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This recipe came up only because I had some left over minced pork in the fridge and was scratching my head wondering what to cook with it, and I just could not find anything that used minced pork that I wanted to eat. So with heck with it, lets make it into some yummy fried rice. So it was born, what I call the anything fried rice.

A little hot steamy, woky bowl of fried rice. Featuring little bits of carrots, bean, crispy little nuggets of minced pork all surrounded by the warm comforting aromas of the work giving any good fried rice its signiture taste. Don't worry if you do not have a wok, a normal pan would work well as well... but you know, just a bit better with a wok.


  1. 6 Cups of Overnight Rice

  2. 250g of Minced Pork

  3. 100g of Long beans

  4. 1 White Onion

  5. 4 Cloves of Garlic

  6. 4 Eggs

  7. 1 Carrot

  8. 2tb of Fish Sauce

  9. 1ts of Light Soy Sauce

  10. 2ts of White Pepper


  1. Start by peeling and mincing your onions and garlic. Followed by pealing and chopping your carrots into small pieces.

  2. Wash and finely chop your long beans. Crack and beat up 4 eggs in a bowl.

  3. If you are using over night rice attempt to break down all the large chunks, this will save you a ton of time and hassle later on.

  4. In a wok or pan add in enough oil to cover the base and heat it up to high heat. You want your wok smoking.

  5. Once smoking hot add in your minced pork and fry till brown and almost crispy. Add in your onions, beans and carrots. Fry them for 2-3 minutes till the onions are fragrant and translucent.

  6. Add in your garlic and give it a good mix around.

  7. Create a little well in the center of your wok and add in your eggs. Let it cook for 30 seconds before mixing it up and breaking it apart.

  8. Add in your over night rice and keep on stirring.

  9. Season the whole thing with 2tb of fish sauce, 1ts of light soy sauce, 2ts of white pepper and salt to taste.

  10. Mix well and serve up.

Enjoy with some extra spring onions sprinkled on top.

Happy Cooking,

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