Hongkong Fried Rice

Hello! Welcome back to my website . Today, we’ll be making Hong Kong Fried Rice. It’s a Chinese-style Fried Rice sans sweet soy sauce. It’s like a white Fried Rice or Yang Chow Fried Rice.

This Fried Rice is great for kids. My kids love it, too. Here are the ingredients. First, we need rice. The rice selection is important.

When making Fried Rice, the rice shouldn’t be mushy. If it’s mushy, you won’t get that smoky fire aroma due to the high water content. The texture won’t be as good, too. Here are the must-have ingredients: onions, shallots, green onions, eggs, soy sauce, and fish sauce. We’re not using garlic as even the once-booming Egg Fried Rice uses only green onions.

Unless, like Garlic Fried Rice in Hong Kong or China, then we’ll put some garlic inside.


Otherwise, I think th...

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Seafood Grill Jimbaran with three kind of chilli sauce

Rub them with a lot of seasoning so you can really get that flavor. Look. The oil has separated from the shallots, etc. Hello! Welcome back to my channel, Devina Hermawan.

Today, we’ll be making Grilled seafood a la jimbaran. If you miss eating seafood on the seaside at jimbaran, let’s make it at home! Of course, this version is a far easier. Aside from the seafood and the seasoning, we’ll also make all of the Sambal varieties. Here are the ingredients.

The most important thing that makes this dish tastes great is the seasoning. I’ve shared the recipe for jimbaran seasoning about a year ago on WillGoz’s channel. Maybe you’ve seen the video. This one is similar to that one. I made that version with pineapple, unlike this one.

We need onion, garlic, ginger, turmeric, shrimp paste, oyster s...

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