Easy Fried Rice

This web site may contain affiliate links and advertising so that we can provide recipes to you. Read my privacy policy . Fried Rice is a combination of long grained rice, mixture of warm peas, carrots and onions with scrambled eggs mixed all together! You will not be getting take out any longer! 
Have fried rice as an entree or a side serve when serving it ! If you love fried rice sample these variations of fry rice : Bacon Fried Rice, Shrimp Fried Rice, Ham Fried Rice or Chicken Fried Rice .
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Easy Fried Rice

I have constantly loved electrocute rice. I could probably eat an integral bowl. The capital thing about this recipe is that you can add whatever you would like ! I have added bacon, chicken, and overact. It is the perfect electrocute rice foundation and they say the hidden ingredient to get the authentic Chinese taste is sesame anoint. Whatever it may be it is antic !
I had my entire family over for chinese night. It was a batch of work, but I wanted them to experience my celebrated angelic and false wimp. They absolutely loved it and agreed that it tasted heterosexual from a restaurant .
I constantly serve this perplex fry rice with all of my chinese dishes. It is easy and goes perfectly as a side !

Ingredients in Fried Rice

  • White long grain rice- Day old and cold rice help to keep it from being mushy.
  • Small white onion  
  • Vegetables- Peas and Carrots.  You can also add in other veggies such as bell pepper, broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, snow peas and cabbage.
  • Eggs
  • Sesame Oil 
  • Soy Sauce
  • Green Onions- Garnish with adding in sliced green onions right at the end! 

How to make Fried Rice

Preheat Skillet. Turn your frying pan to medium high heat and pour sesame oil into the bottom of your frying pan and add the onion, peas and carrots. Fry this until they are tender .
Slide the veggies to the side. Pour the beat eggs onto the other side. Use a spatula to scramble the eggs. Mix them together with the veggies .
Add the rice. Combine it with the vegetable and egg mixture. Pour the soy sauce on top and stir until it is heated throughout. trim with green onions .
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Tips for making Fried Rice:

My taiwanese sister in law gave me these amazing tips and recipe that I feel make it sincerely authentic. This is a sample and true syndicate recipe that tastes evening better than take out. We love have family gatherings and this is always a darling recipe to use .
here are some tips that will make this fry rice childlike and easy for you to make. The great thing about this fry rice is made all in one pan. Less clean up for you and more time to sit and enjoy your fry rice as a family .

  1. Cold rice or day old rice is best. This helps to prevent and keep the rice from sticking together and getting mushy. It does not have to be cold, but it is best to have day old rice instead of fresh rice.
  2. Scramble the egg in the same pan. To save on dishes you can just slide the veggies to one side and pour the egg in the other side. Scramble the egg with a spatula and then combine with the vegetables.
  3. Use Jasmine or long grain rice. Using a long grain rice will produce the best results and is most commonly used.
  4. Use Sesame oil. For the authentic flavor this is a MUST! Sesame oil has distinctive nutty aroma that brings the flavors together in this dish.
  5. Soy sauce is your best friend. Little to a lot is all up to you. Don’t be afraid to go wild or stay true to the recipe. You will enjoy the extra flavoring soy sauce has to offer mixed with veggies and rice.
  6. Cook the veggies and egg in the same pan. This is my favorite trick to making this recipe all in one pan. As soon as the veggies are tender just slide them over to the side, pour the eggs onto the other side and scramble. It is as easy as that!

Fried Rice is great for leftovers!

  • Can you reheat Fried Rice? Yes! This is an easy fried rice recipe that is great to double to have left overs for the following day. The best way to reheat fried rice is either on the stove top or in the microwave. You don’t want to reheat fried rice more than once for best results.
  • Can you freeze Fried Rice? Yes! It is best to place cooked fried rice in air tight containers or ziplock bags. When ready to reheat, the microwave is the best option.
  • How long does Fried Rice last? After you cook fried rice, it is best to refrigerate in air tight containers. If it is properly stored, fried rice will usually keep between 5-7 days in the refrigerator.

Is it healthy for you?

This Quinoa Fried Rice or even this Cauliflower “ Fried Rice ” are both healthier ways to make fry rice. Quinoa and cauliflower fried rice are arrant for making the dish low carb. You will get that lapp authentic and delightful Chinese season. Fried rice on average is about 333 calories in 1 cup. You better have 2 !

What to serve with Fried Rice

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Easy Fried rice




votes An easy and delightful fried rice that will go perfectly to any chinese cup of tea !

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  • 3 cups cooked rice *

  • 2 tuberculosis sesame oil

  • 1 small white onion chop

  • 1 cup freeze peas and carrots thawed

  • 2-3 Tablespoons soy sauce more or less to taste

  • 2 eggs lightly beaten

  • 2 Tbsp chopped green onions optional


  • Preheat a large skillet or wok to medium heat. Pour sesame oil in the bottom. Add white onion and peas and carrots and fry until tender.

  • Slide the onion, peas and carrots to the side, and pour the beaten eggs onto the other side. Using a spatula, scramble the eggs. Once cooked, mix the eggs with the vegetable mix.

  • Add the rice to the veggie and egg mixture. Pour the soy sauce on top. Stir and fry the rice and veggie mixture until heated through and combined. Add chopped green onions if desired.



* Day old cold rice works best and prevents the rice from being mushy .
Post Update 8/19


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