"Authentic" Fried Rice Recipe

I was taught this authentic fried rice recipe by my dear Chinese friend Grace. (one of the benefits of living in Hong Kong!) Its a great one because you can use almost any veg or meat that you want and adapt it to fit your needs and tastes!
Authentic Fried Rice
Ingredients:
Rice {brown, white, red}
Chicken {cubed and cooked in a little soy sauce}
Soy Sauce 1/3 cup
Olive Oil 2 TBS
chicken broth 1/4 cup
salt
3 eggs {scrambled and set aside}
vegetables finely chopped
 {carrots, corn, broccoli, spinach or other green, zucchini, mushroom, etc}
tofu {optional}
1. Start with OLD rice. I never knew this until my cooking lesson. I guess the best is day old rice. You want it a bit dried out. Although if I forget I just make it earlier in the day and let it sit out for a couple of hours to dry, nice… I use a mix of brown, white and red rice. Make it according to the directions. 1 1/2 cups uncooked rice should serve about five when everything else is added.
2. Choose your ingredients. I used carrots, corn, a Chinese leafy green, zucchini, egg, and chicken. You can also add tofu, bean curd (the firm kind), and ANY of your favorite vegetables!
 3. Get your vegetables frying in a large pan (wok) with olive oil. Start with those that will take the most time and add the softer veggies as you go. The goal is to have them all soft cooked at the same time. You can add a bit of chicken broth if needed to simmer, but not too much. I start with the carrots, and work to the soft veg… like the leafy greens..
4. When the veggies are ready, add the rice and egg, cook it all until warm. Add soy sauce over the whole thing as you are cooking for flavor. Also a bit of sea salt is a great addition. 

 and put it all together…

 Have you made fried rice before? What do you add? I like this recipes because its fairly healthy and doesn’t have much oil… until next time!
For some other Asian inspired recipes see:
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Emily is a stay at home mom to two crazy boys {which she adores} and one amazing husband. She loves to sew, but also dabbles in crafting and recipes. Her faith, friends and family keep her going and motivated. Come along for the ride!

Comments

  1. Your fried rice looks delicious! Thanks for featuring my recipe!

  2. Great tips and how-to, will make extra rice to have leftovers for this. Thanks for the invite, we’re happy to link up with you!

  3. Thanks for inviting me to this linky party. I meant to put “One a Stick” book review and giveaway on the “name” instead of my own name! LOL….Now, I can’t change or make correction! I shouldn’t work in the middle of the night here.

    Anyway, I’m your newest follower. Hope you’ll follow back. Have a good day.

    Amy
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  4. Thanks so much for the invite, Emily!

    Wow..your Fried Rice looks wonderful, will definitely give it a try.

    Like Amy, I put my name in the “name” box; my recipe is about Clams, not about “Patty”, lol

    Have a lovely day!

  5. Thanks for inviting me and stopping by. I’m your newest follower, hope you’ll follow back and find something you like.

    I linked up my Rolo cookies and Kitchen sink Krispie Treats. ENjoy!
    Aimee @ ShugarySweets

  6. Thanks for the invite to join your link up party! I’ve added my Strawberry Lemon Cake, hope you enjoy!
    And I never knew that you should use old rice for fried rice… I’m looking forward to trying your recipe — sounds easy and delicious!

  7. Thanks for hosting a great party! Fried rice looks great!!

  8. The fried rice looks so good! I’m glad you liked the Blackberry Bars from last week. :) I linked up CCC Dough Cheesecake Bars and Glazed Donut Muffins this week. Thanks for hosting!

  9. That rice sounds so delicious. I love authentic Asian food.

  10. Thanks for the invitation to link up. I am going back to see what good food you have linked up, from others.

    Tomorrow, I have a Let’s Do Brunch linky. I would love it, if you shared with us.

  11. Your rice looks wonderful. Thanks for the invite to post, I added a recipe and have linked to your blog.

  12. Mrs. H @ My Happily Ever After says:

    That looks spectacular! I’ll have to try this as a side next time I do some type of asian fusion! Thanks for stopping by my blog and inviting me to join up!

  13. Thanks for the invite. I am linking up with some Sesame Seed Crackers.
    Your Stir-fried rice sounds fantastic. I haven’t made any in ages but I think your recipe is inspiring me to do so.

  14. That looks so good! I never knew day old rice was best to use, thanks for the tip!

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