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Fried rice is so simple to make and can be so versatile! Duck brings this fried rice to a whole new level!
In a large wok or deep nonstick skillet, heat the oil over medium heat. Add the onion, red pepper flakes, salt and pepper and cook for about 3 minutes until the onion aroma begins to fill the air. At this point add in the bok choy, carrots and edamame. Cook for 5 minutes more, then add the ground ginger, sesame oil and a ½ tablespoon of the Sriracha. Cook on medium heat until the vegetables are still crunchy but tender enough to eat, about 5 minutes more.
Add the garlic and the duck meat. While consistently stirring (or tossing), continue to cook the ingredients for 2-3 minutes more. Add the rice, remaining ½ tablespoon of Sriracha, and the soy sauce (or tamari) and toss to combine until all is completely incorporated. Season with salt and pepper to taste if needed.
Transfer to a serving dish and cover while you prepare your eggs. Top each portion of the fried rice with an egg and garnish with the scallions. Serve hot and enjoy!
I’ve found that almost everyone has their own way of making rice. In my rice cooking method, I first soak the rice, then drain it and then toast the rice along with spices until it’s fragrantly nutty. To accentuate the nutty flavor in this recipe, I add toasted sesame seeds and toasted coconut, which is a fun twist on a classic pot of rice.
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