Chinese Fried Rice (Chow Fon)

Chinese Fried Rice (chow Fon)

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Lynnda Cloutier


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    2 scallions, chopped
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    3 tbsp. oil
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    2 cups cooked rice
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    3/4 cup chopped fresh raw shrimp or 1 can (7 oz)
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    1 tbsp. soy sauce
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    2 eggs, lightly beaten
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    scallion for garnish

How to Make Chinese Fried Rice (Chow Fon)


  1. Cook chopped scallions gently in hot oil. Add rice and shrimp and cook, stirring til rice is hot and shrimp are pink. Add soy sauce and eggs, cook and stir til eggs are set.
  2. Garnish with another scallion, cut into slivers. Variations: Instead of shrimp, use about 1 cup of diced left over roast pork or ham or other cooked meat or use cooked chicken. Or a combination of meat or add 1/2 cup well drained bean sprouts or water chestnuts to mixture. Omit scallion garnish and use slivered almonds or chopped cashews instead. Serves 2
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Course/Dish: Rice Sides

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