Fried rice

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Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • Fried rice — Typical Chinese fried rice Traditional Chinese 炒飯 Simplified Chinese …   Wikipedia

  • fried rice — noun boiled rice mixed with scallions and minced pork or shrimp and quickly scrambled with eggs • Syn: ↑Chinese fried rice • Hypernyms: ↑dish * * * noun [noncount] chiefly US : a dish of rice that is cooked and then fried with soy sauce and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • fried rice — /fraɪd ˈraɪs/ (say fruyd ruys) noun a dish of Chinese origin in which cooked rice is fried in oil, usually seasoned with soy sauce, and garnished with onion, barbecued pork, pieces of cooked egg, etc. {translation of Mandarin (dàn) chăo fán fried …   Australian English dictionary

  • fried rice — rice that has been cooked over direct heat with fat …   English contemporary dictionary

  • fried rice — noun Date: 1958 a dish of boiled or steamed rice that is stir fried with soy sauce and typically includes beaten egg and chopped meat and vegetables …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • fried rice — noun Any of very many forms of rice that has been first cooked by boiling and is then stir fried with other ingredients …   Wiktionary

  • fried rice — Australian Slang the price …   English dialects glossary

  • ghetto\ Fried\ Rice — Fried rice made with hot dogs or bacon and without veggies. Usually made by poor college students. After we got back from the bar, Debbie made us some ghetto fried rice …   Dictionary of american slang

  • American fried rice — (Thai: ข้าวผัดอเมริกัน, RTGS: khao phat amerikan, IPA: [kʰâːw pʰàt ʔameːrikan]; Malay: Nasi Goreng USA) is a Thai fried rice dish with American side ingredients like …   Wikipedia

  • Thai fried rice — (Thai: ข้าวผัด, Khao Pad or Khao Phad ) is a variety of Fried rice that is prepared in the style of central Thai cuisine. In Thai khao is rice) + pad (of or relating to being stir fried). One of the ways the dish differs from Chinese fried rice… …   Wikipedia

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