Singapore fried rice Singapore fried rice is a spicy version of yang chow fried rice. It is cooked with chili and curry paste for extra kick. See my link for detail recipe.
Curry paste
Singapore fried rice is a spicy version of yang chow fried rice. This dish had chilli and curry paste include for spiciness. I also include some pineapples for added taste. It is cooked similar to any fried rice dishes with addition of spiciness. See recipe and video below for guidance.
250g cooked rice
30g prawns
30g char siu
30g cooked chicken breast
20g garden peas
30 pineapple
1 egg
2 small chillies
1 stalk spring onion

2 tbalespoon vegetables oil
2g salt
2g msg
1 teaspoon light soy sauce
1 teaspoon dark soy sauce
half tablespoon curry paste (fern brand prefer, if not curry powder will do)
1 tablespoon garlic oil ( or scented oil if not sesame oil will do)
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22 responses to “Singapore fried rice”

  1. hey khoan, you know the meat being used here? it seems like the chicken and pork are not raw, so how do you cook them beforehand? and i'm guessing the prawn is raw

  2. Hi Chef, I really enjoyed watching you make your recipe for this Singapore Fried Rice, I also like the Wok you used, could you tell me where to find this one? The size would be perfect for me and my Son! I also liked the wood handle feature of it. Thank you Chef, I look forward to watching more of your cooking videos!

  3. Going to make this tonight to go with my szechuan beef…so i am going to leave the meat out. Will have to pop over the bridge one day and sample direct from you…also going to try and make the salt and pepper wings next weekend. Keep up the good work.

  4. Thanx Khoan, msg is great flavour maker in dishes, it is in Lays chips, Maggi, cookies etcc, i cook Always with pure MSG for more than 20 years, no problem and the taste get so much better.

  5. This youtube video is great because it displays all the ingredients and the step-by-step process to prepare the meal. I love learning from the Chinese Home Cooking Weeknight. It helps me consume delicious Chinese cuisine at the shortest amount of time. Keep up the good work and please add more Chinese delicacies 🙂 Xie xie.

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