A recipe that will show you how to turn boring old white rice into something amazing!
Put the rice in a pot, then add plenty of water, along with a pinch of salt. Bring to a boil then bring down to gently simmer. Cover with a lid and then leave to cook for 8 minutes.
Drain the rice and then transfer onto a tray and spread it out evenly, leave it for a few minutes so that some of the steam escapes. Then, put the tray in a freezer for 20 minutes.
Get a wok nice and hot (a nice large pan will work too). Put a drizzle of oil in your pan, then add your carrots and fry for 1-2 minutes, add your diced red capsicum/peppers and frozen peas and fry for a further minute.
Transfer those vegetables to a bowl and set aside.
Put the wok back over the stove, add some more oil and then add your beaten eggs. Quickly fry stirring continuously until cooked (this shouldn't take long). Transfer in the bowl with the vegetables you just fried.
Once again, put the wok back on the stove, add some veg oil and your sesame oil. Add your garlic and ginger, then fry for about half a minute, then add your chilli flakes and fry for another minute. Finally, add your hoi-sin sauce and stir through.
Add your rice 1 quarter at a time stirring through well on each addition. This is to make sure every grain of rice is separated.
Add the vegetables you fried earlier, your eggs, your flat leaf parsley, your sliced spring onions and your soy sauce.