EASY FRIED RICHE @Vmburns Recipe

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V. M. Burns – I like Chinese cuisine, but rarely cook it. I had the wrong idea that I needed a wok. If you want to make authentic Chinese Fried Rice, you may need a wok. This recipe isn’t exactly authentic, but was delicious. I made it easy for myself by using carrots and frozen peas. I think authentic fried-rice uses long-grain, but I used the rice I had on hand and it still tasted great. I’ve also been told that the rice should be a few days old. Nah. I didn’t. What I did was wash the rice prior to cooking. I also fluffed so it wouldn’t stick. It was that simple. Super easy, but still delicious.

  • 3 Cups of cooked white rice
  • Carrots, 1/2 cup
  • Half a cup of Onion
  • 2 Tablespoons of Sesame Oil
  • Half a cup frozen peas
  • 2 eggs
  • 3 Tablespoons soy sauce
  • 1 Tablespoon Butter

  1. Heat a large skillet on medium heat. Add the sesame oil, onions, and carrots and sauté until the carrots and onions become tender.
  2. Add the peas into the pan and stir them well.
  3. Beat the eggs in a bowl. Push the vegetables off to one side of the pan and pour the eggs on the other. 

  4. With a spatula, scramble the eggs. Once the eggs have been fully cooked, combine them with the vegetables.
  5. Follow the instructions provided on the bag for cooking the rice. Add the rice to the bowl and mix well. 
  6. Stir in the soy sauce and stir the fried rice.
  7. Add the butter, and stir the rice for a few minutes until the butter melts.
  8. Season with salt and Pepper

READERSI don’t own a wok. What kitchen tool/appliance do you wish you owned? Comment and let me know.

When a murder unleashes a widespread investigation through Crosbyville, children’s book author Pris and her trusty bloodhound, Bailey, must sniff out the truth before the whole town goes to the dogs.

After deciding that life as a teacher wasn’t right for her, Priscilla found inspiration for her first children’s book in her three-year-old bloodhound’s nose for truth, and so The Adventures of Bailey the Bloodhound was born. After the book’s massively pawsitive response led Pris to move back to her hometown of Crosbyville, Indiana, to continue the series, she’s surprised by how things have changed in the town, but even more so how they haven’t.

Pris is frustrated to discover that newly elected school board trustee Whitney Kelley—a former high school mean girl—is intent on making Crosbyville more competitive by eliminating “frivolous spending” on the arts and social programs, including Pris and Bailey’s beloved pet-assisted reading program. A minor altercation between them isn’t anything unusual, but after Bailey sniffs out Whitney’s body in a bed of begonias, locals start hounding Pris and Bailey as suspects for the crime.

With Bailey’s sharp senses and Pris’s hometown know-how, can they prove to the community that they’re all barking up the wrong tree?

Pris is frustrated to discover that newly elected school board trustee Whitney Kelley—a former high school mean girl—is intent on making Crosbyville more competitive by eliminating “frivolous spending” on the arts and social programs, including Pris and Bailey’s beloved pet-assisted reading program. A minor altercation between them isn’t anything unusual, but after Bailey sniffs out Whitney’s body in a bed of begonias, locals start hounding Pris and Bailey as suspects for the crime.

With Bailey’s sharp senses and Pris’s hometown know-how, can they prove to the community that they’re all barking up the wrong tree?

Pris is frustrated to discover that newly elected school board trustee Whitney Kelley—a former high school mean girl—is intent on making Crosbyville more competitive by eliminating “frivolous spending” on the arts and social programs, including Pris and Bailey’s beloved pet-assisted reading program. A minor altercation between them isn’t anything unusual, but after Bailey sniffs out Whitney’s body in a bed of begonias, locals start hounding Pris and Bailey as suspects for the crime.


With Bailey’s sharp senses and Pris’s hometown know-how, can they prove to the community that they’re all barking up the wrong tree?




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