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- n. Any of very many forms of rice that has been first cooked by boiling and is then stir-fried with other ingredients
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- n. boiled rice mixed with scallions and minced pork or shrimp and quickly scrambled with eggs
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“Chef’s specials today are sesame-crusted salmon fillet served on a bed of shiitake fried rice with poached scallions and a reduced ginger soy glaze, or sirloin steak gently braised with organic root vegetables from Vermont, black pepper sauce, and—”