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December 20, 2012

Egg & Shrimp Fried Rice

Shrimp, Prawns, Langoustines .. love them all !  And yes, I know what they eat ... 

A good fried rice is always welcome ...However, do not ask me to eat with those little sticks, I am honestly not even willing to give it a try, a fork is just fine by me ... even a spoon, if it comes to that.

Make the rice the day before or in the morning, if you can, and remember to defrost the Shrimp - when this is done, the dish takes 30 minutes or less to get on the table.

I used my electric wok, but any large pan will do.

Egg & Shrimp Fried Rice

1 TB Vegetable Oil
2 t Sesame Oil
1 t Garlic, crushed
1 t Ginger, crushed
1 packet Spring Onions, chopped finely
1 1/2 Handfuls Baby Marrow, grated
1 Large Carrot, peeled and grated
400g Shrimp, defrosted
3 TB Lemon Juice
3 TB Soy Sauce {I like the dark and thick}
3 cups Rice, cooked, cold
3 Eggs, beaten
Salt & Pepper, to taste

Sweet Chili Sauce, to serve {optional}

1.) Heat the Vegetable- and Sesame Oil in a large pan or wok - add the Garlic, Ginger, Spring Onions, Baby Marrow and Carrot - cook for 4 - 5 minutes over medium heat.
2.) Add the Shrimp, Lemon Juice and Soy Sauce - stir to mix - add the cold cooked Rice - stir through and heat.
3.) Move the ingredients already in the pan/wok to the side - add the beaten Eggs and scramble for a minute or two - stir everything through.
4.) Season with Salt and Pepper to taste.

Serve with Sweet Chili Sauce on the side {optional}


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  1. I love fried rice. This recipe is a little different than mine, I'm going to give it a try.

  2. Fried rice is one of my go to meals when I don't feel like cooking because it is so quick! As long as I make the rice early enough to refrigerate it, it's all good :) Pinning to try your version!

  3. Yum. I usually make chicken but lately my husband has branched out and will eat shrimp so can't wait to give this a try

  4. This is how you make fried rice! Someone taught you well!!

  5. Hi Linda,
    Thanks for sharing all your wonderful recipes with Full Plate Thursday in 2012. Wishing you and your family the very best in 2013.
    Happy New Year!
    Miz Helen

  6. Looks wonderful! Thanks for linking up to Saturday Dishes! ~ Paula


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