, finely sliced
eggs
salt & pepper
Chinese cooking wine (optional)
cooking oil
sesame oil

  • Heat up cooking oil and sesame oil in a wok and fry the shredded ginger until crispy.  Dish out and set aside.  Then fry shallots and garlic until fragrant.  Dish out and set aside.
  • In the same wok, scramble eggs with a dash of pepper. Dish out and set aside.
  • Add in more oil, and stir fry carrot, beans and corn kernels for a minute.  Add in rice.  Sprinkle wine over rice and combine fried ginger, garlic-shallots and scrambled eggs together with rice and toss well until heated through.  Season well with salt and pepper.



7 comments:

  1. This dish will be most suitable for confinement mums, more ginger, better!

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    1. You are right, Cheah. The more ginger, the better it taste!

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  2. Hi Veronica, fried rice with ginger and some sesame seed oil is very aromatic and tasty. I like it.

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    1. Sesame oil goes very very well with ginger! I am sure a lot of people love this combo.

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  3. Great recipe and thanks for sharing!

    www.hogmu.com

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  4. Hi Veronica,
    This is my kind of comfort fried rice. The gingery aroma and colorful looking makes it even more delightful!
    mui

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  5. Hi Veronica,

    When I cooked fried rice, it is always agak agak too. Never precise :p Your is healthy and delicious with this combo :)

    Zoe

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