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Prawn and Veggie Fried Rice

Prawn and Veggie Fried Rice


Ingredients:

  • 2 bowls of rice (cooked)
  • 8 prawns
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 carrot
  • Half cup of peas
  • 1 asparagus
  • 2 small Chinese sausages
  • 2 tbsp chopped green onion
  • ½ tsp salt
  • About half tsp white pepper powder
  • 1 tbsp olive oil

Method:

  1. Cut the prawns down the center of the back and take out the vein.
  2. Blanch prawns in the boiling water for 1 minutes until they turn pink.
  3. Transfer to a plate.
  4. Dice the carrots and sausages.
  5. Slice asparagus into small slices.
  6. Blanch peas and asparagus in boiling water, and then use a large pasta scoop or a skimmer to take everything out. Transfer to a plate.
  7. Beat the eggs evenly in a bowl.
  8. In a nonstick medium saucepan or a wok, heat 1 tbsp oil over medium-high heat.
  9. Add egg and cook for about 1 minute.
  10. Once the egg is ready, add carrots, peas, sausage and asparagus.
  11. Stir for about 1 minute, and then add the rice, prawns and chopped green onion.
  12. Keep stirring everything for about 1 minute.
  13. Add salt and white pepper powder.
  14. Mix everything evenly.

The whole frying process takes about 5 minutes. There is not too much oil and no MSG.

Recipe from kelly.

23 Comments
  1. Hi there, do u know how to cook the famous Chinese superior soup? It is
    mainly made from crab, shrimp, eggs and tapioca starch. I know the
    ingredients but I am not sure where to start n how to make it. There’s no
    video on tube at all so I figure I ask around. It’s a simple soup n it’s
    clear not fattening at all. Please let me know if you can help in anyway.

  2. looks great

  3. I just tried your recipe and it was DELICOUS!! I love your videos because
    you explain everything so well. Plus my husband and I love Chinese
    food…I’m so glad i found your channel

  4. small sized prawns you say! those beasts are huge!! nothing like the tiny
    shrimps caught in the sea around here. looks good though, to bad i don’t
    eat seafood ;)

  5. I realy enjoy your videos. Thank you

  6. @emperortikus Thanks! I haven’t tried making man tou yet as I grew up in
    the South West of China. My food is more of Sichuan style and some are
    inspired by Taiwanese cuisine.

  7. beautiful dish…Steve:)

  8. Asian women cant cook ,

  9. Vibrant colors in that dish! Looks great!

  10. Thank you for the comment! I specialize the chinese stir-fried dishes as
    well as Chinese soup as I grew up in the? South West of China. My food is
    more of Sichuan style and some are inspired by Taiwanese cuisine. However
    I’m going to learn making Northern Chinese food such as man tou or bao zhi.
    Stay tuned!

  11. Kelly that looks more delicious than any plate I could get at a local
    Chinese restaurant! Just delicious! Thank You!

  12. I really like how eggs are used in Asian cooking,and aother great video. I
    cant wait to try this. Again,thanks for sharing.

  13. Very nice pan! Calphalone!

  14. I’m from Chongqing. Sadly, I never really learned how to cook ???, when I
    was there. I enjoy your recipes a lot. Thanks for sharing!

  15. @77trancelover Thank you so much! I’m glad that you and your husband
    enjoyed my recipe. Please keep checking back as I will post new recipes
    frequently. Happy cooking!

  16. @Rickfietst Haha!! Oops, sorry! It’s funny cause I meant to say medium
    sized prawns. I will fix that soon. Thanks for letting me know!

  17. I meant superior seafood soup

  18. What rice did you use? Is it basmati rice?

  19. @SuperGiselle999 Yes I used basmati rice in this video. You can use any
    type of rice you like. It’s best to cook the rice the day before so the
    rice wont be too soft or runny.

  20. Awesome thanks !?

  21. Its *tablespoon not teaspoon though :) Thanks for the video?

  22. thanks i like it?

  23. That’s looks beautiful just like you ?

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