Students Kitchen 3: How To Prepare Fried Rice
We are using this medium to bring our Nigerian student Students Kitchen volume 3, in this volume we will be directing you all on how to cook fried rice while your stay in school, though cooking this particular food in school is rare but due to the fact that the students find it difficult to prepare it.
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This reminded me of back then when I was in school, I had this friend who prepared fried rice in a funny, don’t even know if what he cooked is qualified to be called fried rice because we called it “yellow rice” back then, he just added curry in white rice which turned the colour
Below we will be listing the ingredients and direction in cooking fried rice
- Vegetable oil
- Cow liver
- Plain yellow curry powder
- Green beans
- 5 medium size carrot
Wash all the vegetable to be used, scrape and dice carrotand the green beans
Prepare the liver and Chicken by spicing very well
- Parboil the rice, wash the parboiled rice and put in a sieve so that all the water drains out
- Pour the chicken stock into a sieve to remove all traces of onions etc used in cooking the chicken. Pour the stock into the pot and set to boil.
Once the water boils add the parboiled rice, and also add 1 table spoon of plain yellow curry powder, then add salt to taste.
NOTE: the plain yellow curry powder is merely used for coloring so should not contain chills
- The water level should be slightly less than the level of the rice, or better still it should be at the same level reason is to ensure that all the water dries up by the time the rice is cooked.
Stir the contents, cover the pot and leave to cook on medium heat to avoid burning the rice before water dries up
- Once water is dried check if the rice is done, to confirm if the rice is cooked properly
- Now transfer the rice to another pot or bowl to help cool it down quickly to avoid rice sticking together because if you don’t the rice might keep heating due to the hotness of the pot then making it soft
At this point it is allowed to divide vegetables (Carrot, green pepper etc) in 4 or 5 equal parts to be fried in batches
NOTE: Number of batches depends on the quantity of rice you can comfortably fry in a pan or pot and also divide the cooked rice and the diced cow liver into the same number of equal part
- Now pour a small amount of vegetable oil into a frying pan. This quantity of oil should be such that it should be absorbed by 1 part of the cooked rice and I part each of the vegetables
When the oil is hot add I part of diced onions and stir for 10seconds, followed by 1 part of diced cow liver, one part each of the diced vegetables, then 1 part of cooked rice
- Add salt if only necessary. More curry powder may also be added at this stage if you need to touch up on the colour, stir till all the ingredients have mixed well and transfer to a dry pot
Repeat for the remaining batches of the ingredients
Food is ready
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