Fried Rice | Basics with Babish

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  • 게시일 2018. 12. 27.
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    Fried rice is incredibly easy to make and can be tweaked a thousand different ways to clean out your fridge or assuage the picky eater in your life. If your resolution is to get cooking more in 2019, this is a great place to start.
    + Ingredients & Shopping List:
    4.5 cups cooked and chilled white rice
    Vegetable oil
    2 eggs, beaten
    Shrimp (or protein of your choice)
    1/2 cup shiitake mushrooms, chopped
    1/2 cup frozen peas
    1 cup chopped ham
    2 cloves garlic, crushed
    3 Tbsp oyster sauce
    3 Tbsp soy sauce
    Scallions, thinly sliced
    Sesame seeds
    1 Tbsp butter
    + Special Equipment:
    Wide nonstick pan
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  • Adnan Bhuiyan .
    Adnan Bhuiyan . 13 시간 전

    Can you make something from” young sheldon“ or “Big Bang thery”

  • OutPut
    OutPut 일 전

    Side note: If you prefer to have your fried rice be a little crispy, dont add in the soy sauce or that other sauce he put it in. Just cook everything in vegetable oil.

  • Michael Anuszek
    Michael Anuszek 2 일 전

    Ive been making fried rice since i was 10, even had a “buisness” out of my dormroom selling fried rice to lots of drunk people on the weekends.

  • Matt B
    Matt B 2 일 전

    This would be better if you didnt sellout so hard to blue apron...

  • Jami LaPrice
    Jami LaPrice 2 일 전

    Thank you hallelujah lord jesus for the tip about rinsing and baking the rice. I've been through hell and high water trying to come up with the perfect measurements and scientific experiments for the perfect rice.🍚 How long do you generally boil it for?

  • Wyatt Riley
    Wyatt Riley 2 일 전

    Looks good but butter is not the most important ingredient I'm disappointed in you banish. The very most important ingredient for good fried rice is sesame oil. You will not get authentic tasting fried rice without sesame oil just make sure to not use a lot because its very strong

  • Swanay Mohanty
    Swanay Mohanty 2 일 전

    mine has cabbages and carrots replacing Ham

  • Jay Don
    Jay Don 3 일 전

    Dude how much?
    -I said a GLUG!!!

  • David R.
    David R. 4 일 전 +5

    3:25 Andrew discovers he has the ability to teleport

  • 王晴
    王晴 4 일 전

    Can't believe you used non-stick pan when you have an actual wok. You think 1000 years ago when the Chinese are making fried rice they have non-stick pan? Also NOBODY put mushrooms in fried rice.

  • Yoh Kenshiro
    Yoh Kenshiro 4 일 전

    Is it ok if I don't have oyster sauce?

  • Nicholas Patton
    Nicholas Patton 6 일 전

    Had to subscribe after the "frozen pea vibe" comment

  • tony nicoletti
    tony nicoletti 6 일 전

    Damn dude, youre usually spot on as far as internet cooks go but not like those hacks at "tasty" or similar sites... no ginger, or onions or carrots. But you put ham cubes in shrimp fried rice? No sesame oil ? Thats fried rice but not Chinese takeout style

  • wandererlidia
    wandererlidia 6 일 전

    *sticks chopsticks into the rice*

    Asians: ......

  • Akash Tarafder
    Akash Tarafder 7 일 전

    Butter, ew

  • Matt K
    Matt K 12 일 전

    You: specially planned toppings for rice
    Me, an asian: *gets rice and puts random stuff that i think goes well together*
    Btw bacon, eggs, scallions, carrots, onions and potatoes make for a gr8 meal, also with freshly ground pepper and *KOSHER* salt with a spoonful od soy sauce

  • Garrett Henderson-Tjarks

    Sometimes it's called "must goes" rice. Whatever you have in the fridge that must go, just toss it in with the rice.

