Monday, 18 October 2010

Salted Egg Fried Rice with Prawns and Kimchi



If you have been reading my blog for some time, I am sure you've noticed that besides being a yum cha fanatic, I also love my carbs, especially my rice and noodles...:). One rice dish, which is an absolute favourite of mine is fried rice, because it's versatile, it's simple to make and it tastes gorgeous! Fried rice is also the first dish that I tried making as a, let's say, 9 or 10 year old (apart from Indomie instant noodles...;)).

This time I added salted duck egg to my fried rice, including Szechuan chili oil and prawns. Try to imagine the taste...! This combo is absolutely brilliant, a real treat to your tastebud! The kimchi is optional, but it gives a good kick as well to your fried rice.

Ingredients
  • 1 cup cooked rice (1 day old rice is even better)
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 seeded green chili peppers, sliced thinly
  • 200 g prawns
  • 2 tbs olive oil
  • 1 salted duck egg, minced
  • 1 tbs Shao Xing wine
  • 2 tbs oyster sauce
  • 1 tbs Szechuan chili oil
  • 1 tbs sweet soy sauce
  • 1 cup chopped green onions
  • Black pepper to taste
Side dishes
  • Sunny side up fried egg
  • Kimchi
  • Tomato slices
  • grapes
  • Shrimp crackers
Instructions
  • Heat up your wok to high. Add 2 tbs oil.
  • Add minced garlic and chilli slices and fry until the garlic is slightly brown.
  • Add prawns, Shao Xing wine, salted egg and Szechuan chili oil and stir fry for 1 minute.
  • Quickly add the rice, oyster sauce and sweet soy sauce. Stir fry for another 1 minute.
  • Add chopped green onions and black pepper before serving and mix well.
  • Serve your fried rice with fried egg, shrimp crackers, tomato slices, kimchi and grapes.



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42 comments:

  1. This looks so good that I'm speechless!

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  2. Que platitos más ricos, me encanta la cocina china y esto tiene que ser una delicia. saludos

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  3. Kimichi I love it. This meal looks delicious.

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  4. I haven't tried salted egg in fried rice before! Must be very flavourful especially having it with kimchi. yummmmm....
    Hope you're having a wonderful day.
    Cheers, Kristy

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  5. astaga naga sepagi ini gw lom mkn ud dikasih nasgor n kimchi enakk banget ! maren g makan ansgor Makassar yg warna merah interesting juga loh ! cmn wrn nya bikin serem krn merah smua bukan cabe sih tau pk apa ?

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  6. Oh my gosh! I love Kimchi!!! This looks amazing! Yummy too!

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  7. This looks so good! I like that you added the salted duck egg!

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  8. This is a dish I'd devour. Comfort food at its best!

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  9. this is such a great dish. i love all the ingredients in your fried rice, especially the salted egg. ive never tried salted egg in fried rice before, but this DOES sound brilliant! i'm so sick of the usual chinese sausage fried rice and this is such a refreshing idea. thank you for sharing this. i'm definitely bookmarking this recipe. great presentation as well!

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  10. Kimchi fried rice is always my fav...yours look really good...you should open a restaurant!

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  11. You love Korean food yeah?!?!

    Heheeee.. i must start learning from u!

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  12. Growing up as a child in Korea, I always had a fried egg on top of my fried rice! Love kimchi fried rice! Great post!!

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  13. Mmmm....delicious! I love prawns and I love kimchi! This is just perfect for me.

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  14. I love fried rice with all types ingredients. Love the prawns and kimichi in it. Sooo delicious!

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  15. Huge fan of carbs too esp fried rice! Love the combo, esp served with kimchi!

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  16. Yum...Fried rice looks super rich n divine...

    Tasty Appetite

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  17. I enjoy everything on this plate of fried rice, including the grapes :)

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  18. OMG! salted egg in fried rice? brilliant idea! thanks for the inspiration :D

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  19. Wah~~~ so appetising!!!!!! Drooooollll big time!

    Coraine @ life is like a long journey

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  20. looks yummy and I love your presentation of the dish!

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  21. CG, congrats ya jadi salah satu pemenang di maangchi food photo contest! Ga tanggung2 2 foto, hebat CG!!

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  22. Who can resist for this nasi goreng? You put my all time favorites here. But, I never have nasi goreng with grapes, how does it taste? :D

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  23. Gee, the fried rice looks so salivating, especially with the kimchi. Brilliant combo!

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  24. I LOVE fried rice...this looks like a great recipe.

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  25. I too love a good fried rice! One which I must try is to fry it with kimchi!

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  26. Mmmm...fried rice is so good, especially with all of the delicious things you've added to it. I've never had salted duck egg- I'd like to try it!

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  27. this looks yummy! I haven't had fried rice in awhile - now you make me crave for it! all your fault!! just joking :)

    Have a great day!
    jen @ www.passion4food.ca

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  28. Normally I use kimchi to fried rice, but I like your way to serve it as a side dish. This will keep the enzyme alive. :)

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  29. OMG! I was so thinking of cooking fried rice with salted egg yolk but without kimchi :) hehe I love my rice and noodles too!

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  30. This is packed with so many of my favorite things! I bet it's insanely good. Love the egg with it!

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  31. I love this fried rice! Looks very flavourful.

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  32. Ooh great idea! I've had salted duck egg crab and it was so gorgeous. I can really see how well this would go! :D

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  33. Loving the idea of minced salted egg in fried rice! :)

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  34. I love salted egg in everything and your plate looks good with a bit of everything at the side - even grapes :)

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  35. Why didn't I cook yummy like you??? +_+'

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  36. Wow. That looks so fantastic and delicious and your presentation and photo's are outstanding! I have a blog award for you if you would like to stop by my blog, when you have time. :)

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  37. Goodness! Look at the amount of prawns in that plate of rice! I could eat this all by myself! Delicious!

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  38. This legit looks like the perfect fried rice! What kind of rice did you use? Thanks!

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  39. Hi, thanks for the add on Facebook. Your blog is so adorable and your recipes look so delicious. I'm hosting an event, and I'd love to invite you to participate. Please stop by and take a look at the YBR page. Thanks and hope to see you there.

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  40. Ummmmm, this post makes me so hungry!

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  41. Wow! this is one great fried rice! I haven't tried using salted egg in fried rice but I can imagine they will taste heavenly!

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  42. these look very yummy! i am getting hungry just looking at it. i really want to try this fried rice soon. thank you for sharing.

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