Posted by on Nov 20, 2020 in Appetizers | 19 comments

Double Fried Rice Balls

Double Fried Rice Balls

mom listened to me making the tasting portion of the video and said "you didn't sound really enthusiastic about those" and i said 'mom, they are amazing' and then we both dove into them and exclaimed how great they are. my fave sauce was straight soy sauce, her was a combo dip of soy and duck. they would taste greater still with my fave soy/rice wine vinegar/green onion sauce. whatever you choose, try these for company… they will FLIP! šŸ™‚ thanks, as always, for watching!
what i did today
2-2/12 cups cold fried rice
one beaten egg with a teaspoon or two of water added
1/2 cup panko crumbs
mix it up well, place in fridge for an hour or two to chill and set

form balls with the mixture, any way you can to get them to hold together. coat with more panko. shalllow fry in your favorite oil and watch out for popping peas of burning doom. šŸ˜‰ cook about 3 minutes, turning constantly for even browning. place on paper towels then after 5 minutes or so, place on serving plate and serve with various dipping sauces. you will look like a champ to your guests! šŸ™‚

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Double Fried Rice Balls

mom listened to me making the tasting portion of the video and said "you didn't sound really enthusiastic about those" and i said 'mom, they are amazing' and then we both dove into them and exclaimed how great they are. my fave sauce was straight soy sauce, her was a combo dip of soy and duck. they would taste greater still with my fave soy/rice wine vinegar/green onion sauce. whatever you choose, try these for company... they will FLIP! šŸ™‚ thanks, as always, for watching!
what i did today
2-2/12 cups cold fried rice
one beaten egg with a teaspoon or two of water added
1/2 cup panko crumbs
mix it up well, place in fridge for an hour or two to chill and set

form balls with the mixture, any way you can to get them to hold together. coat with more panko. shalllow fry in your favorite oil and watch out for popping peas of burning doom. šŸ˜‰ cook about 3 minutes, turning constantly for even browning. place on paper towels then after 5 minutes or so, place on serving plate and serve with various dipping sauces. you will look like a champ to your guests! šŸ™‚

19 Responses to “Double Fried Rice Balls”

  1. imperceptibleme says:

    What can I say…. they look amazing and I could eat them all! That’s right
    I could!! haha. They look so yummers Liz! Hugs to you and Mom!

  2. GRUBDUDE says:

    Kind of like Chinese Arancini. hmmmm

  3. edenbainbridge says:

    xoexo

  4. Gardeninggirl1107 says:

    You just keep amazing me with your creative ideas! My son’s a big Chinese
    food freak, he will love these! Thank you šŸ™‚

  5. timido66 says:

    I could watch these all day. No, really I could.

  6. iwasfrancisd says:

    Looks good. Bye

  7. sazara123 says:

    Sounds good to me!!!!!!!!!!! I make fried rice patties from left over rice
    and add a bunch of spices and cilantro, and an egg, then shallow fry. You
    made the yearning for Chinese food come back had that yearning all weekend,
    but been ignoring it the waistline doesn’t need it lol. When I do have my
    Chinese, and there is left over rice will try this for sure. Thanks for
    sharing Liz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. popparoc46 says:

    mmmmmm. They do look good. I was suspecting that they would have been dry,
    but with the nature of the thing, it doesn’t matter. In Hong Kong, the
    fried rice was mostly white-ish, which interested me. (it was delicious,
    btw) You know, I am delighted with your inventiveness. It makes your lovely
    cooking videos FRESH!! – roc

  9. houseofsnarzzle says:

    i just had one for breakfast. im having more for lunch. i love them. that
    is all. šŸ™‚

  10. houseofsnarzzle says:

    try them, cos – so yummmmyyyyy

  11. houseofsnarzzle says:

    thanks, holly! woot woot to the 25 percent club! šŸ™‚

  12. houseofsnarzzle says:

    i will definitely do these again next chinese leftover day. so simple and
    so deelish!

  13. houseofsnarzzle says:

    nothing says fun and relaxation like fried fried balls bubbling in oil, i
    say.

  14. houseofsnarzzle says:

    try ’em!

  15. houseofsnarzzle says:

    mmm your rice patties sound delicious too! i’ll try yours and you can try
    mine hehe. except i don’t like cilantro, so i will use basil, ok? šŸ˜‰

  16. houseofsnarzzle says:

    nope… crunchy on the outside, almost like stuffing moist on the inside.
    soooo goooooood. thanks for saying that about my inventiveness… you are a
    nice lady šŸ˜‰

  17. MrsRedAng says:

    Once again your awesomely creative! Im sure they are great! NUMO!

  18. Anonymoose says:

    You shoulda tempura’ed the granola. LOL I formally christen these Rice
    Puppies. They look just like Hush Puppies, and they serve the same end, so
    yeah. I can see dipping in a combo of oyster sauce, shoyu, and a smidge of
    mustard, or sweet-n-sour with a hint of mustard. Even a plain old fashioned
    ketchup/worcestershire/horseradish cocktail sauce. The possibilities as
    finger food are huge. Now I’ve gotta make some leftover rice to try them. I
    NEVER have leftover rice.

  19. Kris Mygritz says:

    Deeeelish!!!! :oP