September 25, 2015

BERRY CHOPS: Shrimp Fried Rice Recipe by Cakes

Hello there!

Today I have a different kinda post. Let me know if you like it and would like me to feature more of these :)

I know I've mentioned that Cakes cooks better than me - well, I wash dishes waaaaaaaaaaay better than him, so whatever. Anyways, a lot of times, he gets in a cooking zone and kicks me out of the kitchen. One such day, he decided to make shrimp fried rice, which I must tell you was sooooooooooo good! He was nice enough to share the steps he used, so enjoy :)

shrimp fried rice recipe

Sawry I'm not a recipe writer, so bear with me.

1. Marinate chicken* and boil till tender, ensuring you have enough stock left over. The chicken was fried afterwards to accompany the rice.

shrimp fried rice recipe

2. Prepare rice (parboil if necessary), and boil in stock. Cakes uses curry, ginger, garlic, Knorr and salt for taste.
shrimp fried rice recipe

3. Prep your vegetables - Cakes diced carrots, green pepper, red and yellow bell peppers, red pepper, onions and spring onions. We didn't have green beans, or he would have added them.

shrimp fried rice recipe

shrimp fried rice recipe

4. Fry onions until translucent, then add the red pepper, then spring onions, then carrots and bell peppers.

shrimp fried rice recipe

shrimp fried rice recipe

shrimp fried rice recipe

shrimp fried rice recipe

5. When the vegetables are fried well, add your shrimps to the frying pan.

shrimp fried rice recipe

shrimp fried rice recipe

shrimp fried rice recipe

6. Season with curry, garlic, ginger, salt, Knorr, ground nutmeg and Allspice.

shrimp fried rice recipe

7. When the rice is boiled, pour in your fried veggies mix. You can also add canned peas, corn, and kidney beans.
8. Mix well et voila!

shrimp fried rice recipe

shrimp fried rice recipe

shrimp fried rice recipe

 I hope you liked the post and weren't hungry before reading :D

20 comments:

  1. I was hungry before reading and now I'm hungrier lol,great post,looking forward to more of it

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  2. Love it!

    More like Cakes Chops, please. With his own column and Cake Recipes, Tips and Tricks.

    YES YES YES!

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    1. Heeeeeeey, that's an idea! But sometimes I cook too now.

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  3. I am going to make my mum so proud of me with this recipe. Thank you for sharing Berry

    www.dleonalife.blogspot.com

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  4. Lol @ "Cakes cooks better than me - well, I wash dishes waaaaaaaaaaay better than him, so whatever"
    Thanks for sharing, will try this out and i'm sure Hubs will love it.

    P.s - First time on your blog. Love your style

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    1. Thank you so much!!!

      And I DO wash better.

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  5. thanks for sharing Berry...gonna try this on Sunday when the in-laws come over.

    looking forward to more...

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    1. Yay, I hope it turns out great. And I would ask you to send over some but erm, my diet.

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  6. Push over Berry, Cakes come thru!!!!! Yaaaaasssss!!!!!!

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  7. Awwwww, I want! But weightloss.lol.
    This can work in healthy ways too sha..

    And Berry, yay to starting a column on Cakes recipes :-)

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    1. You can try it with couscous!

      Lol, yay to Cakes Cooks!

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  8. Dang I'm hungry now. This looks really gooood.

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  9. Lovely recipe for fried rice, this is one of the best ways to make fried rice and it is simple too and yet so tasty. Well done to Cakes!!!

    www.wurassecrethair.blogspot.com

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    1. Thank you ma'am! Cakes says thanks as well :)

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