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Hey guys, it’s chef Ming Chao again and that’s my little intro. It’s not finished. It’s not actually my official one but today I’m making simple basic fried rice. I’ve got some oil, vegetable oil in a pan, put in two eggs seasoned with a teaspoon of soy sauce and you know how fried rice always has that little over scrambled eggs in the rice, you’ve got to keep it in motion to make it really really scrambled. And just be careful because it might burn and take it out of the pan and wash your pan, put some more oil and about a cup of rice and with this, what you’re supposed to do is break up the rice if it’s kind of old, mine is about 2 days old. It’s still good. After a minute, heating up add, your eggs. After about 1 to 2 minutes, add about 2 tablespoons of soy sauce and that’s what makes fried rice a brownish color. It’s the soy sauce. You want to stir fry that around until it’s warm so it cooks and it’s going to look like that. Very delicious. I made it in like five minutes before I had to go to football practice and because I made this, it gave me energy, because it’s got the carbs, you’ve got the protein, you’ve got the little vegetable on there. I just killed everyone in that football time. I’m Ming Chao, thanks for watching. I’ll see you next time.