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Wednesday, April 14, 2004
On the menu today

On the menu today:

lynne's fried rice with egg

2 cups rice
2 eggs, mixed well with a little salt in it.
small pieces of garlic (1 or 2 cloves, minced)
2 tbsp olive oil
1 cup chopped vegetables (cabbage, bell pepper)
1 tsp Soya Sauce
1 tsp Ajinomoto salt

Heat olive oil in a pan, add garlic and egg paste.Cook for a while until egg is cooked, then add
rice.  When the rice is half cooked, add chopped vegetables and fry for few
minutes.  Then add Ajinomoto salt and soya sauce.   Mix well and cook until it is done.

Posted at 06:41 pm by fallendarkness

June 12, 2004   10:20 AM PDT
My mother is from Thailand, and she makes this all the time. However, she always mixes the soy sauce in at the same as the veggies.

Gigglesbee, two cups of steamed rice.
May 25, 2004   09:13 AM PDT
I love fried rice, so I'm anxious to try this recipe but....how come there's no liquid for the rice to absorb? How is it going to cook...or is it 2 cups of cooked rice?

Thanks...and sorry if I'm bein a silly bee. :)

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