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I tried to clean out my freezer and found my favorite sweet Chinese pork sausage “Gun Chiang” (กุนเชียง). It is different from regular Chinese pork sausage because it’s sweeter, leaner and less salty.
You can use Gun Chiang in all sorts of Thai-Chinese fusion dishes. I like to use these pork sausages in fried rice. I used brown and red rice in this dish. These kinds of rice are naturally rich in in flavor and really stand up to the strong sausage taste.
I do not need to add much in the way of seasonings to make this dish work. All I put in this fried rice dish are egg, cherry tomato, onion, scallion and serve with lime wedges.
I made Thai fried rice couple days ago from a bunch of leftover stuff in the fridge. I used white rice, chicken, egg, tomatoes, onion, lime and scallion.
This is one of my husband’s favorite menus. Thai Traditional fried rice is simple and delicious just the way it is.
Tip: the perfect rice to cook fried rice is leftover rice from the day before. Refrigerate and you can use it the next day for wonderful fried rice. I’ll update the recipe later, but let’s just say for now that you can substitute the main ingredient to be pork or crab and it’ll be an easy-to-make and tasty treat 🙂