How do you make pork fan rice Chao?

How do you make pork fan rice Chao?

How do you make pork fan rice Chao?


  1. Heat oil in a wok.
  2. Sauté onion using remaining oil until it softens.
  3. Add ground pork.
  4. Pour soy sauce, Sesame oil, and hoisin sauce into the wok.
  5. Add carrots and leftover rice.
  6. Add green peas and green onions.
  7. Add the chopped fried egg and then season with salt and ground white pepper.
  8. Serve warm.

What is Chao Fan in English?

chǎo fàn. fried rice (slang) (Tw) to have sex. Example Usage.

What is chao fan made of?

Chao Fan or Chaofan is a popular dish in the Philippines it is also the most common dish in China, basically it is prepared with day-old left-over rice stir fried with meats like pork, chicken and shrimps cooked together with vegetables like spring onions, green peas, corn and carrots.

How do you cook Pinoy Style Java rice?


  1. Melt margarine by using the microwave oven (about 10 seconds).
  2. Combine turmeric and annatto powder. Mix well.
  3. Put-in garlic powder, onion powder, and salt. Stir until everything is distributed.
  4. Pour-in mixture on warm steamed rice.
  5. Serve with Fried Pork Chop and Atchara.
  6. Share and enjoy!

How much is a Chao Fan?

Chowking Menu

Menu Item Price
Chao Fan
Pork Chao Fan with Topping ₱ 97.00
Pork Chao Fan ₱ 55.00
Beef Chao Fan with Topping ₱ 118.00

Are pork Chao fans healthy?

A healthy, complete meal in one! This dish consists of carbohydrates (rice), protein (eggs), and various sources of vitamins and minerals (vegetables).

How many calories are in a pork Chao Fan?

Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving
Calories 607 Cals from Fat 135
Water n/a g
Total Fat 15.00 g
Saturated Fat 3.00 g

Why is Java Rice called rice?

You know why? Because Java is actually an island in Indonesia and you’ve probably heard of it more as a type of coffee as well. Java coffee, of course, originated from the Java Islands of Indonesia. But how did it end up becoming the name of a favorite Filipino rice dish?

What is Java sauce made of?

One of Mama Sita’s best kept recipes, this Java Sauce is a thick blend of peanut paste and naturally-brewed soy sauce, cane sugar and fine wheat flour.