I could have sworn that I’ve posted this recipe before, but I’ve searched through my archives and I can’t find it. Maybe I composed it in my head, but then never actually sat down and typed it in. I do that all the time. I come up with these fabulously witty posts, usually while in the shower, and then I never get around to posting them. You’ll just have to take my word for it, they are incredibly fabulous and witty.
Back to Pork Fried Rice. I love fried rice, and have tried lots of recipes, and once I found this one, I never looked at another fried rice recipe again. I lied, I did look at other recipes, but why switch when you’ve had the best? This recipe is modified from the Pork Fried Rice recipe in Some Like It Hot: Spicy Favorites From The World’s Hot Zones by Clifford A. Wright. This book is amazing if you like hot foods. It’s even amazing if you don’t like hot foods. You can take the recipe for Pork Fried Rice, which calls for 1/2 cup of thinly sliced red chiles and modify it like I did to only use as much as as you can handle, which in my case is a wimpy 2 red chiles!
I have revisited this post and moved the recipe to a more recent post: Spicy Thai Pork Fried Rice.