Yangzhou fried rice is a delicious dish that originated in the Qing Dynasty of China and quickly became famous around the world. This Yangzhou fried rice dish is both delicious and colorful, rich and nutritious, very easy to prepare. Let’s work with Viet’s Restaurant to make this Yangzhou fried rice!
- White rice: 4 cups of cooked rice.
- Chicken eggs: 2 eggs.
- Sausage: 2 plants.
- Dried shrimp: 20g.
- Carrot: 1 tuber.
- Peas: 100g.
- Spices: Myrrh seeds, sugar, salt….
- Even oil, cooking oil, soy sauce.
- Garlic, scallions, coriander.
Step 1: Prepare the Ingredients
After buying carrots, you clean the skin, then cut the carrots into dices. Next, wash the peas, blanch the beans and carrots briefly with boiling water. Crack your eggs into a bowl, add a few seasoning seeds, beat them evenly and set aside. Chop the onion and garlic. Dried shrimp, you wash and soak in warm water for about 3-4 minutes until the shrimp is soft, take out, rinse and drain.
As for the sausage, you should wash and boil the sausage until it’s cooked. Cut the sausage into small pieces like pomegranate seeds. Be careful not to cut the sausage too big, it will make the dish unpalatable.
Step 2: Stir-fry Sausage and Dried Shrimp
Put a pan on the stove, add oil, wait until the oil is hot, then add minced garlic and fry until fragrant. Then you add the sausage and dried shrimp to the pan and stir-fry continuously until the sausage and dried shrimp are just cooked.
Step 3: Add Eggs, Beans, Carrots and Stir-fry
You add the eggs to the island quickly and add the peas and carrots to the pan and continue to stir and season.
Step 4: Put the Rice in and Stir Fry Together
After the ingredients are cooked, you add the rice and stir-fry together, stir well, continue to add a little oil to stir well, add seasoning to taste, then turn off the heat. Put the rice on a plate and add a little cilantro to create the aroma for the dish.
It’s simple, isn’t it, so you’ve just gone through 4 extremely simple steps of how to make Yangzhou fried rice. Let’s make this fried rice for my family on free weekends for everyone to enjoy