Pineapple Fried Rice

Pineapple Fried Rice

Ready in 45 minutes
3 review(s) averaging 4.7. 100% would make again

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A Thai Style Fried Rice with pineapples. Yummilicious! Good enough to eat it on its own.

"Traditional Thai rices are mainstays in our household because my wife and I are in Thailand a couple times a year for diving. Making sure the rice is cold before using it seems to make a difference. Mixing in crushed cashew nuts adds to the different textures in your mouth. You can use chicken, pork, or shrimp (love using shrimp). You won't need the sugar if you're using raisins. Also, topping with pork floss is a must! This is a great recipe when presented in a large pineapple.
Love it! Thank you. "

- mapglobal2

Ingredients

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1 cup of white rice; cooked
0.25 cup pineapple; cut into small cubes
1 tbsp oil
cubes
1 tbsp Butter
0.25 tsp curry powder
cubes
0.5 red onion; chopped coarsely
2 tbsp raisins
0.5 tsp Sugar
1 tbsp light soya sauce

Original recipe makes 2

Servings  

Preparation

Heat oil in wok & add in the sausages. Stir fry for a minute & dish up. Set aside.

Add the butter & curry powder to the wok and fry till fragrant.

Add the cooked rice & mix well.

Add the rest of the ingredients & stir fry for a few minutes.

Add seasoning & mix well. Dish up & serve the pineapple rice in the hollow out pineapple.

Top the pineapple fried rice with some pork floss if desired. (I did!)

Enjoy your pineapple fried rice!

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Thai Pineapple Fried Rice served in a pineapple photo by Cookiss Cookiss

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Traditional Thai rices are mainstays in our household because my wife and I are in Thailand a couple times a year for diving. Making sure the rice is cold before using it seems to make a difference. Mixing in crushed cashew nuts adds to the different textures in your mouth. You can use chicken, pork, or shrimp (love using shrimp). You won't need the sugar if you're using raisins. Also, topping with pork floss is a must! This is a great recipe when presented in a large pineapple. Love it! Thank you.
mapglobal2 5 months ago
Have made this a couple of times. It could just be the app version, but two ingredients are only partially listed- chopped sausages (given the vegetarian description I assume they're vegetarian ones) and one mystery ingredient. It's a hit in our house, and adapts very well to a variety of fruits and sausages.
Scukrowicz 2 years ago
For a more impressive presentation, cut a fresh pineapple lengthwise in halves. Remove the flesh & hollow out the pineapple. Keeping some for the pineapple flesh for the fried rice. You can keep the rest for other uses. [I posted this recipe.]
Cookiss 4 years ago
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