Asian at Home | Chinese Fried Rice

Classic Chinese Fried Rice Recipe is simple, quick and easy recipe that everyone can make it at home! The variety of fried rice is numberless, like pizza! So feel free to substitute the vegetables or protein for your own taste, even soy sauce! Sometime I love adding salt instead of soy sauce, it makes fried rice taste so much clean and simple flavor.

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Chinese Fried Rice Ingredients:
Serves 2

2 Tbs. Cooking oil
2 Cloves garlic, chopped
1/4 of Onion, small diced (approximately 1/2 cup)
1/4 cup Carrot, small diced
2 oz. Chinese sausage, small diced
2 oz. Beef, cut into one bite sizes
2 eggs, beaten, seasoned with salt and pepper
2 cups Cold Jasmine rice, recommended a day old
2 Tbs. Soy sauce
1 Tbs. Dark soy sauce (Can be substitute regular soy sauce)
A small pinch of sugar
4 Green onions, chopped

*Remember, you are the boss in your kitchen, substitute proteins, vegetables and even soy sauce for your taste!


35 thoughts on “Asian at Home | Chinese Fried Rice”

  1. Your chinese fried rice looks very unappetizing.They usually dont look that dark. Also, the chinese dont put sesame seeds onto their fried rice.Pls do your research before cooking next time.

  2. TY for sharing. I went to a Japanese restaurant and they grilled the rice in butter. I tried the butter at home, not enough butter, I thought. I kept adding butter. It was NOT good. I gave away my Jasmine rice bc I did not think think that was the problem. Ugh, wish I saw this video first. Now, I have to buy Jasmine rice again. (Mexican here, so I usually buy long grain…but, I want to try it again, the right way.) Thanks for adding the explanation. Oh, dang. I thought I subscribed a long time ago long there. You are so cute. I cannot wait to share with my daughter-in-law, my son, my grandbaby, and my daughter-in-law's mother. My daughter-in-law is my son's apple of his eye. I really want to impress her to show her family how happy I am that she is making my son so happy
    AND, she gave me a gbaby.

  3. Great video, thank you for explaining different types of rice, that was interesting. Also that you used 2 types of soy sauce, dark & light, I did a little research to learn the difference, so I learned a lot in this little video! Most important tip you provided, to prepare all items BEFORE starting stir fry. This makes life much easier, no stress trying to race the wok. Thank you! 🙂

  4. Hi Seonkyoung!! I'm Chinese and this is so similar to how my parents cook it. They add just the tiniest bit of sesame oil at the end as well, and we like to throw in more vegetables. Other than that, this was a great representation of Chinese fried rice. Thanks for all the great videos!

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