Peel 2 cloves of garlic, and then just finely mince them
Slice ¼ of a sweet white onion into medium sized strips
Finely dice about 3 – 4 green onions
Take just 1 leaf of Chinese broccoli (kai-lan), or other leafy vegetable, slice it in half first along the spine, and then slice it into 1 centimeter sized strips
Turn on your stove to medium high, heat up your wok (or frying pan), and add about 1 tablespoon of oil
Once your oil is hot, add the garlic first, and stir fry continuously for about 15 seconds or so, until it gets nice and fragrant
Next, toss in your shrimp, and fry for about 30 seconds – your shrimp should start to turn pink and feel more firm
Add in a little less than ½ of your rice first.
This is a little trick to soak up all those delicious shrimp juices and oils and keep your rice nice and dry.
Stir fry for about 10 more seconds
Push all your rice to one side of the pan, and then crack in the egg into the empty side
Whirl the egg up, let it cook for a few seconds, and then start to mix it up with the rice and shrimp
Keep stir frying for about 20 seconds until the egg is fully cooked, and then add in the rest of your rice, and give it a quick stir
Add ½ tablespoon of soy sauce, ½ tablespoon of oyster sauce, just a pinch of sugar (optional), and continue stir frying your rice, making sure all the sauce gets mixed in
Then add your chopped Chinese broccoli and onions, and stir fry for another 30 seconds until the vegetables wilt, but they should be crisp and not fully cooked
Lastly, toss in your minced green onions, stir it a few more seconds, and it’s ready
Immediately dish your fried rice onto a plate
Slice off a wedge of lime, and serve it on the plate next to the rice
For the final touch,sprinkle some freshly ground black pepper on top to give it a little kick.