Fried rice

This fried rice is a simple, comforting and satisying dish that takes 10 minutes to put together. The soy sauce, oyster sauce and rice wine vinegar provide a delicious umami flavour that takes just like your local takeout, but better.

It’s fresh, warm and cosy and super yummy sprinkled with dried fried shallots and spring onion.

WHAT YOU’LL NEED

Cooked rice: I cook two cups of rice in a rice cooker the morning of, then store it in the fridge.
Egg: for a yummy eggy flavour and fluffy texture.
Spring onion and dried fried shallot: to garnish! For extra crunch and flavour.
Soy sauce + oyster sauce + rice wine vinegar: for a delicious, slightly salty and umami flavour.
Veggies: I used frozen peas and a small tin on corn.
Bacon: for protein and flavour.

INGREDIENT SUBSTITUTIONS

Egg free: Feel free to leave the egg out of this recipe.

STEP BY STEP

  1. Fry bacon.
  2. Add veggies and garlic.
  3. Add rice and sauce.
  4. Add egg, scramble and stir through fried rice.
  5. Serve with green onion/spring onion and dried fried shallot.

Fried rice

This fried rice recipe comes together in 10 minutes and makes for the perfect weeknight meal. A simple three ingredient sauce creates a fried rice that tastes just like takeout, but better (fresher!). I like serving mine with green onion/spring onion and dried fried shallots. Loved by the whole family!

Prep Time 5 mins Cook Time 10 mins Total Time 15 mins Difficulty: Beginner Servings: 4

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Fry bacon

    Fry bacon in a small amount of olive oil, about 3 minutes.

  2. Add veggies

    Add your peas and corn and saute, then add garlic and saute for a further minute.

  3. Add rice and sauce

    Add your refrigerated rice and sauce (soy sauce, oyster sauce and rice wine vinegar - 1/2 tablespoon of each). Use a fork to fluff/break apart rice.

  4. Scramble egg

    Push your fried rice to the side and add egg. Cook/scramble the egg, then stir through.

  5. Serve

    Serve fried rice warm with green onion/spring onion and dried fried shallots. Enjoy!

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Ash

Ash

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