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Fried Rice With Durians

We didn't want to waste our leftover rice from the previous meal and yet, my fridge was quite empty already... so I suggested to Andy that we fried the rice with the CNY "Chinese Sausages"... they are still being "frozen" in my fridge...gosh, soon-to-be one year in there already!  sshhhh.....

After work, I drove to a sundry shop to get some fresh eggs and then I adjourned to a ..... DURIAN STALL!!  Cravings.... Cravings!! I got two XO durians for RM39!   Good deal, good deal when the cravings is there, even the high price will not deter me from buying....

Back home, quickly prepared all the necessary ingredients... garlic, big onions, chinese sausages (lap cheong) and Four eggs.... Andy, on the other hand, opened up the durians and laid them on the table... both of us devoured a few seeds before our dinner... irresistible!
No, I didn't fry my rice with durians, of course... 
though the title of the post seems to be so... LOL...
Now I am wondering how it would taste like
IF I mashed up the durian flesh and mix it with the rice.... hmmmm...
Well, have anyone tried it yet?
After all, it goes well with the glutinous rice, right?
Anyway, both Andy and I had a Great Dinner...we had...
Fried RiceWith Durians!!  LOL...

Comments

  1. My aunt loves to eat white rice with durian, i don't really like it LOL and yes, glutinous rice is better than white rice :x

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  2. with durian, anything goes!! you make me really hungry especially I am on detox now.

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  3. wah, fried rice durian, quite special too~

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  4. Hawaii loves fried rice, but durian is an acquired taste :-)



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
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  5. OMG fried rice with durian!! how come everything also durian?? yucks, give me fried rice, the durian you can have it.. hahahaha :D

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  6. What a clever lady to eat Fried Rice with durians. I must try your style. Funny! Muahahahaha

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  7. Hah! Your fried rice a little different from mine, looks different too... Don't eat too much durian! Heaty!!!

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  8. ken: i have yet to eat glutinous rice with durian.. very lemak.. :)


    agnes: on detox...great!!

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  9. mr lonely: great combination.. hahaa...


    cloudia: something you cannot get in Hawaii, I guess.. :)

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  10. sharon: me too!!


    sk: are you missing something? hahaha...sure, good deal!

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  11. TM: must be adventurous! :)


    stp: not enough ingredients la.. definitely yours taste much much better... !

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  12. Haiyo I never tasted before fried rice with durians. But white or plain rice should be taste alright ler...

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  13. I still prefer to eat durian on its own.

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  14. angeline: me also first time.. and I ended up eating more seeds than ever.. :)

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  15. I have tried sweet glutinous rice with durians. Wonder how it taste..... savoury fried rice with durians. :)

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  16. that's one of the best friedrice i've seen but never thought of mixing it with durian

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  17. I love to eat durians on its own. Even make into tempoyak I don't like. Your fried rice looks nice.

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  18. Eastcoast: i am kind of weird.. I like savory and sweet combined...hahaha


    Mecoy: try it one day!

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  19. Kathy: he is missing out something, right?!:)

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  20. It looks good. How long are Durians available?

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  21. If for me, I'll wallop the fried rice, but not the durians, hehe~

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  22. Uiiii fried rice and durian? it won't go pass my throat for sure.. separately they're fine but in the same plate i sure pengsan.. :p

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  23. Hmmm, not sure if I like fried rice with durians. But I do love durians with glutinous rice!! Yummy!!

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  24. ginny: all the year round for certain type of species...


    hayley: for me, I wallop it together... hahaha...

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  25. bella: so I am memang weird.. hahaha...


    foong: sure lemak too!!

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  26. oh, I haven't tried that before but I still prefer plain rice so that the sweetness of the durians could be felt.

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  27. wenn, that's for sure!!

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  28. Oh Claire...durian definitely not with fried rice.hahaha

    I would love to have it with sticky rice,perhaps...

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  29. No durians for me, & I banned them from my apt! Hubby just gotta go out to eat. Hahaha! OMG, I can't take the smell!

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  30. ling: I have yet to taste with sticky rice...


    cre9tone: yes!!


    shirley: so you are one of those who cannot take the smell... :)

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  31. Haha, from your post title, I really thought you fried the rice with durian - a new recipe! :D

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