Duck Fried Rice Recipe
This is how I like to use up leftovers from our favorite take-out meal of Chinese roast duck and barbequed pork. Ingredient amounts may vary depending on what's left from your meal. But fried rice dishes are very forgiving.
A twist on the average fried rice - a culmination of some of my favorite Asian flavors thrown into a common dish. This recipe is very easy to adjust according to personal tastes; you can make it about as strong or as mild as you prefer. Compliments Teriyaki beef well, or can be easily modified into a stir-fry meal.
A delicious fried rice. You can use either chicken, pork, bacon or seafood - great with calamari and prawns.
I didn't have "proper" BBQ pork, so I cooked up some pork with some hoisin and soy sauce. I didn't use very much of the pork, so overall it didn't affect it too much. I also added a carrot, shredded. But this recipe was a HUGE hit. My husband ate almost the entire thing! It was fantastic!
This rice was very good and we made a couple of substitution. First we couldn't find any Chinese BBQ Pork and then we couldn't find any affordable duck and in a suitable quantity. So we made our own BBQ pork (Char Siu Chinese BBQ Pork on this site. My husband said the chicken was an excellent sub for the duck!
A great way to use up leftover rice, this quick fried rice cooks up with frozen peas, baby carrots, eggs, and soy and sesame sauces.
The delicious sweet and savory combination of pineapple, ham, peas, green onion, and eggs quickly wok-fried with rice is a sure-fire family favorite. Start with leftover cold rice for a super quick weeknight meal.
This is a staple of Thai cooking. Adjust the spices to your own tastes for a really great use for leftover rice!! Thai basil has a different flavor than that of regular basil and makes all the difference in this recipe. It is fast and fairly easy to make, but requires constant stirring.