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					Fried Rice

Fried rice is a dish made by the Chinese and Asian cultures. For them it
is a common staple in their diets. If you frequent these types of
restaurants you will have discovered that there are several different
ways that it is made. Some include pieces of egg, carrots, and peas. You
will even find it mixed with scallions and pieces of meat. Others just
fry the rice until it is a nice brown color.

You will also find various recipes for making fried rice at home. You may
have to try several of them until you get one that tastes exactly how you
like it. The basics of making fried rice are quite simple. First you will
need to make rice by cooking it. This can be done by boiling water or
using a steamer. Let the rice cool completely from this cooking process
before you begin frying it.

You will need to use a wok or a deep frying pan. Add a small amount of
oil to cover the bottom of the pan. You want all of the pieces of rice to
be coated by the oil as you add them to the pan. Otherwise they will
stick to the pan and not to each other. You want to completely fry the
rice until you have a nice brown color. Use a high heat and stir it
constantly.

After the rice is fried to where you want it, you can lower the heat.
This is when you will want to add the other ingredients you have chosen
to include in the rice. It is going to take some experimenting to find
the right taste of fried rice that you like. Try to make small batches of
it from various recipes until you get it how you want it. The advantage
of making fried rice yourself is that you can add more garlic if you want
to and less egg if you aren’t too fond of it.

Fried rice is very inexpensive to make and it tastes delicious. You can
use it as a side dish for hundreds of different recipes. It is full of
various nutrients that will help you to feel good about your diet.. It is
also easy for the body to digest and small enough for younger children to
eat as well.

				
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