Asian fusion food at its finest. While warm avocado appears to be bizarre, it tastes
spectacular and complements each component of the dish. While Chinese BBQ Pork is preferred,
bacon is a good substitute if that is unavailable to you.
12 oz. Chinese bbq pork (cha siu); cut into bite-sized pieces
20 oz. canned pineapple chunks; drained
3 cups cooked jasmine rice; cooled
2 tablespoons soy sauce
2 avocados; cut into chunks
salt & pepper
In a large wok, add a drizzle of olive oil and heat over medium-high heat. When hot, add chopped bbq pork and cook to warm about 2 minutes. Then, reduce heat to medium and add pineapple chunks to warm about 2 more minutes.
Add cooled rice and combine well; make sure there are no clumps of rice. Cook to warm, about 6 more minutes. Mix in soy sauce.
Add avocado to the rice and mix well. Be gentle; don't mash the avocado. Season the fried rice with salt and pepper, to taste.