Pan-Fried Salmon Fried Rice

Fried fish only tastes good if it is eaten immediately while it’s still warm and out from the frying pan within the same hour.  For left over fried fish that is kept in the fridge and reheated in the toaster or oven the next day, some how I find that the taste and texture of the fish lack freshness and juiciness. You will know that you are eating stale fish for overnight and reheated pan-fried fish.  Fish like salmon where the meat is firm and harder than other fish will be even tougher if the fish is reheated in the oven or toaster the next day. I do not fancy eating overnight fried fish.  Here’s what I suggested to the mil when we had quite a bit of left-over pan-fried salmon fish the other day:

Fried rice with pan-fried salmon fish, capsicum, celery, carrot and fried eggs.  Yummy and healthy and the stale pan-fried salmon fish tasted even better when mixed and masked in this interesting one-pot dish!

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4 thoughts on “Pan-Fried Salmon Fried Rice

  1. Shireen, your dad’s idea is great… I shall do that next time …

    with leftover cooked salmon, I would whip up some mashed potatoes and carrot and teriyaki sauce, my 2 kiddos love this dish….

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