  • Jodie Garner
    Jodie Garner 18 일 전

    This is about how I make fried rice but I never get it all crispy and fried like the restaurants do. Even copying this video exactly, the taste comes from the additions, not the actual frying of the rice. I've tried cooking exclusively with high heat, doubling the time on high heat, leaving it without stirring for 3-5 mins, nothing works. I can get a fried crust on the bottom layer but not all the grains golden like they should be. Anyone have advice?

  • Siyao Wu
    Siyao Wu 19 일 전 +1

    butter in fried rice? As a Chinese I'm both offended and excited!!

  • AimanAshraff215
    AimanAshraff215 21 일 전

    So... You eat fried rice with.... chopsticks? Its okay. At least you did not eat it with fork. That's a no2 for us in SEA

  • Silver E
    Silver E 21 일 전

    When you say bake do you mean putting it in a oven

    • Nabeel H.Jee
      Nabeel H.Jee 10 일 전

      Yes to bake is to put the rice on the oven to cook

  • Broockle
    Broockle 22 일 전 +12

    *Cooks Eggs
    "Then add the protein of your choice"
    *Adds Shrimps
    *Then proceeds to add more protein in the form of mushrooms and ham.....
    This guy likes his protes

    • Viet Trung La
      Viet Trung La 일 전

      Darryl Lazakar nah man, if he wants Akihiko to be proud he needs to replace all dry seasoning with protein power and all liquid seasoning with gravy/meat juice

    • Darryl Lazakar
      Darryl Lazakar 19 일 전 +1

      Akihiko Sanada would be proud 😂

  • Michael Mcdowell
    Michael Mcdowell 22 일 전

    Tail on shrimp? What is wrong with u people😶

    • Michael Mcdowell
      Michael Mcdowell 18 일 전

      @Lorn Warbler also I eat the meat lodged in the tail, just dont like the chitin or whatever that is

    • Michael Mcdowell
      Michael Mcdowell 18 일 전

      @Lorn Warbler maybe as flavoring for soup but texture is something that can make food appealing or not; I throw away stale cereal and crackers even though they are perfectly edible but I'm not keeping it unless having food is a big issue at that time

    • Lorn Warbler
      Lorn Warbler 18 일 전

      Don't tell me you just throw it away, it's prefectly edible

  • Shreedhar Todkar
    Shreedhar Todkar 22 일 전

    _No salt and pepper?_
    **sad Kosher salt noises**

  • nyis
    nyis 23 일 전

    where's the Kecap?!?!?

  • Ben Jenkins
    Ben Jenkins 26 일 전

    Babish make king pao

    • Ben Jenkins
      Ben Jenkins 26 일 전

      U gotta burn the shit out of peppers before u cook the veggies

  • Waver Lam
    Waver Lam 26 일 전

    Err... not to be rude or anything, but you're not suppose to stick your chopstick into the rice like that. We (as in Chinese people) only use this method for when we're paying respect to the ones that are not here anymore and yaa...
    Again, I'm not trying to be rude. here.

  • BimBim
    BimBim 27 일 전 +4

    Lovely fried rice, but last time I use that frying pan size, my fried rice just falls everywhere, it was too small for me... I just stick to my curvy wok

  • Warren305
    Warren305 28 일 전

    Sesame oil bro

  • medrict
    medrict 29 일 전

    I'm sorry but peas are just a NO GO

  • Ken
    Ken 개월 전

    Am I the only one who fricking hates peas on any food??

  • Kevin Spolarich
    Kevin Spolarich 개월 전 +1

    Blue apron has ingredients I can pronounce? I'll pronounce sodium bicarbonate and soy lecithin all day before I figure out hoisin sauce and ras el hanout.

  • Oscar Ricky
    Oscar Ricky 개월 전

    You dont have to use leftover rice for a fried rice, and to put a cooked rice to the fridge is disgusting

    SPOOKS 개월 전 +6

    my right ear really enjoyed the announcement that the dish was complete

    LIZZIE SANGI Sangi 개월 전

    My rice is always made on the stove top in Corningware, with glass lid. Never instant rice. NEVER is it gummy, sticky or any of the nasty adjectives you used for stove top made rice. CAROLINA brand rice is what I use, NON GMO!!

