Red Curry Fried Rice

Red Curry Fried Rice

A quick and easy one wok wonder, Thai style fried rice with a red curry flavour!

Full recipe at PONYTAILJOURNAL.com
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The Dumpling Sisters are back in the Scoff Kitchen for their series of Asian Bites and this week they are showing you how to make Singapore style curry fried rice noodles.

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INGREDIENTS:
100 g Rice Vermicelli Noodles
150 g Prawns
1 tsp Cornflour
1/2 Red Pepper
1/2 Medium Onion
1 Clove Garlic
2 Eggs
White Pepper
1 tbsp Medium Curry Powder
1 Handful Bean Sprouts
1 tbsp Soy Sauce
1 tsp Salt
2 Spring Onions
Vegetable Oil for Frying

STEP 1: COOK NOODLES
Place the noodles in a large bowl and add enough cold water to cover completely. Allow the noodles to soak for around 30 minutes, loosening the noodle cake halfway through. Leave the noodles in the water until they are ready to be cooked.

STEP 2: COPY PRAWNS
Heat 1 tsp vegetable oil in a wok over a medium heat. Stir the cornflour into the prawns and add them to the wok. Stir-fry for a few minutes until the prawns are pink and firm. Remove from the heat and set aside.

STEP 3: VEGETABLES
With the wok still on medium heat, add 1 tsp vegetable oil followed by the onions and garlic. Stir-fry for 1 minute then add the red pepper and stir fry for a further minute. Remove and set aside with the prawns.

STEP 4: EGGS
Heat ½ tbsp oil in a large frying pan. Pour the egg in and allow it to cook in a sheet, like an omelette. Just before the egg has set completely on the top side, slip it out onto a chopping board (it will keep cooking when you return it to the noodles later). Slice the egg into long ribbons and set aside.

STEP 5: MIX CURRY POWDER
Thoroughly mix the curry powder with 1 tbsp water and set aside.

STEP 6: MIX INGREDIENTS AND OIL
Fill a cup with cold water and place it by the stovetop. Heat ½ tbsp oil in the wok over a medium heat. Fish the noodles out from the water and pop them straight into the wok. Drizzle the curry powder mixture onto the noodles then use two spatulas to help you toss the noodles for 1 minute, distributing the bright yellow curry throughout. If you find that the noodles start to clump together, simply sprinkle water from your cup onto the noodles while you toss.

STEP 7: ADD BEAN SPROUTS
Add the raw bean sprouts and stir fry for 1 minute, then add the cooked prawns, veg, egg ribbons, soy sauce and salt.

STEP 8: STIR FRY
Stir-fry constantly for 3-4 minutes to heat everything though and distribute the seasonings, again sprinkling cold water on top if the noodles need loosening.

STEP 9: FINISH AND SERVE
Turn off the heat and gently toss through the spring onions before serving.
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15 thoughts on “Red Curry Fried Rice”

  1. when a video starts with a woman's butt shot I don't watch .. focus on the food please?

  2. testingilia21 testingilia21

    Hi,
    At which stage should I add beef mince?
    Or should I cook it separately?

  3. Quick tip!!! Instead of adding water to your curry, add about 2-3 tbsps of oil to your wok and add your curry powder to that. Low high and let in cook for a bit to bring out the aromas and flavours, and overall it will taste better.

  4. Devilisho Maycry

    Im from Singapore for the last 45 years.. We have so many rice noodles dishes that are iconic to Singapore ..
    Never heard of this

  5. There she goes again!! Wht ever it is..pls stop touching your hair while cooking! Tie it up in a nice bun or whatever it is so it will not look disgustingly! !!!

  6. It amazes me how people seem to need to be negative. "It doesn't exist"? Really? Because I just watched them make it. If you don't like their recipes, why not go elsewhere instead of complaining? I think this one looks yummy and I couldn't care less if it is served this way in Singapore or not. :)

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