Dual flip angle (DFA) methods facilitate T1-corrected proton density fat-fraction (PDFF) quantification at the cost of doubling scan time compared to small flip angle (SFA) methods. In this study, a novel “dual-TR” (DTR) fat quantification strategy was proposed. It acquired 2 spoiled gradient echo (SGRE) dataset sequentially, one with a shortened echo train and reduced TR to alleviate scan time penalties. Monte-Carlo simulation and Cramer-Rao lower bound demonstrated improved noise performance using the proposed method compared with SFA and DFA methods. Phantom experiments demonstrated the feasibility of T1-corrected PDFF estimates using the proposed DTR method.