Yellow fried rice

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

8 Responses

  1. Niegel of Oc, California says:

    I tried your baked tortang talong, it was great.. i just need to add more taste to the meat…

    by the way, is this yellow rice same as yang chow fried rice?

  2. Naya says:

    hi connie … you have a very helpful and inspiring blog … thanks for generously sharing your recipes … am sure such generousity will bring you much blessings in return … where do you get turmeric? i have been looking for one because i would like to make yellow fried rice too! is it the same as luyang dilaw (can’t find that too)?

  3. Connie says:

    Niegel, no it isn’t. :)

    Naya, spice section of the supermarket. :)

  4. Pia says:

    They have an Indian dish called Biryani Rice and that’s exactly what’s used. Although they do add cardammon pods which gives it an aromatic flavor.

    • Connie says:

      Actually, biryani contains yogurt. :)

      • Pia says:

        True, but I don’t add on mine and it still turns out great, especially when you mix cardammon, turmeric and cumin. And instead of using water, I use chicken stock, extra flavor.

  5. Heaven says:

    Ms. Connie, I’ve been wondering what they are using in those yellow-rice topping fastfoods… would you think it’s turmeric?