Occasionally Hubby and I enjoy getting a little Chinese food. When we don’t feel like going out to eat we will usually whip up a batch of fried rice. It is easy dish, albeit a little time-consuming, that can make a generous amount with plenty of leftovers. There are not exact measurements as it is a recipe that we just “toss” together.
- 3-5 c. dry white rice, cooked
- 1-2 chicken breasts cubed, cooked in red wine
- 5-10 slices of cooked & crumbled bacon
- 2-4 eggs
- 1 bag frozen mixed vegetables (steamed)
- Soy sauce
- Take the cooked rice and place into the hot bacon grease. Mix in a generous amount of soy sauce. Keep stirring for about 5-10 minutes while it starts to fry up.
- Pour whipped eggs over the rice and stir until the egg cooks up.
- Add in chicken, bacon, and vegetables and stir in.
- Mix in more soy sauce to taste and keep stirring until it reaches your desired level of crispness.
This recipe is easy to adjust to personal taste and amount you want made. Add an ingredient or swap one out. It is simple to make fried rice and incredibly delicious fresh and in leftovers.
Hope you enjoy!
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