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Who doesn’t like a warm fried rice and I think this is something which is present in most Asian countries be it Malaysia, Thai, China, India, Korea, Vietnam or Indonesia and so on. The real fried rice has originated from China which was a way in which they made a wholesome meal the next day morning from the leftovers the last meal/night and what a brilliant creation! I have made the Thai Egg Fried Rice which in Thai is called as Khaw Phad Khi (Khaw = Rice, Phad = Fried, Khi = Egg)

This is a super simple, hassle free dish which can be made in under 20 mins and can enjoy it with some stir fried veggies or some meat on the side or fried tofu as well. I made Lemongrass chicken to go with it and what a mind blowing combination. You can find the recipe of Lemongrass Chicken as well here –

On a side note, you will see a fork/spoon in the photo because I am a little embarrassed to acknowledge that I cant eat rice using a chopstick. But yes, maybe someone reading this article now can teach me?  And yes, please don’t judge me! The Indian in me loves to eat using hands always.

 

 

 

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Thai Egg Fried Rice (Khaw Phad Khi) Yum
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Thai
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
People
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Thai
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
People
Instructions
  1. In a Chinese wok, add the oil and shallot and garlic for frying. Within a min add the rest of the veggies along with the white part of the chopped scallion
  2. Stir fry the vegetables on medium to high flame for 5 mins and now crack the 2 eggs on the side of the wok and scramble it well and mix it well with the veggies. (If you scramble them on the empty side of the pan they scramble well, and fluff well)
  3. Add the cooked rice now along with fish sauce, soy sauce and oyster sauce and the pinch of sugar too.
  4. Stir everything well for 5 minutes. Finish it with green part of scallion and chopped thai chilli and some lime juice.
  5. This has to be eaten really hot to enjoy the flavor truly.
  6. You can add chicken, shrimps or any other meat of your choice to the rice for extra flavor.
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1 Comment

Thai Lemongrass Spicy Chicken - Spice Trip with Paulami · October 29, 2018 at 11:31 pm

[…] Not every meat dish needs to be fancy and should take long time to be flavorful. If you haven’t tried Thai lemongrass spicy chicken then you have really missed out on something so delectable and so not subtle in flavor. It is a blast of so many things in your mouth, you will go ga-ga with just the first bite. I made it to go with my Thai fried rice […]

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