Fried Rice Dishes



Arroz de Chaufa – Cantonese-Peruvian Style Fried Rice

Chaufa rice is one of the main Chifa dishes, the delicious result of mixing Peruvian and Chinese cuisine. There are many combinations for chaufa rice and this recipe is for one of the more traditional dishes.

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Chaulafan de Pollo – Ecuadorian Chicken Fried Rice

Chaulafan is an Ecuadorian version of fried rice. In most major cities in Ecuador you will find chifas or Chinese restaurants which are usually the best places to eat chaulafan; you can either eat at the restaurant or get it as a takeaway meal. Like Chinese fried rice there are many different types of chaulafan such as shrimp, chicken, pork, and combination.

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Fried Rice Dishes

This is a list of common variations of fried rice with images, brief excerpts, and links to the recipes.

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Garlic Prawns and Sweet Chilli Fried Rice

Garlic and sweet chilli sauce bring out the best in this succulent and aromatic fried rice dish.

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Hokkien Fried Rice

Hokkien fried rice (Chinese: 福建炒飯; also known as Fujian fried rice) is a popular Chinese-style wok fried rice dish in many Chinese restaurants. It has a thick sauce poured and mixed over fried rice with egg.

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Khao Khluk Kapi – Fried Rice with Shrimp Paste

Khao khluk kapi is rice stir-fried with shrimp paste, served with sweetened pork, beef or vegetables, sour mango, fried shrimp, chillies and shallots.

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Khao Op Sapparot – Thai Pineapple Fried Rice

Chinese invented fried rice but we think it’s the genius of the Thais that make fried rice sinfully delicious — they concocted pineapple fried rice. With the addition of fresh pineapple, flavoured with shrimp paste, fish sauce, and comes in a hollowed out pineapple.

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Khao Phat – Thai Fried Rice

This dish differs from Chinese fried rice is that it is prepared with Thai Jasmine rice instead of regular long-grain rice. It normally contains meat (chicken, shrimp, and crab are all common), egg, onions, garlic and sometimes tomatoes.

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Khao Phat Gai – Thai Fried Rice with Chicken

A basic fried rice commonly made by street vendors and fine restaurants alike. It’s best to use day-old rice that’s been cooked and sitting at room temperature (just leave it in the rice cooker for best results).

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Khao Phat Kung – Fried Rice with Shrimp

Classic shrimp fried rice with fresh shrimp, rice, spring onions, peas, carrots, and oyster sauce.

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Mushroom Fried Rice

Mushrooms have all the attributes of a superfood – nutrient-rich, low in kilojoules and high in antioxidants – and add plenty of flavour to this fried rice dish. An affordable, filling meal.

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Sinangag – Filipino Garlic Fried Rice

In Sinangag, a Filipino version of garlic fried rice, rice is added to stir-fried garlic and then seasoned with salt and pepper. It is a common, everyday breakfast dish. Vegetables, meats, and other ingredients may be added but it is generally left bare, with just the garlic, pepper, and salt to flavour it, because any other additional ingredients’ flavours may interfere with the flavour of the dish eaten with the fried rice.

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Thai Mushroom Fried Rice

Mushrooms and rice go together beautifully in this Thai recipe for fried rice. It includes other veggies too, like peas and yellow capsicum, for a rice dish that sings with flavour, texture, and supreme freshness. The original creation of fried rice was a result of having too much left-over rice, and it’s a happy coincidence that ‘old rice’ happens to work really well once it’s fried.

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