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How to make Fujian Fried Rice

Updated: 29 Mar 2011
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Fujian Fried Rice
Fujian Fried Rice
 
Fujian Fried Rice is similar to regular fried rice except it is served with a heaping dose of rich gravy on top. To me, this is the ultimate comfort food. The fried rice can come with a variety of ingredients, such as chicken, shrimp, scallops, Chinese sausage, Chinese broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, eggs etc. In mine, I used Chinese sausages, shrimp, eggs and green onion. It is whatever you have on stock in your fridge. Remember, fried rice is usually made what leftovers from last night's dinner that you want to use before it goes bad. Leftover chicken can be diced and used rather than the sausage. Just remember to dice up all your ingredients to equal bite-sized pieces, and when substituting my ingredients for yours, use roughly the same proportions.

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Fujian Fried Rice – 4-6 servings

Fried Rice Ingredients:

•3 cups cooked rice
•vegetable oil
•1/4 tsp salt
•1/4 tsp sugar
•pinch of pepper (preferably white pepper)
•12 medium uncooked shrimp, shelled, deveined and diced
•1 teaspoons cornstarch
•1/4 cup diced green onions
•2 eggs, beaten
•4 Chinese sausages, diced (substitute 4 oz. of cooked chicken if preferred)

Gravy Ingredients:

•1 1/2 cups chicken broth
•1 Tbsp cornstarch
•1 1/2 tsp. oyster sauce
•1 tsp. soy sauce
•1/2 tsp. sugar
•1/4 tsp. sesame oil
* If extra gravy is desired, double the ingredients.

Directions:

1) Cook rice beforehand, let cool.

2) In a small bowl, toss shrimp with 1 tsp. cornstarch. Set aside.

3) In a separate bowl, combine gravy ingredients. Set aside.

4) To cook the fried rice, pour 2 Tbsp vegetable oil in a wok over medium heat. Pour beaten eggs into the wok and cook until eggs are scrambled. Add rice, salt, sugar and pepper, stirring constantly. Transfer rice into large plate or bowl and cover with aluminum foil to keep warm.

5) Heat the wok on high heat, add 1 Tbsp oil. Add the shrimp and cook until it becomes pink (about 1 minute). Add the Chinese sausage and green onions, stir-fry for another 2 minutes.

6) Add gravy ingredients into the wok and stir until the sauce boils and is thick enough to coat a spoon. Pour gravy onto the fried rice and serve.
 
 
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Comments Area ( Total Comments: 2 )
martianxxx2003 Commented on 23 Apr 2012
Some have ways of cooking fried rice... there's this cantonese style like dried and tasty... with lots of meats/veggies/eggs...hmmm yummm....
laowai Commented on 07 Apr 2011
In all the time I've lived in Xiamen, I've never heard of gravy on top of fried rice. It looks delicious but how come restaurants don't serve it that way? Or am I going to the wrong restaurants?
  

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