Fried Rice Paradise

20 Jun

That’s the title of a hugely successful musical written by Dick Lee from Singapore. Never watched it, but I heard it was good. That’s how much Singaporeans love food. We even have musicals about it.

I made Fried Rice quite often because it is simple and my kids love it. Well they love different variations of it. The oldest boy, Razin, loves a spicy version while the 2 girls, Qistina and Marissa, prefer a non-spicy one. So sometimes it can be quite a daunting challenge to balance the two. But like people say, you can’t please everyone all the time. Or something like that.

Fried Rice topped with omelet strips and crispy fried anchovies

That is just a fancy way of serving fried rice. Compact it in a bowl, then invert it onto a plate and voila! You get a dome-shaped rice. Brilliant! Sometimes I’m almost too afraid to touch it after seeing it so beautiful on a plate like that.

Here’s the spicy fried rice I made. But my spicy standards might be nothing to people who love spicy food and breathe fire.


And I made this for lunch today. It is sitting quietly in a lunch box in my bag. I know that by 10am, I would hear its silent call. “eat me! eat me!”

-hazrock, take me down to the paradise city


Posted by on June 20, 2012 in Food


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2 responses to “Fried Rice Paradise

  1. David

    June 20, 2012 at 8:44 pm

    ooooohhhhh…Good food and gnr niceeeee

    • hazrock

      June 20, 2012 at 8:52 pm

      The old GNR was cool. But not lately. Hehe!!


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