Guest post: Seafood & Pork Fried Rice from Mum’s Kitchen

When you’re studying abroad, there’s nothing more you miss than your mum’s cooking.
My mum knows how to cook almost everything and I really ought to learn more from her!
A big hug to my mum for letting me to feature her cooking on this blog :)

the sliced pork and shrimps were made ready the night before

All photos taken by my mum

3-5 shrimps
1/2 bowl of sliced pork
4 asparagus
2 anchovies
1 egg
1 bowl of rice

1. Beat the egg and put it aside.
2. Chop anchovies and asparagus then fry them in pan
3. Put in sliced pork and shrimps, then add in egg to fry
4. Put in rice and fry until it becomes fluffy

Enjoy :)



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2 Comments on “Guest post: Seafood & Pork Fried Rice from Mum’s Kitchen”

  1. Tony
    March 7, 2012 at 5:44 pm #

    OMG I’m gonna try this the next time I make fried rice :P


    • March 7, 2012 at 5:50 pm #

      Go for it! Let me know how it turns out :)

      I’m going to make some soon too! I have a mini bottle of anchovies in my fridge (in case you need to get one you can get them in the supermarket all the way down next to the Place de Arts metro)
      – a.

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