It's not fried rice. It's fried rice. The custom at home here is to eat fried rice cooked in rice during confinement. I have always heard my mother say that this is very nourishing. In the summer, I cook a big pot and put it in the refrigerator.
The rice was fried with old ginger and old wine. The fried rice was dried, turned hard, and it was a bit burnt. It is said that the starch will be denatured after being fried in this way. Anyway, I think there is a burnt smell after frying, like barley tea.
You can fry more at a time, not afraid of being bad.
It's good to cook rice with fried rice, but it's soup rice. Just add a little or less water to the porridge. The pressure cooker should be pressed for a while. It won't be as thick as porridge.
It can be eaten hot or refrigerated. I am used to add brown sugar to eat hot (authentic confinement, embarrassment), or refrigerated with honey.