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Seafood Medley Fried Rice




Ingredients :estimates
4 cup  cold cooked  rice
2 cup seafood medley ( shrimps,scallop,squid and mussel )

1/2 cup green peas
1/2 cup grated carrot
2 tbsp vegetable oil
1 egg


Seasoning spices ingredients:

2 clove shallot
1 clove garlic
1 fresh cayenne pepper/Thai pepper,thinly slice

1 tbsp grated ginger
2 tbsp of soy sauce
2 tbsp sweet soy sauce

1 tsp fish sauce 
pinch of black pepper

Preparation

chop shallot,garlic and pepper
heat sesame oil in the skillet on medium high
cook chopped shallot,garlic, pepper  and ginger for about 2- 3 minutes

add cooked seafood medley cook for another 3 minutes
add egg and scramble it
add cooked  cold rice

and add green peas and grated carrot
stir and add soy sauce,sweet soy sauce and fish sauce and pinch of black pepper,stir until combine
and cook for another 3-5minutes,serve immediately is best.



serve with slice cucumber,or simple cucumber salad   Cucumber salad/indonesian acar timun  
E N J O Y ,,,,

Comments

  1. What a tasty fried rice!! I agree, I also use leftover cold rice too to make fried rice. The texture is perfect then. :) I like your medley of seafood. Very nice.

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  2. Being Asians, how not to love fried rice and nice way of serving it you have done.

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  3. This looks great--I agree, it's always best to start with cold rice. The spice mixture looks fabulous!

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  4. Oh, yummy...this looks so good...especially with the addition of seafood!

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  5. Great tip on using cold rice, Ridwan. I really stink at making fried rice and it's probably because I always use hot rice!

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  6. @Nava.K
    Yup Asians= Big with rice,thanks Nava as always :)

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  7. Thank you everyone for nice comments as always !!

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  8. This looks amazing! I love fried rice!

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  9. Fried rice is always our family's favourite. Yours is full of flavours and wholesome. Yum

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  10. As always said before my friend... this is CRUEL to post THIS in the evening at Indonesia time!! :P
    agree with u with the tips that never-ever cook a fried rice with a hot rice, I'll always stay them out from rice cooker 15-30 minutes before I cook them
    I never had a chance to try a friend rice whick leftover fr a fried... Hmmm - I think it's time to give it a try then? ;)
    tw fr shairng the recipe ridwan!

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  11. oops!!Now I am going complaining,coz this dish made me hungry!!Looks delicious!!

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  12. I'm with you! I NEVER make fried rice using fresh cooked rice. It's such a waste! Beside yesterdays rice works a lot better. Love what you did with your leftovers.

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  13. I love fried rice and you're definitely right - day old cold rice is way better than fresh.

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  14. Wow this recipie is amazing and no one would never miss to add pepper masala to the preparation

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