Yang Chow Fried Rice

Yang Chow Fried Rice

Yang Chow Fried Rice is a Chinese char siu (Chinese barbecue) flavored fried rice. Thin slices of roast pork are added to the stir fried rice with the usual scrambled eggs and vegetables. Chinese style fried rice are usually stir fried at high heat. Of course the roast pork which is the main ingredients for this fried rice would not be readily available to most Pinoy homes, not unless you live near the China town or near a Chinese restaurant that sell char siu. As substitute use commercial Chinese sauce that are sold at most supermarket.

Yang Chow Fried Rice - Char Siu Sauce

Lee Kum Kee Sauces are the more popular brand in the market, their char siu sauce are available in bottles or in sachets. On my version of yang chow fried rice I substituted the Chinese roast pork with liempo cut pork marinated in char siu sauce and pan fried before slicing into thin pieces. Ideally the marinated pork should have been barbecued but I did not have the luxury of time and all I needed was just a cup of it. Another tip is to use peanut oil if its available it really makes the difference. Now if you are craving for Chinese style fried rice you would not spend a fortune anymore, here is the recipe of my yang chow fried rice.

Ingredients:

Yang Chow Fried Rice - Ingredients

6-8 cups leftover rice
1 cup small to medium size shrimp, shelled
150g pork liempo
1 cup pre-cooked mixed vegetables
1/2 head garlic, chopped
1 medium size, onion, chopped
2-3 stalk spring onion, chopped
3 eggs beaten, fried/scrambled
3 tbsp. char siu sauce
cooking oil/peanut oil
salt

Cooking Procedure:

Yang Chow Fried Rice - Cooking Procedure

Coat pork with char siu sauce and marinate overnight. In a large wok, fry pork liempo on all side until cooked and color changes to reddish brown, slice into small pieces and keep aside. On same wok using the same oil, sauté garlic until color turn to light brown at high heat, add onion stir until semi-transparent. Add pork, shrimp, mixed vegetables and remaining marinade, stir cook for 2-3 minutes at high heat. Add the leftover rice and cook, tossing until thoroughly heated and flavours are infused to the rice. Add in scrambled egg and season with salt to taste. Garnish with spring onions and serve immediately.



See other related fried rice recipe:
Seafood Fried Rice
Tinapa Tuna Fried Rice
Tosilog

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

enjoy na enjoy ako sa blog ninyo...parang turo-turo sa palengke ang dating...

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guinevere said...

grabe.. i am glad to read this post. ang galing ng idea mo to use ready made char siu sauce to marinate pork. i will try this recipe. thanks!

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Cecilia MQ said...

I love Yang Chow Fried Rice. I usually order this at my favorite chinese resto. Now with the help of your recipe I could make my own and for sure my family will enjoy. Thank's for sharing!

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Maria Ellis said...

love the way you present your recipes...kakatuwa will surely make morcon, embutido, and a lot more..thanks and more power...:)

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Andrew said...

Made the rice last night! It was great! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

Andrew

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UT-Man said...

Hi Andrew,
Thanks for the feedback...

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