Rice Krispy Fried Rice is a dish of cooked rice cooked in a sweet and spicy sauce made with rice and krispie peppers.
It was first served in the 1940s, and was a staple of Jewish family meals, especially during Passover.
But the krispot sauce has become something of a cultural touchstone in Israel, where it is popularly referred to as “stirfried rice.”
And it’s not just krisps that can be stirred into the sauce.
It can also be used as a substitute for regular rice, and it’s also a great way to get the right taste of krispreise for any holiday meal.
If you want to go the extra mile and use some of the sauce to make krisbobs, the recipe for this krispopped-rice dish is as simple as you’d expect: combine rice, krispey peppers, garlic and oil in a skillet.
Add some chicken, onion and carrots, stir to combine and cook until tender, about 30 minutes.
Then stir in krispetas, and serve with some bread or some baked beans.
Serve warm with butter or margarine for dipping.
Recipe from Jerusalem Post.