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My husband and I love going to a local hibachi restaurant. He took me there for the first time right after we were married and I absolutely loved it. I had never been to a place like that. They had the most delicious fried rice, but even better- the shrimp sauce that goes with it. Oh my goodness, I just wanted to take a bottle home and top it over everything.
The sauce is a mix of mayo, paprika and sugar along with some secret ingredients that make it the best sauce ever for any type of rice. Drizzle this deliciousness over the veggie tossed rice which has been perfectly fried in a nice slab of butter and you’ll never want a different meal. You’ll find the secret ingredients below!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Sophia Inza.
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Quick Tip: Do not use margarine for this recipe. It doesn’t fry the rice as nicely as butter does. And feel free to add more butter to the recipe. The listed amounts are minimum, but adding more makes it so much better.