Chinese Sausage and Scallion Fried Rice


Chinese Sausage and Scalion Fried Rice Wide

I haven’t cooked fried rice for a long time and the last time was this Pineapple Fried Rice exactly 1 year ago. While the last one was something traditional and popular today we will be doing some freestyle and this was our brunch, resulting from “don’t know what to eat for breakfast” scenario. So the following you see below is a result of what I saw in the freezer and fridge.

Ingredients

4 cups leftover rice
1 cup pork belly, chopped
1 pc Chinese sausage, sliced thinly
6 pcs fish cake, sliced into small squares
3-4 stalks spring onions, chopped
2 eggs, lightly beaten
fish sauce
freshly ground black pepper
salt
oil

Method

1. Season pork with salt and pepper, set aside.
2. In a wok add oil then turn heat on high, once it’s on its smoking point add the pork pieces stir fry until golden brown in colour.
3. Add fish cake and Chinese sausage then cook for 2 minutes.
4. Add rice and continue to stir fry for 3-5 minutes.
5. Create a well in the middle then pour the beaten eggs. Once eggs are nearly cooked mix them together with the rice.
6. Add spring onions, stir to distribute evenly then season with fish sauce. Serve.

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21 thoughts on “Chinese Sausage and Scallion Fried Rice

  1. Oh Raymund!! Chinese sausages are my favourites! They go with everything and anything! This fried rice looks so good!! Especially love it when served in a claypot!! :)

  2. You’ve reminded me it’s been far too long since I’ve made fried rice – at least a year, probably more. This version is particularly nice. Really good stuff – thanks.

  3. I’ve never made fried rice with pork belly, but it should sounds like a delicious idea! Great looking bowl of fried rice!

  4. My childhood memories were resurrected after seeing this. It has been a while since I had this fried rice. I’m inspired to make some again soon. Looks delicious.

  5. I love the light coming from the side toward the fried rice. So pretty (and delicious!!!). :)

  6. Simple, easy to make, but very delicious. Fried rice is also a great way to rejuvinate a day or two old rice. Chinese sausage is always a good ingredients to go with it. Thank you, Raymund!

  7. I can’t believe I didn’t leave a comment here because this is one of my most favorite dishes. I often make this but I can never get the right Chinese sausage brand. Just the same you just reminded me why my family loves this. I’m making it this weekend. Thanks for sharing, Raymund!

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