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Monday, September 05, 2005

Yang Chow Fried Rice, Vietnamese Style

I've lost track of the number of Oriental restaurants that I've had Yang Chow Fried Rice in. There is, however, a distinct difference in style between this dish in Chinese restaurants and in Vietnamese restaurants. In the former, it tends to be more like fried rice. The Vietnamese style is closer to steamed rice. The veggies are lightly stir-fried, then the steamed rice is added last, tossed a few times to mix up the ingredients, and voila, a rib-sticking, orally-satisfying meal. Different restaurants put in different meats. My dinner companion, young David the Wine Guy, selected Yang Chow Fried Rice with Chicken, pictured above.

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