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Curry, pineapple, seafood fried “rice” I really like rice.. So realizing I can not have r…

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🍚 Curry, pineapple, seafood fried “rice”

I really like rice.. So realizing I can not have rice for Three months on this elimination weight loss program was devastating. Tonight I attempted betterthanfoods konjac “rice” and it positively seems to be the half and may trick my thoughts into considering I am consuming rice πŸ˜‚ are you able to consider all this rice is simply 30 energy?! In any case.. In the event you’re on a particular weight loss program than I might advocate this however in any other case it’s lacking the “rice style” (飯香) I really like so dearly..

In the event you’re not on a weight loss program, do that recipe with leftover rice from the fridge! Leftover rice is ideal for fried rice because it has dried out extra so it will not stick as simply as contemporary rice!

What you will want:
Rice / rice substitute
Seafood of your alternative (I used dried scallop, soaked, tiger shrimps, surf clam, scallop)
Pineapple, diced
Garlic, minced
Ginger, minced
Tumeric
Curry powder
Inexperienced onion, fried onion, tobiko garnish

Technique:
1. Stir fry ginger till aromatic then add garlic.
2. Add in seafood so as primarily based on cooking time (in my case, I began with dried scallop, then shrimp, scallop, surf clam).
3. Add in pineapple.
4. Season with salt, pepper, curry powder, and tumeric to style.
5. Stir in inexperienced onions and serve together with your toppings.

Notes:
I did not add measurements for something as a result of you possibly can simply add as a lot or as little elements as you need your fried rice to have. You should use it as a fridge clear out of random greens / leftover meat.

If you’re utilizing konjac rice, rinse the rice underneath chilly water 2 instances earlier than cooking!

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