Friday, January 14, 2011

Yang Chow

A no-seafood version of Yang Chow, I don't even know if it is still consider as such if the recipe doesn't follow the original version, ah basta, Yang Chow ito, hehe.

  • leftover/cold rice
  • sliced ham, diced (I used two kinds, the regular and sweet one)
  • Chinese sausage, dice
  • eggs, beaten
  • green peas
  • carrots, diced
  • garlic, minced
  • soy sauce
  • salt
  • all-in-one seasoning granules
  • cooking oil

  • In a skillet, fry the beaten eggs. Slice thinly and set aside.
  • In the same skillet, fry the ham and Chinese sausages, please do not overdo it, set aside.
  • Still in the same skillet, saute the garlic, no need to brown it.
  • Add the leftover rice and continuously mix.
  • Season with salt and the all-in-one granules.
  • Pour in the soy sauce and toss until the color is even.
  • Add the ham, sausages, green peas, carrots and scrambled eggs, mix it up.
  • Taste test, do revisions, if necessary.
  • Mix and stir until done.
  • Serve hot.

Easy does it :)

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maiylah said...

an anytime-of-the-day dish! i love this with tuyo... :)

Gizelle said...

yung char siu (roast pork) ang distinct ingredient sa yang chow, but what the heck, chow kung chow :D ...sarap yan nga with tuyo o langgonisa...

Luna Miranda said...

payag na rin akong yang chow 'to.:p
almost finished a huge bowl all by myself 2 nights ago.:(

♥FoodTripFriday♥ said...

ang sarap naman ng fried rice mo,este Young chow pala, ang daming halo! :D

mona said...

yummy, chowking na chowking ang dating .. ma try nga ;)

Arlene said...

yan palagi ko order sa chowking. rice lang pero may ulam na rin. so maka save talaga sa bulsa!

Jay - agent112778 said...

i want this w/ tocino :P~

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Jennie said...

looks good..yummy..i love fried rice

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