Recipe

1 cup of chicken breast cut into 1 inch cubes.

1 red bell pepper

1 cup of shredded carrots

2 cups of cooked parboiled rice

1 tablespoon freshly grated ginger

1 tablespoon freshly grated garlic

1 Trinidad seasoning pepper (optional)

2 Thai chili peppers

1 1/2 teaspoon browning (kitchen bouquet thick soy sauce)

1 tablespoon sesame oil

1 tablespoon vegetable oil

1 tablespoon Chinese seasoning salt

1/2 cup freshly chopped cilantro

1 tablespoon green seasoning

1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce

1/2 tablespoon black pepper

1/2 tablespoon Kocher salt

Recipe for green seasoning

1/2 cup of fresh cilantro

3 cloves of garlic

1 small piece of ginger

2 stalks of green onions

3 leaves of culantro (optional)

Place the ingredients for the green seasoning into a food processor and mince to a fine paste.

Directions

Rinse and drain your pieces of chicken with cold tap water. Season the chicken with the green seasoning, Worcestershire, salt and black pepper. Set aside to marinate.

Prepare your vegetables. chop the sweet pepper into small cubes.

Shred your carrots or this can be chopped into small cubes as well like the sweet pepper.

On the stove top heat a wide wok or skillet to medium heat.

Add the 1/2 teaspoon sesame oil and 1/2 the vegetable oil.

Once the oil has heated, add the chicken. Make sure to spread it out in the pan. Let this cook through until the chicken is almost done.

Add in the carrots. Let the carrots cook with the chicken for 3 minutes. Because the carrots takes longer to cook we are giving it a head start to the sweet peppers.

After 3 minutes add in the sweet peppers, the garlic, ginger and peppers.

Let this cook until the sweet peppers are starting to soften up.

Add in the soy sauce a 1/2 teaspoon at a time. The color of the rice depends on how you like yours. I like mine a little brown so I added more soy sauce. If you are not using the thick soy sauce, remember regular soy sauce has salt.

Add in the cooked rice. Mix everything together. now add the Chinese seasoning salt.

Taste if it needs more salt. If you need more salt add Kocher salt.

Once the rice has heated through turn off the stove and add in the chopped cilantro.

Enjoy!

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3 thoughts on “Chicken Fried Rice

  1. Henry

    While also looking at this dish, I thought of an idea. Pictures says a thousand words about a dish and at least make you look further into the post. I remember thinking of this idea from my favorite cooking youtube food channel I watch. Your blog is now over a year old also. And a really nice blog post could be a Photo post, maybe in Slide Show format like how you show each step in making of each dishing photo or something you think is a better idea. But these main photo’s should be of all the Main Dish from all the recipes you have done for the past year or beginning which was just over a year ago. All those Main Dish images are sitting on the page of every blog post you’ve done already. And instead of the photo of the dish saying IMG# at bottom it shows the name of the dish and maybe the date it was posted on your blog (easier to search archives) if it can’t be linked back to the actual post itself clicking on the image. That way a person new here to the blog can see the photo slide of all the dishes by name and if they choose, they can easily search back through the blog to that very post for more info about that dish post here. Or they have more of a reason to as well. That also gives the added benefit of people new to your blog having even more of a reason to go back and look at a old recipe post you did over the last year. As well it shows off the range of dishes you have cooked in highlights over the year or beginning which is just over a year as well and it makes everything current for all to see in a Photo image show. Nothing makes a person want to check out, more about what a person can cook as well recipe posts than having allot of images/photo’s or even video post as such of the Main Dish staring back at them in all deliciousness.

    Well it was just an idea. And this was where the idea came from having seen all the videos from one my favorite Youtube Cooking Channels (Steve) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AX592ooBn_k

    Anyway it would make a very awesome post.

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  2. Henry

    Very nice and not too complicated dish. Looked at this several times now and realize i do like those ingredients Bowls. Like that Clay Bowl too with the meat in it i think it is lol, nice bowl.

    I’ll have to try this soon. I haven’t been using Rice as much lately and instead using more Quinoa. Its a bit more expensive, but more protein and fiber and less carbs than Rice. Though Rice do has its place depending on dish. But i’m wondering how this will come out using Quinoa instead of the Rice and i think it would come out great as an alternative. As always the great Food Photo’s and Photo Slide make each blog entry as appealing as the dish itself and easier to understand as a great food blog.

    So i think i’ll actually do that when i try it, making it into my own dish as “Chicken Fried Quinoa”.

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