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Disco fried rice

daveomak

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I missed this awesome thread... Nice fried rice... The discada comes to the rescue AGAIN !!!!
 

dirtsailor2003

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I missed this awesome thread... Nice fried rice... The discada comes to the rescue AGAIN !!!!
Thanks Dave! The Disc does a great job at many things! Been Craving Smash burgers again. I think that will be happening this weekend.
 

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Looks tasty Case! I just made a batch at hunt camp on the 20" Cast Iron skillet. (Cuz I don't have a fancy discada like yours yet!)
 

dirtsailor2003

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Looks tasty Case! I just made a batch at hunt camp on the 20" Cast Iron skillet. (Cuz I don't have a fancy discada like yours yet!)
Thank you!

Being over in the Creswell area you should be able to find a disc pretty easy. Mine came from a scrap metal place off I-5 near Canby. I guess the place has hundreds of them.
 

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Looks Great, Case!!:)

Mighty Tasty!

Mrs Bear would love that---She likes Stir-Fry type things, but I'd have to eat the Shrimp. No Seafood for her.:rolleyes:

Nice Job!!

Bear
 

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What a great meal! That looks like a perfect way to cook - sides that allow drainage, yet not too steep like with a wok.
 

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Case, you inspired me.

I'm on a long-term weight loss program, and breakfasts were getting kind of old. Now I fry up any meat and veggies leftover in the fridge, even lunch meat. Get that somewhat crispy, then throw in about a cup of rice or quinoa, fry for a while, then stir in uncooked scrambled eggs until cooked, then deglaze the pan with a little teriyaki sauce. Total calories is usually in the 500 range. Made it several times since I saw this thread. Wife won't eat it, so it's all mine.
 

dirtsailor2003

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Case, you inspired me.

I'm on a long-term weight loss program, and breakfasts were getting kind of old. Now I fry up any meat and veggies leftover in the fridge, even lunch meat. Get that somewhat crispy, then throw in about a cup of rice or quinoa, fry for a while, then stir in uncooked scrambled eggs until cooked, then deglaze the pan with a little teriyaki sauce. Total calories is usually in the 500 range. Made it several times since I saw this thread. Wife won't eat it, so it's all mine.
Yep its good stuff! I need to make a batch this week. Kind of have to pick my days right now as the weather for outdoor stir fry isn't that great!
 

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