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Korean " Oma" Fried Rice With Egg Topping

4 cups white rice, prepared and cooked
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
2 -3 tablespoons soy sauce (if dark use only 2)
3 stalks green onions, trim roots & mince (reserve about 1/2 tsp for egg topping)
12 cup bean sprouts
10 mushrooms, chopped
cooked beef or cooked pork or cooked chicken
zucchini or potatoes, pieces or peas
cabbage kimchi, if you like too
2 eggs, beaten
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 teaspoon toasted sesame seeds
1 teaspoon sesame seed oil
12 teaspoon green onion, you reserved
1 pinch salt
1 pinch pepper
bits of roasted kombu seaweed (or any type of laver)
red pepper flakes


Rice:. In pan, add oil, vegetables, meat, rice and any other additional leftover ingredients you choose. Cook for about 5-7 minutes on medium-high heat stirring and covered the last 3 minutes on medium-low heat. Add soy sauce at the end to preserve taste and benefits of soy sauce and remove from heat. Mound it on a plate and place to the side. Egg Topping:. Place vegetable oil in a small frying pan and spread around well so that it covers the entire pan. On low heat slowly put beaten eggs in pan. Cook like you would an omelet without folding (nice and happy, flat eggy) Make sure it is thoroughly cooked. When egg is cooked flip the egg onto the fried rice and drizzle on the sesame oil. Sesame oil has more healthy benefits when it's not cooked. Add the following the sesame seeds, green onions plus if you choose, crumbled roasted seaweed, pinch of red pepper flakes. Salt and pepper to taste and eat up while hot! My dad and brother would of course cover this all with ketchup if it didn't have the kimchee while my mom would use her hot pepper paste. I just liked mine plain. =P. You can use the egg topping method for the entire plate of rice or make individual egg toppings for each person.

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