BBQ Fried Rice. Rice: While pork is standing, heat oil in wok or large skillet on high heat until oil almost begins to smoke. Add ginger, as well as all vegetables except garlic. Add the cooked rice to the pan, peas, eggs, soy sauce, sesame oil, grated ginger and the dry rub.
My family loves Chinese food, well specifically fried rice, egg rolls, and wantons. BBQ Fried Rice Natalie Marten Windsor, UK This is fried rice with a delicious BBQ twist. Perfect if you have some left over pulled pork to use up. You can cook BBQ Fried Rice using 10 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of BBQ Fried Rice
- Prepare 250 g of day old rice (or konjac rice),.
- It’s 1 of large handful pulled pork or a vegetarian alternative,.
- Prepare 1/2 tin of baked beans, (200g, I used no added sugar variety),.
- It’s 2 handfuls of (around 20g), sweetcorn,.
- It’s 1/2 of an onion, chopped finely,.
- It’s 2.5 tbsp of BBQ sauce of your choice,.
- Prepare of Salt and pepper to season,.
- Prepare of Spray cooking oil in neutral flavour, such as sunflower,.
- It’s of To Garnish:.
- It’s of Crispy dried onions, (can be found in most supermarkets).
Add the char siu and rice. Heat the oil in a wok over high heat. Pork BBQ Fried Rice is something that I wish to have when craving for fried rice. Yes, I also love Yang Chow Fried Rice because it is also good.
BBQ Fried Rice instructions
- Heat a wok up over a high heat and spray the base liberally with oil. Once nice and hot add in the onions and fry for a couple of minutes, then add in the rice. Stir fry for another minute or two..
- Season well with salt and pepper. Add in the sweetcorn. Stir fry for a minute then pour in the beans. Stir and spread out evenly over the wok and allow some of the sauce from the beans to evaporate from the rice..
- Add the pulled pork (or veggie alternative), by scattering it over evenly. Toss everything together. Add in 2 tbsp of the BBQ sauce and toss together once more..
- Once the rice isn't sloppy in consistency, and it's not too wet turn out into a serving plate, (the key to good fried rice is that the rice isn't too wet, keep moving it around the wok until enough moisture evaporates, ensuring the rice doesn't catch), and drizzle over the remaining bbq sauce and garnish with some crispy onions. Enjoy!.
You see, Pork BBQ Fried Rice and Yang Chow requires barbecued pork or char siu for best results. These fried rice dishes will surely stand-out if the proper ingredients are used. The type of rice we recommend for fried rice also happens to be our everyday rice–jasmine rice. It's a long grain, fragrant rice with a great texture, and we always find it makes perfect fried rice. We usually buy high quality premium Jasmine rice imported from Thailand.