All of us have our own concept of fried rice. In my case, I had this notion ever since I was a kid. Fried rice to me is not as simple as it sound; it is a medley of different ingredients collaborating together to produce colorful and great tasting rice dish. I held on this idea for the longest time and it influenced me in many ways.
Transform leftover rice into an easy dish your family will love with the fried rice recipes below.
This easy pork stir-fry recipe is filled with lean pork, fresh vegetables and rice and makes a great one-dish meal for busy weeknights. If you don’t want to use the sherry, just leave it out and use 1 tablespoons of water.
This fried rice dish is a classic! You can also add fresh shrimp or picked crabmeat to this classic Chinese-restaurant dish.
Thai chili sauce, cilantro, and roasted peanuts add zip to this easy dish. For the best texture and flavor, use leftover rice, which has less moisture than fresh-cooked grains.
Toasted almonds give this fried rice dish a crunchy element that complements the tender shrimp and crisp broccoli.
A simple recipe with just a few ingredients. So tasty and you can use your favorite veggies, it’s always delicious!
Kimchi bokkeumbap (볶음밥), is ridiculously easy to make and delicious. Here are my tips for making the best kimchi fried rice.
So you have some leftover rice from your week of awesome “serve with rice” dishes. Know what that means? It’s time for fried rice — the perfect vehicle to use up any and all leftover rice in your fridge. In fact, it’s time for one of our simplest, most flavorful fried rice dishes: bacon and egg fried rice.
Fried foods are irresistible to your tastebuds – and your waistline. The next time you’re tempted to get fattening fried food to-go, pick up the ingredients yourself and cook our Clean Eating Chicken Fried Rice instead.