Hi Neighbors! Fried rice can be found in almost all corners of the world. This simple and easy-to-make dish is everyone's favourite. With ingredients that are easy to find, anyone can cook fried rice. Let's discuss the list of the best fried rice.
Yangzhou Fried Rice
Originating in Jiangsu Province in China during the Sui Dynasty (589 – 618 AD), this variant uses large amounts of scrambled eggs and shrimp. Other ingredients may vary from restaurant to restaurant, but one can usually use roast pork, cooked chicken and a bit of delicious chicken stock.
Kimchi Bokkeum-bap. The tangy spices and vinegar combine with butter and sesame oil, a sprinkling of seaweed and the all-important sliced and fried Spam, ingrained deep in Korean culture as a hearty, home-made filling.
Omurice must be familiar to Japanese foodies! Steaming hot fried rice all wrapped in a fluffy, wavy omelette, Omurice is a popular dish enjoyed both at home and served in restaurants. Soft-cooked eggs are usually topped with soy sauce or mayonnaise, and tomato-flavored rice completes the sweetness of the dish.
Yakimeshi is a Japanese fried rice dish prepared with rice as the main ingredient and various additional ingredients and seasonings. This dish is usually deep-fried, and can be cooked in a frying pan. Yakimeshi probably dates back to the 1860s from Chinese immigrants arriving at the port of Kobe.
Nasi Goreng Kampung
Nasi Goreng Kampung means fried rice cooked with very simple ingredients that are cheap and easy to find in anyone's home. Namely: rice, garlic, shallots, salt and sweet soy sauce. The complement is fried eggs, crackers and shredded chicken. The shredded chicken is the simplest version of the presence of meat in fried rice. Turning simple ingredients into a delicious dish is certainly a challenge.
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