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Homestyle fried rice is the epitome of comfort food because it normally includes our own favourite items. This version reminds me of how mum used to do it by first pounding the dried shrimp and chili to bring all the flavours together. You can use a heavy rolling pin in a mixing bowl. Serves 6. Recipe by Mervyn Phan.
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Ingredients: 6 cups cooked rice, left overnight in the fridge; 4 tablespoons canola oil; 50g dried shrimp; 1 handful dried chili, cut to small pieces; 6 cloves garlic, minced; 10g chopped spring onion; ½ tablespoon soya sauce; 1 teaspoon white pepper powder.
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