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Bacon Fried rice

1, prepare ingredients: 1 egg, 1 bowl of leftover cooked rice, bacon slices, chopped garlic (2 cloves), chopped spring onion.

2, heat a pan, add in a little oil. Cut bacon into dices. Sear bacon till slightly golden brown.

3, add in chopped garlic. Stir fry till aromatic.

4, add in rice. Quickly stir fry evenly till each rice grain is greasy and shiny.

5, push all the rice to one side. Beat in egg in the middle.

6, quickly stir the egg with spatula. Then mix egg with rice.

7, season with salt.

8, garnish with chopped spring onion.


Seaweed Fried Rice


I never know dried seaweed can be used to cook fried rice until last summer My husband and I went to visit my friends in XiaMen. My friends invited us to a special dinner in a private place. And a special dish was served, which is seaweed fried rice. It’s the first time my husband and I tried that dish. We loved it.

This dish is not difficult to cook.


leftover rice

dried seaweed (cut into small chips with scissors)

chopped spring onion

chopped 2 cloves of garlic

dice of 1/2 chopped carrot



  1. Drizzle a little oil into the rice to separate the rice grains.
  2. Heat a little oil in the pan. Fry dried seaweed with low heat for 1 min. Then dish them out and leave the oil.
  3. Saute garlic till aromatic with the same pan. Add in the carrot dices. stir fry for 2 mins.
  4. Add in rice. Toss all ingredients evenly.
  5. Add in fried seaweed. Stir fry evenly for another 1 minute.
  6. Season with salt.

Both my husband and I love it.

Kimchi Fried Rice


2 tablespoon chopped kimchi

1 tablespoon kimchi juice

1 cup leftover rice

1 chopped sauce

1 tsp Korean chili paste

Chopped spring onion

1 tablespoon water



1. Add 1 tablespoon kimchi juice into leftover rice. Stir a bit with chopsticks to separate rice grains.

2. Heat a little oil in the pan. Add in sausage dice. Stir fry till a bit brownish.

3. Add in chopped kimchi. Stir fry till aromatic.

4. Add in all the leftover rice. Quickly stir with spatula.

5. Dissolve Korean chili paste in 1 tablespoon water. Then sprinkle into rice. Stir fry evenly.

6. Season with salt and garnish with chopped spring onion.

Curry Fried Rice


A bowl of Leftover rice

Vegetables you like ( I chose corn, shiitake, onion)


Eggs 2



Curry powder

Chopped spring onion

1. Beat two eggs in a large bowl. Add rice into eggs and mix them well to let each rice grain be coated with egg.

2. Heat some oil in the pan. Put rice in. Stir fry till golden brown and eggs are cooked. Set them aside for later use.

3. Fry shrimps till cooked.

4. Heat oil again. Stir fry vegetables together. My order is onion in first, then shiitake and corn at last.

5. Put all the rice and shrimps into vegetables. Stir fry evenly.

6. Sprinkle 1-2 tablespoon curry powder. If you want it to be more pungent, you can add more. Garnish with chopped spring onion.

It actually tastes very good.

Omelette Fried Rice

I wanted to try this dish for a long time.

To make fried rice:

1. Cut 1 chicken breast, 1 small carrot and 1/2 onion into small dice.

2. Heat a little oil in the pan. Add in chicken breast. Stir fry till white.

3. Add in onion and carrot. Sauté till onion turns brown.

4. Push all the ingredients to one end of the pan. At the other end, add in 2 tablespoon tomato sauce, 1 tsp sugar and 1 tsp soy sauce. Mix well.

5. Mix sauce with chicken, carrot and onion. Stir fry evenly.

6. Put in cooked rice or leftover rice. Stir fry to let rice be evenly coated with sauce. Season with salt and black pepper.

7. Use a spoon to make fried rice into oval shape in the middle of one plate.

To make omelette:

1. Beat 3 eggs in a bowl.

2. Add in 2 tablespoon milk and 1 tsp light soy sauce. Mix them well.

3. Brush pan with oil and pour out the excess. Test the pan with chopsticks. Chopstick dip in beaten egg, and slightly draw a line in the pan. If the egg line immediately solidify then the pan is ready.

4. Pour egg into pan. Stir with chopsticks. When the egg turns to be half cooked, slightly push egg to the end of the pan.

5. Use the chopsticks and spatula to gently turn the oval omelette over. Heat the edge a bit to make omelette sealed.

6. Gently place omelette over fried rice.

And the last is also the best part of this dish: use a knife to cut the omelette open.