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Chicken and Pineapple Fried Rice

Chicken and Pineapple Fried Rice
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Pineapple is great in Asian cooking, such as the Thai shrimp and pineapple curry recipe I shared last week. Today, I am going to show you how to make a delicious chicken and pineapple fried rice. I am sure everyone here has had Chinese fried rice as it’s one of the most popular Chinese recipe. With the addition of pineapple, the regular chicken fried rice becomes so much more interesting, and delicious, because of the sweet tang of the pineapple. It also helps to make the fried rice tastes less greasy as every bite is bursting with the freshness of the pineapple.

What I love most about this chicken and pineapple fried rice is the slightly caramelized taste of the pineapple, after stir-frying in the wok. While the pineapple still tastes fresh and juicy, there is a little something as the sweetness is slightly caramelized. It’s just delightful.

Chicken and Pineapple Fried Rice

Many people ask me about overnight rice. Put simply, it’s just basically rice from yesterday. As the rice loses the moisture content, it’s perfect for fried rice so every single bit of rice is drier so your fried rice won’t be mushy and “wet.” Whenever I go out to Chinese restaurants, I always ask for an extra serving of rice so I can just pack it back and keep in the fridge overnight. The next day, I have the perfect overnight rice for my fried rice. It’s so easy and you don’t even have to make steamed rice.

Anyway, here is my chicken and pineapple fried rice recipe. I have a similar version of Thai pineapple fried rice if you are interested to check it out.

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  1. I just posted a fried rice recipe earlier this week too. Curry fried rice. I’ve been wanting to use pineapples in my fried rice and maybe I should do a tom yam Thai version like you did! Thanks for the inspiration.

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