Quick Korean fried rice

When you have a few left overs in your fridge, don’t throw them away. Toss in some other fresh ingredients, use a bit of imagination and you could turn them into an awesome lunch! I had some korean pork neck and rice from last night. Had a craving for a fried rice so here you go, fried rice it is!


  • 1-2 bowls Rice
  • Some Pork neck (cut in small pieces)
  • 1 Green onion chopped
  • 1 Egg
  • Soy sauce
  • Water (a dash)
  • 1 tsp oil
  • Chopped kimchi (topping)

Method :

  1. Put oil in pan with medium high heat
  2. Add green onion, sauté a little about 30 second
  3. Crack your egg in pan in the green onion, stir the egg yolk and mix with egg white in pan directly
  4. once your egg turns from liquid to semi-liquid texture, then add rice, sauté a little, add a dash of water, it helps to cook through the rice to make it softer (see tip 1)
  5. add pork neck meat, add soy sauce to taste
  6. add some chopped kimchi for topping
  7. ready to serve


  1. This is my version of adding a dash of water in my fried rice. I found overnight or a few days old rice in fridge become a bit hard. A dash of water softens my rice and I like it that way. If you like crispy style and don’t mind of harder rice texture, no need to add water. If you cook for toddler, I will suggest you to try my version.



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