GUAM FRIED RICE
Guam fried rice is a meal in and of itself because islanders mix in not only vegetables, but meat and eggs. Spam is commonly used though hot dogs, Spanish sausage and leftover barbecue meat is normal too. The best part of fried rice is getting the very crispy bottom. Basically, you heat your pot on a good heat, pour in your oil and let it sizzle on the bottom; do not scoop the very bottom of the pot so your rice cooks to a crisp. Add some butter and it's even better.
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