10 minutes Chinese Sweet Sausage Fried Rice

Who loves a speedy cooking? I do! As a busy working-mom, I don’t always have a lot of time to cook, at the same time I want to have something delicious that I know everyone can enjoy eating them. This time I am using Chinese sausage, it is sweet and chewy, which I like. It can be found easily at the Asian supermarket, either in the frozen section or the fridge. It can also last quite long. If you don’t know many dish with the sausage, easily sauté on the pan, you can also eat it as a snack. Since I have also left over rice and also vegetable, why not making them a dish, right? I hope you like it and enjoy cooking! 🙂

Total time: 10 minutes

Servings: 2


400 gr              Overnight rice

200 gr              Pak choi / Chai sim, chopped

100 gr              Chinese sweet sausage, sliced thin

1 pcs.               Spring onion, chopped

1 tbsp              Light soy sauce

1 tbsp              Dark soy sauce

1 tbsp              Oyster sauce

1 tsp                Sugar

1 tsp                Chicken powder (optional)

2 tbsp              Vegetable oil


  • Pre-heat a wok with vegetable oil on high-heat. Sauté spring onion for a few second until it’s lightly fragrant.
  • Add in the sausage. Sauté until the color turns slightly golden brown.
  • Throw in the chopped vegetable. Stir for a few second until the vegies are half-cooked.
  • Following with rice.
  • Season with soy sauce (light and dark), oyster sauce, sugar, and chicken powder. Mix them well.
  • Ready to serve.

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