Mom’s Fried Rice. In a large skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat. As egg sets, lift edges, letting uncooked portion flow underneath. The key is that the rice needs to be pre-cooked and is preferably chilled or left over.
Making fried rice is simple, and an excellent way to use up leftovers from other nights meals and make something completely different. When I was working at the day care, I learned a few important things about making good fried rice GREAT: Use cold rice: This is the key to great fried rice. Using cold or leftover rice makes all the difference. You can cook Mom’s Fried Rice using 7 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Mom’s Fried Rice
- Prepare of eggs.
- Prepare of onion; diced.
- You need of Chinese sausages; cut diagonally.
- You need of Rice.
- Prepare of garlic cloves; minced.
- You need of Garlic salt.
- Prepare of Garlic powder.
This is as close to my mom's recipe as I can get with actual measurements since she eyeballs the ingredients and never measures. It is a classic version, and not the spicy or pineapple version you so often see in Thai restaurants. She is a native of Thailand and owned her own fantastic Thai restaurant for many years. This recipe is one of my favorites because it is so easy.
Mom’s Fried Rice step by step
- Scramble your eggs in a pan with some oil. Set aside..
- While still on med-high heat, add more oil and cook the sausage for about 1 min. Add the garlic & onion and sauté until onion is translucent..
- Little bit of garlic salt, little more garlic powder, put the eggs back, and.
- Enjoy!! To all the mothers out there, Happy Mother’s Day 2020!!.
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