The Chinese fried rice you’ve never heard of is actually a recipe from the Philippines

RICE FLY: Ricco’s newest fried rice is a favorite of a bunch of Americans.

And not just because it’s cheap and easy to make.

Ricco recently opened a second location in a popular Taiwanese restaurant chain in the Philippines.

The Chinese-American restaurant, which is also owned by Taiwanese owner Chang Kuo, said it’s now the third-biggest Chinese restaurant in the United States.

The new Ricco location in Manila features a big grill and an Asian-themed menu.

In Manila, the Chinese fried food has become a staple for Chinese families.

They can get rice and stir-fried vegetables in the morning.

But in Manila, you get a rice dish called 一豆辱谁 一放豈谕育, a fried rice dish made with pork, shrimp, shrimp paste, garlic, scallions, and vegetables.

It’s not only a classic Chinese dish, but it also has a unique flavor, according to Ricco.

“We love the way the rice tastes, and it’s a great way to get out of the city,” said Michael Liu, director of marketing for Ricco in the U.S. “It’s very healthy.

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