Hokkien fried rice (Jyutping: fuk1 gin3 caau2 faan6; also known as Fujian fried rice) is a popular Cantonese-style wok fried rice dish in many Chinese restaurants. It consists of a saucy stir-fried topping poured over ordinary egg fried rice. The topping can include mushrooms, meat, vegetables, and other ingredients. These ingredients are stir-fried, mixed with water and starch, then seasoned with broth, soy sauce, and oyster sauce.
Despite its name, this dish did not originate in Fujian. The recipe was invented by Chinese restaurants in Taiwan, although Taiwanese cuisine is heavily influenced by Fujian cuisine.