Thai Pineapple Chicken Fried Rice…

Here’s a little food porn for ya this fine, Friday night! 

I took my daughter out for dinner tonight. She finally had some free time to spend with her momma….at sixteen she has more of a social life than I do. 

We went to a Japanese hibachi/sushi restaurant. She got sushi and I got the Thai pineapple chicken fried rice.

If you’ve followed me for awhile you know I’ve mentioned several times that the one place I must go to before I die is Thailand. It’s on my bucket list and by golly it’s gonna be on my reverse bucket list one day soon! That’s a shameless reference to my last post. If you haven’t read it, please check it out.

I also love Thai food, so of course when I saw the pineapple chicken fried rice on the menu my decision was made! It was delicious and I WILL be making it at home in the not too distant future. It was a generous portion so I shared it with my daughter. She loved it too and I tried her avacado peanut sushi. Good stuff!

But back to the main course. I think it will be pretty easy to make at home. Fried rice with egg, thinly sliced chicken, tomatoes, peas, corn, onions, and of course pineapple. It came with something called yum yum sauce. Not sure what it was, but it was good. I’m sure I can google it and come up with something. 

We had a great mother/daughter outing. Good food and good conversation. I’m gonna leave this plate right here and make y’all hungry! Give it a try yourself and let me know what you think.

Have a great weekend!

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10 thoughts on “Thai Pineapple Chicken Fried Rice…

      1. Hi! You are right saying tastes get changed over the borders. The varieties are endless! I may do a post one day! But my favourites are pattaya fried rice – fried rice with Inger and sprouts wrapped in an egg omelette and nasi goreng kampong….literally translated as village fried rice – rice fried with shallots, birds eye chilli, anchovies and water spinach. Yum! I am hungry now.

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  1. That was nice going out with your daughter. That doesn’t happen to often with me because I have 3 older daughters and one who is 12 two of them are married and one has her own kids. So it’s hard to get together sometimes. But I enjoy it when it happens. I love any
    kind of Chinese food! It looks very good ! 😊

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