Crack the shell of the salted duck egg and carefully separate the egg white from the yolk.
Using a knife, chop up the egg white. How rough or fine the chop depends on what you prefer.
Mash the yolk with a fork. Lightly or thoroughly, that's up to you.
Heat the cooking oil in a frying pan. Add the garlic and cook over medium heat until golden.
Add the rice and stir fry until the rice is heated through.
Add the chopped salted egg white and sliced scallions. Stir to distribute well.
Add the mashed salted egg yolk and stir to blend.
No salt? If you follow the one cup of rice with one salted egg proportion, no, there is no need to add salt. But if you use more rice with one salted egg, you will need to add salt. Taste the salted egg fried rice when it's done. Add salt or not depending on what your taste buds tell you.
Sprinkle the rice with furikake, if you like.
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