Kao pad also known or spelled as Khao phad is a Thai term for "fried rice".

Fried rice is called Sinangag in the Philippines cooked with crushed or minced garlic. Sometimes it cooked with chopped onions, beaten eggs with added chopped ham or chorizos, depending on the one cooking it

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