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Flied Lice!!!

No joke!!! That's what one of my colleagues at work say the word 'fried rice'. Is it obvious? She is Chinese so her accent is like that. Don't pull the racism card on me please... I'm just saying it as it is. I just had to mention it because she does make the best tasting fried rice I've come across. I've been addicted to it so much that I've been waking up early in the morning these past few days to prepare different types of fried rice for our breakfast. Back in the day, I was contented eating only either oatmeal or a piece of bread for breakfast. However, I've noticed that we usually have left-over rice from the day before and our house help would fry the rice and serve it for a usually late mid-morning breakfast. Anyway, I decided to do things my way and start making fried rice by adding either hotdog or egg to make the fried rice tastier. Other times, I add our left-over viand as well, usually if its fried pork or fried fish or fried beef, you get my drift... to make the rice tastier. I've also added vegetables like diced carrots and potatoes, and green peas to add more nutrition to the fried rice. For the life of me, I can never eat 'plain' fried rice at all. I'm not being a picky eater, I just want have more flavor in my food.

So my fellow PPers, are there any fried rice fanatics here as well? What other ingredients do you add? What seasoning or sauces do you put in your fried rice to make it more delicious? Please share my fellow PPers!!! Cheers!!!


Image Credit » http://pixabay.com/en/fried-rice-pickle-shallot-585487/ by abadgirls00

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Comments

bestwriter wrote on March 5, 2015, 6:54 PM

That's cute. She must be having a lisp besides being a Chinese.

allen0187 wrote on March 5, 2015, 7:44 PM

Not sure really.

FernandoSHA wrote on March 5, 2015, 8:26 PM

I think eating "fried lice" is much better than "robbing your country" hehehe!

BodieMor wrote on March 5, 2015, 10:22 PM

I like basmati rice sautéed in butter or olive oil with onions, red peppers, celery and whatever other vegetables I feel inclined to add in the moment! And I have a mix of spices my family loves.