What to serve with chicken fried rice?!


Question: What to serve with chicken fried rice!?
I have leftover homemade chicken fried rice from last night, but only enough as a side dish!. I can't think of anything right now that would go well with it!. I have more chicken breasts and pork chops, any ideas!?!?!?Www@FoodAQ@Com


Answers:
This is my favorite chicken recipe
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Make Lemon Chicken to go w/ it! YUM!


Lemon Chicken

3 boneless chicken breast halves, sliced across the grain in thin slices

Marinade:
1 tsp!. sherry
1 tsp!. lite soy sauce
? tsp!. salt
1 Tbsp!. cornstarch
? egg, beaten
Pinch of white pepper

Flour to dredge
? cup veg!. oil

Sauce:
1 Tbsp!. rice wine
? tsp!. minced garlic
1 Tbsp!. sherry
1? Tbsp!. sugar
? tsp!. salt
1 Tbsp!. vinegar
1 cup water
? Tbsp!. veg!. oil
? tsp!. hot pepper oil
Juice and of 1 lemon

rind of 1 lemon (no white part)
2 slices fresh ginger (1/8” x ?”)

2 tsp!. cornstarch mixed with 2 Tbsp!. cold water

Combine marinade ingredients and pour over chicken pieces, let sit for 20 minutes!. Coat chicken w/ flour!. Heat wok or heavy skillet and add ? cup veg!. oil!. Fry chicken until both sides are golden brown!. Add 1 Tbsp!. rice wine to chicken and cover briefly to steam flavor in!. Remove chicken from pan!.

Combine 10 sauce ingredients, except cornstarch and water!. Reheat pan, add garlic and simmer a few seconds!. Add sauce ingredients and stir well!. Add lemon rind and ginger!. When mixture comes to a boil, whisk in the cornstarch and water mixture!. When thickened remove lemon rind and ginger!. Serve sauce over cooked chicken, along with steamed rice!.

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I probably am not answering your question exactly!. You can still make it a main dish and add a salad, black beans or black bean dip, potato chips and jello with ice-cream!. That is an everyday type plate in Costa Rica and the salad is grated cabbage, carrots, sweet bell peppers and tomatoes!. It is not fancy but is satisfying!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

NO! I love fried rice, I want to pig out on it!. When you think about fried rice it seems to be all Chinese or Asian dishes in a theme!. any way I do like fried pork chops and a salad!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

2 ideas:
Serve with egg rolls
or fry an egg (over easy or medium) and serve it on top of the rice (it is delicious!)Www@FoodAQ@Com

To go with the fried rice, I think chicken teriyaki sounds good along with sauteed green beans with ginger and soy sauce!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Slather the chicken or pork with some sweet and sour sauce and bake it or grill it if you can!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Make curry rice rolls and serve with sausages, fish and chips!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

I don't know about chicken fried rice!.This is very popular in my Country!.

Wild Penis Stew!.

1 pound of penis, ram's or bull's
3 tbls!. oil
1 large chopped onion
2 garlic cloves, peeled and chopped
1 tsp coriander seeds, crushed
1 tsp salt
freshly ground black pepper

Scald the penis, then drain and clean (doesn't say how you clean a penis!. Not sure a guy would know since this penis is, well !. !. !. never mind)!.
Place the penis in a saucepan, cover with cold water, and bring to a boil!.
Remove any scum, then simmer for 10 minutes!.
Drain and slice!.
Heat the oil in a large skillet!.
Add the onion, garlic, and coriander and fry until the onion is golden!.
Add the penis slices and fry on both sides for a few minutes!.
Stir in the remaining ingredients with a good grinding of pepper, add enough water to cover, and bring to a boil!.
Lower the heat, cover, and simmer for about 2 hours, or until tender!.
Add a little water from time to time if necessary to prevent burning!.

The ladies say this was originally a Jewish recipe from Marcelle Thomal!.
Apparently innards, including penis, once played a major role in Jewish cooking!.

This recipe is taken from The Two Fat Ladies, Full Throttle by Clarissa Dickson and Jennifer Paterson!. New York, Clarkson Potter, c1998Www@FoodAQ@Com





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