Fried Rice Ball with Chicken Meat and Fresh Oranges

December 13, 2016 by  
Filed under Chicken, Fruits, Recipes, Rice

Fried Rice Ball with Chicken Meat and Fresh Oranges

If you have unconsumed rice and chicken meat, or excess oranges, use this recipe to turn them into a tasty fried rice ball with chicken meat, and a glass of fresh orange juice!

This recipe is developed by Song Chieng Hua and Ong Boon Wei Sean, Asian Culinary Arts students from ITE College West.

Number of Servings: 2

Preparation and Cooking Time: 1 hour


  • Unconsumed cooked chicken meat – 80 gm
  • Unconsumed cooked rice – 300 gm
  • Excess oranges – 3 no
  • Sugar – 50 gm
  • Honey – 25 gm
  • Water – 20 ml
  • Seaweed – 2 sheets
  • Chilli sauce – 50 gm
  • Lime – 1 no
  • Shredded mozzarella cheese – 30 gm
  • Eggs – 2 no
  • Corn flour – 30 gm


  1. Marinate the chicken with honey and pan fry till golden brown. Cut into small pieces.
  2. Take the rice, sprinkle a little water on the top and steam for 10 min. Set aside to cool.
  3. Take the cooked rice and roll into a ball shape. Put the cooked chicken and cheese inside the rice ball and roll back to shape. Dip the rice ball with egg wash and corn flour. Deep fried till it turns golden brown.
  4. To make the sauce, mix chilli sauce and sugar in a pot. Squeeze in 1 lime and mix well. Pour it on to the rice ball to serve.
  5. Blend the peeled oranges and add in ice and home make sugar water and pour into a glass.

Fried Rice Ball with Chicken Meat and Fresh Oranges - Students

Food Safety

Follow these food safety tips from AVA on storing cooked food to reduce the risk of food poisoning from contaminated cooked food:

  • All cooked food should be refrigerated or frozen within 2 hours after cooking.
  • Store cooked food in a clean, shallow container.
  • Use shallow containers and leave sufficient air space around the food to promote rapid and even cooling. Cooked food stored in large, deep containers remain warm for a longer time. Dangerous bacteria may grow in this warm spot which can lead to food poisoning if consumed.
  • When freezing cooked food, make sure they are wrapped tightly.
  • Keep your refrigerator uncluttered so that air can circulate and cool food properly.
  • Do not refreeze frozen food that have been thawed.
  • As a general rule, do not keep cooked food for more than 4 days.

Source: AVA


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