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Yam Fried Rice ~ 芋头粒炒饭



This Yam Fried Rice dish seems to be appearing in the menu of some restaurants lately, and I've savoured two versions from two different restaurants.   Here, I'm sharing with you my version of Yam fried rice, prepared with leftover cooked brown rice.  If you don't have leftover cooked rice, you can still use freshly cooked rice but air the rice to remove moisture and refrigerate it for a few hours before cooking.  This way your fried rice won't become clumpy or mushy.





A very satisfying and delicious bowl of Yam Fried Rice, which I must admit is truly 'Yum'!


Recipe for Yam Fried Rice ~  芋头粒炒饭

    Ingredients

    • 1 cup brown rice (rice cup)
    • 750 ml water
    • 200 gm yam cubes
    • 30 gm anchovies
    • 30 gm dried shrimps
    • 80 gm frozen peas
    • 2 eggs scrambled
    • 1 Chinese sausage, cut into cubes
    • 1 tsp light soya sauce
    • 1/4 tsp salt
    Method
    1. Cook the rice in the rice cooker, set aside for a few hours.  (I used leftover cooked rice).
    2. In a wok, add some oil to shallow fry the yam cubes till the sides are slightly brown.  Remove and drain the yam cubes on  a paper towel.
    3. Shallow fry the anchovies till crispy, remove and drain on paper towel.  Set aside.
    4. With some oil, break in the eggs and stir to scramble.  Add in a few drops of light soya sauce, remove and set aside.
    5. Stir-fry the cubed sausages till cooked and add in the dried shrimps, stir-fry till fragrant.
    6. Toss in the fluffed up rice and stir-fry, add salt and light soya sauce, mix well.
    7. Toss in the peas followed by the scrambled eggs and fried yam cubes, mix well.
    8. Fine tune to desired taste and ladle onto serving bowls and garnish with the anchovies
    9. Serve hot.
    10. Yield : 4 servings

Comments

  1. Hi Soke Hah, just had fried rice for lunch today. Looking at your yam fried rice makes me drool.... esp. with all the yum, yum ingredients.

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  2. Cheah, this is my favourite! I love yam and anything with yam is good for me! Will be using taro to cook fried rice!

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  3. Cheah, I've never tried fried rice with yam before. Yours look so delicious with all the generous ingredients!

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  4. Yam is always my favourite, but I have never thought of blending it with fried rice. Such a great combination and will add in my trial list! Thank you for sharing.

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    1. You're most welcome and thanks for dropping by my blog!

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  5. Simply mouthwatering! This is my sort of perfect lunch.

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  6. Hi Cheah,
    I love yam. Ever tried yam + mushroom fried rice but not so fragrant. Yours with added dried shrimps and anchovies is so yummy-licious! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. You're most welcome. Yam does pair very well with dried shrimps.

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  7. Looks delicious! I have left over rice and sweet potato...I could make this tonight! I love the first pic very much...chic and interesting!
    Thank you for visiting my blog. You're so kind.

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    1. Think fried rice with sweet potato will be a good combination too. Must try.

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  8. Omigosh, this is one of my favs ..maybe because I am always greedy so I have a lot of favourites! It looks super yummy. ^.^

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  9. I like fried rice. Sometimes I am craving for it so much..especially after looking at such pictures like yours :D

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    1. Thank you for the compliment. I do have cravings too!

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  10. Hi Cheah, I've never heard of using yam in fried rice before, yours look yummy! I love the fact that it has a lot of ingredients!

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    1. Thank you, Jasline. This dish is getting popular here.

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  11. Hi Cheah, I've cooked yam rice before but never fried yam rice. Your rice looks so appetising, especially with the crispy ikan bilis! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  12. Hi Cheah,
    i love your yam fried rice and i love your clicks.
    mui

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