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Old 07-13-2011, 08:38 PM
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This is from Jim Chee's cookbook. He said he made it all the time as a kid to have as an after-school snack (imagine today's American kids having that as an after-school snack?)

Anyway, I LOVE this stuff! I make rice just to have it! It's one of those things that I take a forkful of, every time I go in the fridge.

Take cooked rice, add a splash of veg or canola oil (not olive oil, it's too strong a flavor), add a couple of splashes of soy sauce, and chopped scallions.

I could eat a whole 2 cups of this!

I adore long grain white rice, butter and salt as a side dish, but in my effort to eat healthier, I make this and have it at room temp, or even cold.

And I use brown rice.

Add anything you want to it, to make a nice summer salad dish.

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Looks good.

My son and his best friend used to go through a gallon of Kimchee in a few weeks as an after school snack. Imagine that.
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Nice looking plate of food Lee! I'd gobble it up!
Funny how some dishes with such few ingredients can taste SOOOOO yummy!
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Oh I think that would be real tasty! Thanks for sharing! Your plate looks delicious!
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I love dishes like this. The kids actually enjoying eating leftover rice just reheated with soy sauce....and think it's "fancy" if I had chives to the top, ha!
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