Uncle Roger Actually Likes A Fried Rice Dish??? | Next Level Kitchen

Fried rice in a pan or wok? Both! We got you covered. 's co-mentors Richard Blais and take your day-old rice to the next level with two amazing fried rice . Richard uses a wok to cook us Chinese inspired fried rice while Nyesha brings us Korean inspired fried rice in a pan. However will Approve?

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* Nyesha's * * Kimchi * * Fried * * Rice *.
_ Makes _ _ 2 _ _ servings _.
2 tablespoons grapeseed oil.
1 fresno chile, minced.
4 ounces Chinese sausage, diced.
2 cloves garlic.
1 1-inch piece ginger, peeled.
2 cups remaining rice.
2 tablespoons soy sauce.
1 tablespoon sesame oil.
2 teaspoons fish sauce.
1/2 cup kimchi.
1 lot scallions, sliced.

* Fried * * Egg *.
1 tablespoon grapeseed oil.
2 eggs.
Kosher salt.
Freshly ground black pepper.

1. Make the fried rice: In a large frying pan over medium heat, include the oil. As soon as the oil is glittering, add the chile and sausage. Grate the garlic and ginger into the pan and stir to integrate. Let the mixture cook until the sausage just starts to caramelize.

2. Move the aromatics to one side of the pan. Add the rice to the open area and carefully flatten to fill the pan. Increase the heat to medium high.

3. Let the rice cook until it starts to pop, then drizzle in the soy sauce, sesame oil and fish sauce. Include the kimchi and blend everything together, rapidly shaking the pan to make certain everything is well incorporated.

4. Fry the egg: In a small frying pan over medium high heat, include the oil. As soon as the oil is shimmering, add the eggs and season with salt and pepper. Let the egg fry until the whites are set.

5. Add 1/2 of the scallions to the rice and toss to integrate.

6. Plate the rice with the egg on top and finish with the remaining scallions.

* Richard's * * Chinese * * Motivated * * Fried * * Rice *.
_ Makes _ _ 2 _ _ servings _.
4 tablespoons sesame oil, divided.
1 small carrot, grated.
1 pound prawns, peeled and deveined, diced.
2 big cloves garlic, chopped.
1 1-inch piece fresh ginger, peeled and grated.
1 fresno chile, minced.
1 bunch scallions, greens sliced.
2 cups remaining rice.
1/4 cup frozen peas.
2 large eggs, blended.
Kosher salt.
2 tablespoons soy sauce.
Chili oil, for serving.

1. Location a wok or big skillet over medium high heat. 2 tablespoons sesame oil to the pan and once it is smoking cigarettes, add the carrot, prawns, garlic, ginger, chile and 1/2 of the scallions. Toss the mixture while and let prepare until the prawns begin to turn pink.

2. Add the rice and peas to the pan and toss to integrate. Gently spread the mix to the sides of the wok, leaving a void in the center.

3. Include the eggs to the center of the pan and season with salt. Utilize a rubber spatula or wood spoon to assist bring the mix together and prepare the eggs fully.

4. Drizzle the soy sauce over the rice and toss to combine.

5. Plate the rice and surface with the staying scallions. Serve with your favorite chili oil.

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    1. he did reclaim his title when they met recently but WE NEED AN OFFICIAL PROOF GORDON

  1. I really love the dynamic between these two chefs they’re really happy and passionate about what they do and it really comes through in the way they talk how they teach and how they cook

  2. How didn’t uncle Roger see that a metal spoon was used on a non stick pan 🤣

    1. This particular nonstick pan is designed so you can use metal utensils on it

  3. Seeing Uncle Roger in the thumbnail was what drew me to watch this episode. Excellent dishes and critique.

  4. Uncle Roger has more than officially made it! Good on you, Nigel! 👏👏👏

    1. @Andrew Fung I’m aware… I mean to see him get recognition on Gordon’s channel is awesome. I’ve been a long time fan of Nigel.

  5. you know you’ve made it when you have uncle roger’s seal of approval.

  6. Uncle Roger doesn’t like too many ingredients I don’t think he will be too fused 😝😉👍

  7. I saw too many Uncle Roger triggers in there! 😂😂😂😂 Hope he’s going to do a full review of this video!

  8. Ridiculous remark from Uncle Roger. Peas, carrots (diced), green beans (chopped) into fried rice is amazing. They’re just about the only veggie related ingredients that fit into fried rice. My mother would make an amazing Korean fried rice. Day old rice, bulgogi, egg, and balanced amount of veggies (We need some fiber especially for carb heavy meals). And kimchi is commonly added to certain bibimbap and technically fried rice but imo, just add it after as a side dish.

    1. He just hates vegetables. Vegetables taste like sad. If you want vegetables, go eat a salad.

    2. Peas in fried rice- Every time you bite into one, it’s like a bug exploding and guts coming out in your mouth. Very unpleasant with all the delicate textures in good fried rice.

  9. Uncle Rodger is going to make a new video very soon and will be putting his leg down 😆

  10. 볶음밥은 간단하고 쉽지만 모든 영양소가 다 들어간 훌륭한 요리에요^^

    1. Uncle Roger I’ve found a new love for MSG. What’s a good brand I can pick up at my local Asian grocery store? Love from Detroit Michigan Hiyaa!

  11. Love the Uncle Roger critique at the end. Never thought of kimchi in the fried rice, now I have to try it.

  12. Gordon you should do a video with Uncle Roger! What a great video that would be. Love from the East Coast !

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