  • AJJ29
    AJJ29 개월 전 +8

    It always kind of blows my mind he doesn’t have a rice cooker

    • MrBusta
      MrBusta 7 일 전

      Who dafuq uses a rice cooker. What happened to old fashioned boiling/steaming?

  • ident42
    ident42 개월 전 +4

    I hate it when people leave the tail shells on shrimp.

  • Lindsey Simmer
    Lindsey Simmer 개월 전

    Damn that looks delicious

  • asamvav
    asamvav 개월 전

    Salt? Sugar? MSG??

  • Ivan Ooze
    Ivan Ooze 개월 전

    Blue apron, wears blue shirt and black apron

  • Keith R
    Keith R 개월 전

    I didn't see you fry any of the rice bro! Chinese type version, very close to most master sauces used in Chinese restaurants. I prefer Thai fried rice. Replace oyster sauce with fish sauce, add lime juice and dash of sugar. Try it before you add things to lubricate and definitely before the butter. Soy sauce will kill off any fishy taste. Then don't use salt, the fish sauce does that. Now I am going to try the sesame seed thing, for yea I like them and the texture lol.
    If you buy bulk overseas rice 20'lb bags, then DO NOT use such a thing to rinse the rice. You want to use a bowl, so anything like bugs or other containment's float, so you can remove them, they wont remove using a strainer. If buying a high dollar rice brand, this wont matter.

  • Keith R
    Keith R 개월 전

    I am waaaay to picky with food I buy, to allow some random person to choose it for me.

  • crunchy boi
    crunchy boi 개월 전 +3

    shoutout to the poor bastards that actually inspected EVERY cube of ham

  • rafaelunplugged
    rafaelunplugged 개월 전

    Try soaking your rice for six+ hours in water too 😏

  • flamingo Reagan
    flamingo Reagan 개월 전 +1

    Is it just me or did he just talk in left ear at the end

  • Battery Level Low
    Battery Level Low 개월 전

    I came for the intro, I stayed for the rice facts

  • Jim Zh
    Jim Zh 개월 전

    This is an American fried rice

  • William Ying
    William Ying 개월 전

    Definitely not authentic; it might be good though.

    WHY SO SERIOUS ? 개월 전

    A bit salt would do .

  • Joshua Nussbaum
    Joshua Nussbaum 개월 전 +1

    what was with the random hard panned left vocal near the end

  • nongthip
    nongthip 개월 전

    I've run two restaurants in Thailand over the past 10 years, and there is no way you put butter in fried rice.

  • DJ Jongle
    DJ Jongle 개월 전 +13

    Butter in fried rice, cottage cheese in lasagna, homeboy needs to be stopped.

  • Jeffrey Knowles
    Jeffrey Knowles 개월 전

    I also use my wok in my big green egg grill. Plenty of space and the heat gets all around it.

  • Jack Seifer
    Jack Seifer 개월 전

    Instead of butter use sesame oil for intense asian flavor

  • Stephen Bunn
    Stephen Bunn 개월 전

    Of course the white guy added butter to rice

  • Skyler Parsley
    Skyler Parsley 개월 전

    Made this last night bro it was delicious and hella easy, adding some hot sesame oil and bacon kicks it way up tho

  • GordWayne
    GordWayne 개월 전

    And now blue apron is worthless :(

  • Ben
    Ben 개월 전 +1

    So you use leftover rice.... that explains a lot.... I tried it with freshly cooked rice and it was a disaster.

    • Hansel Law
      Hansel Law 개월 전

      Literally the only trick. Oh and make sure to stir tf out of it. The more you yeet it the better the whole affair gets.

  • nimay13
    nimay13 개월 전

    For a "Basics" tutorial. This isn't basic at all. A basic fried rice just contain:
    - oil
    - garlic, shallot
    - mixed veggies
    - egg
    - left over rice
    That's it. Season as needed.

  • deformedmagicuser
    deformedmagicuser 개월 전

    You ever tried making teppanyaki/Japanese-style fried rice, like the ones you see at Benihana or other teppanyaki-style restaurant? It's all about that butter and garlic combo in the beginning.