How to make it

  • brown bacon and onions til soft , do not drain
  • add other meats and stir together warming through
  • add rice to meat/onion mixture and combine well, breaking up lumps of rice and mixing well
  • Run hot water over frozen veggies and add to mixture or just add leftover ones
  • as well as possible, move all ingredients to one side of pan/pot
  • add beaten eggs to the cleared place and stir into other ingredients
  • season with salt and pepper and soy sauce to taste
  • a little water and sugar can be added to improve texture and flavor.
  • serve from the pot or place in large bowl kept warm

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  • ylokos 10 years ago
    You know sometimes my mom would make the fried rice with the Spanish chorizo, specifically Chorizo de Bilbao, which is available in big cans in some Filipino markets. I don't always see them much. I remember when my mom would make them, she would chop up and cook the chorizo first till it was crisp, so that all of the oil would come out, then she would put some garlic in the fat, throw the rice in and then add the veggies and egg. It was so good, spicy and oily. I don't pork any more, but I still remember this fondly. Chorizo de Bilbao is not too red like other Spanish chorizo and it is not sweet like Filipino longaniza. Thanks for this recipe and thanks for making me want to call my mom! Mahalo loa nui!
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    cheryilyn ate it and said...
    i have been looking for a breakfast rice dish that i used to order at a Hawian restaurant we used go to. i am hoping this is it.
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  • chihuahua 10 years ago
    Fried rice for breakfast is a wonderful idea! I can't wait to try this. Super post:>
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  • lunasea 10 years ago
    Oh my goodness....who wouldn't love this? It's making me so hungry and I bet it becomes one of my favorites. I'll let you know when I make it...but any fried rice has my name all over it. Thanks so much! =)
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  • cabincrazyone 10 years ago
    I am very much a fan of fried rice. This is a must try!
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  • zena824 10 years ago
    We love fried rice too.... this is wonderful...thanks for a great post..
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    modmom50 ate it and said...
    Your post is perfect I got a ton of rice left over and I am going to try this tomorrow. Thanks for the post.
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  • wynnebaer 10 years ago
    A must try......Thanks...;D
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  • krumkake 10 years ago
    Wow, I like the sounds of this - we love fried rice, and I am always trying to find a more flavorful way to make it at home...never tried bacon, and I think that may be the secret to the flavor I am looking for - thanks for sharing this, auntieK!
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    henrie ate it and said...
    This is how I learned to make fried rice when I lived in Japan while my husband was in the service. Great post.
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