Yep, it's pink fried rice! How cute is this! I remember my mom used to cook this for me when I was a little boy trying to trick me to eat veggie mixed in the fried rice. I adapted her recipe a bit to create my very own signature dish. Try it, it's yummy! You will find out what makes it pink!
Heat a frying pan on a medium heat. Add oil and garlic. Stir until the garlic becomes yellow and releases its aroma.
Add pork and mix with the garlic until almost cooked (over cook the pork will make the texture very hard and not very nice to eat).
Break the egg in the middle of the pan. Let it sit until the egg almost cooked then mix it all together.
Add rice and the Yen Ta Fo paste. This is usually a key ingredient for a Yen Ta Fo Thai noodle soup. It tastes like sweet and sour sauce. Combine all ingredients together. Then add spring onion and onion in. Stir until well combined.
Add the Chinese pork sausages.
Nutritional analysis per serving (6 servings)
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