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Old 01-09-2016, 10:14 PM   #1
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Default Chicken fried rice on the Shirley griddle!

I love to eat at Japanese steakhouses. I decided to try my attempt at making the fried rice on the Shirley griddle.



You can't go to a Japanese steakhouse and not see the volcano or choo choo onion train!



The ingredients



Started out with the chicken



Then added rice and veggies



Then eggs



Scrambled them and chopped them up



Mixed everything together



Added soy sauce and mixed further



Done!





It was delicious!!
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Old 01-09-2016, 10:18 PM   #2
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That looks amazing, do you do the tricks with the knives too.
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Old 01-09-2016, 10:22 PM   #3
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That looks amazing, do you do the tricks with the knives too.
Thanks! I am working on it! I will start with flipping an egg into my hat and working my way up from there! Those guys are really talented!
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Old 01-09-2016, 10:28 PM   #4
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That looks so good.i could eat fried rice everyday
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I love fried rice, and that looks amazing! Thanks for the post
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I love fried rice, and that looks amazing! Thanks for the post
Thanks! This is the 2nd time I have made this. This was definitely the better of the two. I read online to cook the rice the day before. That made a big difference as far as the texture of the rice.
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Great looking dish!!!
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That is one fine looking meal, can I get it in one of those white boxes that close at the top please.
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Thanks! This is the 2nd time I have made this. This was definitely the better of the two. I read online to cook the rice the day before. That made a big difference as far as the texture of the rice.
You boil the rice then fridge for the night?
Looks like a great camping breakfast
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You boil the rice then fridge for the night?
Looks like a great camping breakfast
Great job on that rice Chris!

Yes sweet titchie, that is how fried rice is made. The fridge helps dry it out so the dish isn't wet or stodgy.
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Great job on the griddle my friend. Looks mighty tasty.
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Looks delicious, Chris! I learned that fridge trick somewhere and found my fried rice got a lot better texture afterward. There's something special about fried rice, it's like a party in your mouth. Your adding to smoke to it hikes that special flavour up a few notches.
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Looks delicious, Chris! I learned that fridge trick somewhere and found my fried rice got a lot better texture afterward. There's something special about fried rice, it's like a party in your mouth. Your adding to smoke to it hikes that special flavour up a few notches.
Thanks, Kathy! The first time I made it, I made the rice the same day and it was a bit mushy. This time, making the rice the day before, the texture was spot on. It was just like I was at the Japanese steakhouse!!
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