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Pineapple Fried Rice : Thai Recipe

This dish is a nice change from your ordinary fried rice. A very popular dish at the Thai restaurant serve in a hollowed out pineapple shell. It not only looks great but tastes great too!


Ingredients:

2 tbsp oil
1 whole pineapple/ 1 can canned pineapple, drained
3 cups of rice, jasmine preferably
1 cup frozen mix vegetables/ whatever vegetables you desire
3 cloves garlic
1 small onion
3 red chili
2 tsp curry powder
1 tbs soy sauce
3 eggs
1/2 cup prawns or chicken fillet
2 tbs fish sauce(for vegetarians u can get vegetarian fish sauce if not just use soy sauce)
1/3 cup cashew nuts (optional)
Cracked pepper(optional)



Method:

1. Slice off one side of the pineapple to remove the skin (do no cut off the leaves). Carve out the fruit from inside the pineapple. Set carved pineapple aside.

2. Pound chili and garlic in a mortar and pestle to make a paste. If you don't own one just use your knife to flatten it.

3. Place oil in wok and turn heat on to medium-high. Add the chili paste and onion and saute until fragrant.

4. Add the vegetables, cashew and prawns and fry for about 1-2 minutes.

5. Add the rice in then fish sauce, soy sauce , curry powder and pepper. Add pineapple in after.

6. Make a hole in the middle of the rice and fry the eggs. Taste the rice, if its not salty enough add soy sauce or salt.

7. Serve in the carved out pineapple.



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9 comments:

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Lolo @ Crazy About My Baybah said...

Thanks so much for stopping by. This looks delightful! Yum!

Xenia said...

Yum!

Thanks so much for stopping by, I'm following you now as well! Have a great weekend!

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Thanks for following. Im now following back:) Have a great day :)

Jolie said...

This recipe looks delish! I will definitely have to try this. :)

Shopgirl said...

I quite like this dish, thanks for sharing it with us. Now I can attempt to make my own. Though the Thai cafe next door does it so well always...

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