No recipe to share this time. Fried rice is sort of a staple food in this house. There are a couple little tricks to making it just right.
First off, use old rice. As in, rice you've already cooked and refrigerated. It dehydrates the rice a little bit and makes it easier to fry.
Second, use DARK soy sauce. The bottle will be labelled as such. It's thicker and more flavourful, and I find it a bit less salty than normal soy sauce. It's one of the most important things in cooking a successful fried rice.
Third, use a bit of oyster sauce in the rice. It helps with consistency and authentic flavour.
You can add just about anything to the above items, fry it up in a large pan or a wok, and you'll have an awesome fried rice.
Here is the batch I made tonight: