Seah’s Spices ~ Fried Rice & Kung Pao Chicken
Singapore Fried Rice Spices
800g Cooked rice
2 stalks Spring onion
2 tbsp Cooking oil
2 tbsp Water
- Add oil in pre-heated wok.
- Stir fry eggs and cooked rice for 5 minutes over medium heat.
- Add Seah’s fried rice spices, prawn and ham and continue to stir fry for half minute.
- Add water evenly around the wok, continue to stir fry for half minute .
- Garnish with sliced spring onion. Serve hot immediately.
Kung Pao Chicken
- Coat chicken meat with spices from the white sachet (I used only half of the spices), marinate for 10 minutes and shallow fry to almost cooked.
- Heat wok with 1 tbsp oil, stir fry onion and dried chilli for half minute.
- Add chicken meat and spices from red sachet and stir fry for another minute.
- Add white vinegar and rice wine, fry the chicken meat well.
- Garnish with chopped spring onion and serve hot immediately.
Please also check on My King Cook for Best Ways on How to Make Fried Rice at Home
i just love Chinese food! Especially the Fried Rice & Kung Pao Chicken.
i think more people will now go grab some packets of seah spices after seeing your post!
ooohhhh! i love Seah's! these are also available here in Manila and my favorite is the bah kut teh…craving for it now 🙂
Ann, I like this brand. I got one 港式蒸排骨but yet to try out. Am sure will be as nice as others 🙂
Jane, I love their shrimp paste spice also. Not only good for chicken and spare ribs too.
Hi Ann, the fried rice and kung pao chicken look mouth watering. I like your lovely presentation. 😉
Have a nice week ahead,regards.
Howdy Ann! Hope you're well. Whoa, you got the chance to sample the new products. How cool ! Both rice & the kung pao chicken looks awesome. Hope you're having a great week ahead, dear.
Thank you Kristy.
Yummy – I got to look for these spices when I get back to Singapore..maybe stock it up and bring it to Texas.
Thanks for dropping by. You must other spices from Seah's spice too, really quick and easy to cook for everyone at home.
Delicious looking recipes Ann. We don't have those spice mixes here obviously although I would have loved to try!
Hi Ann, I like the way you serve the fried rice in lettuce cups. Very pretty!
Ann, this series of products are available in the Asian grocery shops here, in fact most of the products similar to Seah's are either imported from Malaysia or Singapore! The way you plated the rice with prawns are very pretty & it makes the rice even looks more tasty!
Thank you Ann and Jessie for your compliment 🙂
Ann , both dish looks delicious ! Love the gorgeous photos !
Wow! the rice and kungpao chicken will surely compliment each other, would love to try some if I can find it here:)
Jeannie, Not sure whether these spices available in Malaysia but one of my readers from Philippine told me they can find Seah's spices there and she love the bak kut teh very much.
Your fried rice and kung pao chicken looks really mouthwatering.
These premix spices sound so convenience and handy.
Hi Mui Mui, Hope you can try these one day.
One of my favourites! This is mouthwatering!
How not to drool over your pictures! The fried rice served in lettuce cups look so delicious and yummy…….
Thank you Cheah. Hope you got the chance to try these spices.
Such a moving post and such a sweet recipe indeed.
Your fried rice & kung pao chicken look so delicious,
i love it….
I have also tried the spices, my review is in my draft post. Haha.
Ur pix look so attractive.
Thanks Angel. Your kung po chicken presentation also very nice.
Both the fried rice and kung pao chicken look delicious! Love the presentation! Good to have these spices around for quick meals.
Yes very suitable for lazy people like me. I also their shrimp paste spices for chicken and spare ribs.
I've never seen these spices before but they sound amazing. I wish we had something like that out here.
Hello Kristen, Seah's have many type of spices available in the market. You can also try spices that are not too spicy.
this look good and yummy! yes, i used Seah's product for my soup and chicken too. will try this kung pao chicken soon 🙂
Hi Tze, you'll love this kung pao if you're a spicy person 🙂