Chow Fun (Fan)
Definitely a five star recipe. I used salami instead of ham, because that was all I had at the moment, and it came out delicious. If you are a big fan of Chinese food and would't mind cooking in your own kitchen, you should give it a go. By the way, chow fan (fun) is how Chinese say fried rice. Happy Cooking :)
chicken breast halves, boneless, skinless
soy sauce, tamari
snow pea pods
Cut boned chicken into ½ squares; place in a bowl and sprinkle with half the garlic salt, half the sherry and half the cornstarch.
Cut the peeled shrimp into pieces 1 inch long.
Put them in a bowl with the rest of the garlic salt, sherry and cornstarch.
Heat 2 tablespoon oil over high heat in a wok or large pan.
Add onions and celery and stir-fry for 2 minutes.
Add soy sauce; reduce heat to medium, cover and steam one minute.
Add mushrooms, cover and steam 2 more minutes.
Remove mixture to a large bowl.
Add remaining oil to wok, reduce heat to low and add ginger and garlic.
Brown lightly, stirring constantly to avoid burning.
Add chicken and shrimp.
Stir-fry two minutes, or until shrimp are pink and opaque.
Add cooked rice, onion mixture and ham.
Stir until hot.
Remove from heat, put into a storage container and chill overnight.
When ready to serve, reheat in a wok or large pot.
Stir in snow peas and cook two minutes.
Make a well in the center of the wok and stir in the beaten eggs.
Stir them as they cook, about 3 minutes, so they scramble and mix with the other ingredients.
Cover and cook over medium heat another couple of minutes.
Serve at once.