【Fried Rice Patties】

【Fried Rice Patties】

by MaomaoMom

Fried rice patties are among the most popular breakfast foods in southern China. I used to buy them from street vendors when I was little. I made these rice patties for breakfast this morning. My hubby commented that they tasted just like the ones in his childhood memory.

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Course meal type: appetizer

Prepare time: 30 minutes

Cook time: 35+15 minutes

Level: Medium

Serves: 12 servings


1) 200 ml glutinous rice, 200 ml regular rice, 500 ml water;

Sweet pattie:

2) ¼ cup sugar (53g);

Salty pattie:

3) 1/3 tsp salt, 1tbsp finely minced green onion, 1/2 tsp freshly minced ginger;


4) 3 cups corn oil or vegetable oil;


1: Rinse rice with water and drain (Picture 1). Boil 500 ml water in a medium-sized saucepan. Add all the rice (Picture 2), stir then cover the lid. Cook at low heat for 35 minutes.

2: Divide cooked rice into two equal portions and place in two medium-sized bowl. Add sugar to one bowl (Picture 3) and all ingredients of Ingredient 3) to the other (Picture 4). Pound the rice with one end of a rolling pin (Picture 5), until it sticks together but not all the rice is crushed.

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3: Oil the inside of two square containers. Transfer the rice from bowls into the containers. Press down firmly with oiled hand (Pictures 6 and 7). Cover and place in fridge for 4 hours.

4: Carefully remove chilled rice from the container and cut into 6 equal rectangular portions (Picture 8). In a medium sauce pot, add 3 cups ofoil. When oil is hot, fry a 4 rice patties at a time on medium-high heat until surface turns golden brown. Drain on paper towels before serving.

Sweet rice patties:

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Salty rice patties:

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33 Responses to 【Fried Rice Patties】

  1. Ning says:


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  3. yannyfly says:

    毛毛妈,你好!今天 试做了糍粑

  4. Lan says:

    嗯, 炸糍粑和大肉包子, 是小时候最幸福的早餐了。 现在要是回南京也会去找这几样点心, 可是很少能找到好吃的了,以前的早点铺子都没了。 还是毛毛妈给力, 我们千山万水之外,自力更生也能吃到南京的地道小吃。

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  12. Sophie says:

    This gave me a very hard time to fry. Oil splattered all over the place including on me. I still have burns on my arms because of it. Is it normal for the rice to cause the oil to splatter? And what is the best way to prevent this? For the ones I managed to pull out of the oil they were delicious but I couldn’t finish doing the rest because of how painful it was getting. Any tips?

  13. Sophie says:

    It splattered as it cooked not as I was putting them in the oil. Mittens didn’t help as I got splattered on my neck and arms.

  14. Sophie says:

    That’s a good idea about the pot lid. How do you dry out the rice though? I followed your instructions exactly.

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