Hawaiian Fried Rice

Do you love eating fried rice dishes? Looking for a hearty lunch to serve for your family? Are your kids too picky on what they eat? Dont worry; we have here a very tasty meal just right for you. Fried rice is a good way to use your leftover rice and other things on your fridge. They make a good breakfast, lunch or dinner. Plus they are so easy to make. This is good for those who have hectic schedules but want to eat a substantial meal. What comes into your mind when you hear fried rice? One thing, its a Chinese food. Yes, you are right about that! Fried rice is a dish of steamed rice that is stir-fried in a wok. It is often mixed with a variety of ingredients such as vegetables, eggs and meat. You can also put sea foods like shrimps and squids in your fried rice. Based from my experience in cooking fried rice, I put garlic, sausage or any meat that I find inside my fridge.

This recipe is called Hawaiian Fried Rice. When we hear Hawaiian, Pineapple is the first thing that comes into our minds. Yes, you are right! This recipe has pineapple tidbits. This adds a sweet flavor to your rice. If you are not familiar with some of the cooking terms mentioned in the recipe, here is a little something to keep you informed. Stir frying is a cooking method where the ingredients are fried in a small amount of very hot oil while being stirred in a wok. A wok is a very popular cooking utensil that is round bottomed and came from the Chinese. This has many cooking uses but mostly for stir frying foods. You can also use a skillet if you dont have a wok. A skillet, on the other hand, is a frying pan that is used mainly for searing, stir-frying or browning the food.

You can put in any meat of your choice such as ham, bacon, chicken, beef, pork, shrimp or squid. For added flavor, dont forget to add some seasonings too.

Cooking fried rice is as easy as 1-2-3. Hurry up and try this now.

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