Gluten-Free Garlic Fried Rice
from My Trials in the Kitchen
3 cups of cooked Basmati Rice
4 tbsp of butter, divided
8 cloves of garlic (chopped finely), divided
4 eggs (beaten)
Salt and ground pepper to taste
chopped green onions for garnish
Melt 3 Tbsp butter in a large pan or wok. Add in 5 cloves of chopped garlic and stir until very fragrant and lightly golden.
While waiting for the butter and garlic to ready, add the beaten egg into on the white rice
and mix it well. Add in the rice which was mixed well with the beaten eggs. Toss, and then add salt and pepper. Toss some more.
In another small saucepan, melt 1 Tbsp butter and the rest of the chopped garlic. Saute until garlic is browned nicely.
Serve the rice garnished with some chopped scallions and browned garlic. I served mine with Blackened Salmon and it was a perfect pairing.
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such an amazing recipe and so simple too! I love this. BTW, I run a food blog called http://presentedbyp.blogspot.com/ where I post recipes. Feel free to come visit anytime! :)ReplyDelete
Garlic.....fried rice..... If I don't make this I'll be shot, or at least get very disappointed looks.ReplyDelete
Looks absolutely amazing. Your photos are really popping too.. that's hard to do with something so flat as rice. Great job!ReplyDelete
PS... Thank you so much for the shout out on your article the other day. I went over and looked at it and I was so excited and honored!! You're a great friend. :)
Yay... saw you got into foodgawker. I finally got a few in too after my new camera. I would suggest you submit this beautiful rice too. I think they will love it. :) Did you get a new camera.. editing software? I am still trying desperately to figure out my camera... sometimes my photos are great and sometimes not.ReplyDelete
Thank you Ramona!ReplyDelete
No, I still have the same software, and the same camera I got for christmas last year. It is a great camera, I am just taking time now to style the food more when I have time. I am not a fan of food styling. I love looking at it, but for me, I prefer to spend my time cooking. It is a necessary evil though.ReplyDelete