How to prepare this recipe
According to this, some may say that Uncle Roger’s egg fried rice recipe is perfect, that he must know something. However, who dare to make egg fried rice recipe video, nobody is safe from Uncle Roger’s criticism, but we decided to risk the possible “judgment” from Uncle Roger by making this recipe.
This Uncle Roger egg fried rice combines chicken-flavoured rice, fried eggs, and a few other ingredients for a flavour that is out of this world. What’s more, everything in this delicious recipe cooks in just one pan (wok), taking less than 30 minutes total!
You’re probably wondering why this egg fried rice recipe is called “Uncle Roger’s Egg Fried Rice.” We discovered a viral video of Nigel Ng, also known as Uncle Roger, criticising a Jamie Oliver egg fried rice recipe video.
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Uncle Roger claims to make the best egg fried rice, so we decided to make it, taste it, and, of course, share it with you, because if something is this good, everyone should know how to make it, then make it, and taste it.
Making this authentic uncle Roger’s egg-fried rice recipe is simple. It takes less time and has delicious flavours. An important ingredient, sesame oil, imparts an earthy and nutty aroma.
How Will Uncle Roger’s Egg Fried Rice Taste And Look Like?
Uncle Roger’s egg-fried rice looks really delicious and tastes even better.
The aromatic fragrance is enhanced by the flavour added to the fried rice. The rice is tender but not soggy. The fried rice has an appealing fluffy and dry texture.
The majority of Chinese dishes are prepared in a large wok over high heat. The heat vaporises the moisture, which imparts flavour to the rice.
Before cooking the rice, wash thoroughly 4 times at list, or until the water is not milky anymore.
Must be clear.
Place into a rice cooker and cook according to package instructions but instead water use chicken stock if your cooker allowing.
If you don’t have rice cooker, cook it in a pot as I did, cook with double parts of chicken stock.
Cover the cooked rice, let it cool down and then refrigerate at least overnight.
Finely chop the garlic cloves, shallot and green onion.
In a hot wok add the peanut oil or vegetal oil or pork fat. Then add the garlic and shallot and fry them for 3 minutes.
Add the beaten eggs to the wok and stir it until it’s almost solid.
Then add the cooked rice and mix it well.
Add the soy sauce, msg, sambal and sesame oil, and over heat stir until well combined.
Add the sliced green onions, mix and it is ready to serve.
Enjoy, Good Appetite!