Preparing Fried Rice with Uncooked Rice | Preparing Fried Rice with Previously Cooked Rice
There are many methods used for preparing fried rice recipes, but two methods that combine the moist heat methods of boiling/absorption/steaming and the dry heat methods of frying/stir-frying are among the most popular.
Stir-frying, like sautéing, is a cooking method that quickly cooks the chicken in a little oil, using high heat. The difference between the two methods is that sautéing cooks serving size pieces of meat and stir-frying involves cooking smaller size pieces that have been cut into strips, cubes or diced pieces all similar in size.
Barbecued chicken on the grill has always been a favorite summertime food, but when improperly grilled, it can make your backyard cookout anything but memorable. This informative video demonstration shows you the secret to grilling up perfect barbecued chicken every time.
Boneless, skinless chicken breasts can be pounded thin and used for countless chicken recipes including this one: Classic Chicken Marsala. There are many different versions of this flavorful chicken recipe, but one ingredient that is essential in all versions is Marsala wine, which is a Sicilian fortified wine with a distinctive sweet flavor that is difficult to duplicate using other ingredients as substitutions.
Fried green tomatoes may not be the first dish you think of when selecting a side dish for your meal but after trying the recipe below, you may change your mind. These crispy coated green tomatoes provide a tangy flavor and crunchy texture that goes well with many foods.
The main ingredient in a meal consisting of pre-cooked rice that is refrigerated overnight and is then mixed with vegetables, and bits of beef, eggs, shrimp, chicken, or other similar ingredients to create an Asian specialty.