This classic Thai pineapple fried rice recipe is real vegetarian Thai food. Make this easy fried rice at home - it's as good or better than take-out fried rice! Thai jasmine rice is fried up with chunks of pineapple, plus cashews, peas, and currents with a curry-flavored sauce. Includes cooking tips to create perfect fried rice every time. Proof that vegetarian Thai cooking is anything but boring. Mmmm - heavenly!
This Thai Yellow Fried Rice is colorful and easy to put together. Made with fresh or frozen shrimp, this recipe also features greens such as spring onion, fresh coriander, and peas. Turmeric is the special ingredient that makes the fried rice yellow, and because of its incredible health benefits, the addition of this spice makes this recipe a good-for-you treat. A great way to use up leftover rice - rice that is several days old is perfect for this simple but extremely tasty recipe. Enjoy!
Chicken fried rice is always a popular choice at mealtimes, both with kids and adults. But most homemade versions of fried rice don't taste nearly as good as those made in a restaurant. If you've found this to be the case, what you may be lacking are a few fried rice tips (included in this recipe). Make this dish as spicy or mild as you like, according to how much chili you want to add (it can also be omitted, especially if you're feeding kids).
Pineapple Rice is the signature dish of Thailand, normally served in a carved-out pineapple. But even served straight out of the wok, I find this to be one of the tastiest fried rice recipes I've ever tried. And it isn't difficult to make - this easy Thai recipe will have you cooking and enjoying this heavenly treat in no time.
This Thai Fried Rice Recipe is so simple to make and so delicious! It can be served either as a side dish or full course meal, and makes a terrific addition to any dinner party or pot luck. This special fried rice includes juicy pineapple and plump shrimp in addition to vegetables, plus a touch of sweetness (currents or raisins) and crunch (cashews) for a taste sensation in every bite. This is one of the signature dishes of Thailand. If you haven't tried it yet, you should!
In this easy fried rice recipe, fresh or frozen shrimp are quickly stir-fried with garlic and onions. Add the cooked rice, a couple of eggs, frozen peas, plus my own special Thai sauce, and you have a fried rice recipe that is sure to please everyone, even your kids. A great way to use leftover rice - and leftover roasted chicken can also be added if you have some taking up space in the refrigerator. Add chili (or chili sauce) if you like it spicy.