Spicy Singaporean Fried Rice

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Spicy Singaporean Fried Rice is a fast food classic, immensely popular not only in this small country, but the world over. It is a twist on the noodle dish that goes by almost the same name. It is often featured in Britain, on Chinese restaurant takeout menus.

This dish is spicy, robust, and very filling. A meal in itself, Singaporean Spicy Fried Rice will satisfy you, your family and friends, trust me!

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Singaporean Fried Rice

Spicy Singaporean Fried Rice Recipe-


(Serves 4)

  1. Heat two tablespoons of the sunflower oil in a small skillet over medium-high heat.
  2. Flash fry the shrimp, garlic, chilis, and green onions for just a couple minutes, then set aside for now.
  3. Whisk the eggs, then fry them in the remaining tablespoon of sunflower, making a simple omelette. Roll the omelet up, and crosscut the roll into strips about 1″ wide each.
  4. Now heat the remaining sunflower oil in a wok over high flame until smoking hot. Add in partially cooked prawns, garlic, chilis and green onions. Cook on high heat just long enough to cook the shrimp through. Then, turn the heat down to medium, and add and stir in the peas and rice.
  5. Grind the star anise and cloves. Add and stir them into the mix along with the garam masala, turmeric and chili powder.
  6. Add and stir in the strips of omelet. Stir the entire mixture well, ensuring complete incorporation of all ingredients.
  7. Season the dish with the sesame oil and soy sauce. Serve your Spicy Singaporean Fried Rice right away, while nice and hot.

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6 thoughts on “Spicy Singaporean Fried Rice

  1. I’m Korean, and love our style of fried rice. But this looks like some wonderful kind of rice dish! Will sure try it, thanks!

  2. I’ve tried many kinds of fried rice dishes, but this one sounds extra spicy and yummy. Thanks, am definitely going to try!

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