Sunday, 18 December 2011


been making this for nearly 20 years. My whole family and I love fried
rice, it's one of the first boxes of take-out to be emptied out when we
order chinese food. This is a simple straight-forward recipe and it
turns out great every time! You can change the protein to beef, pork or
lamb and keep the rest the same. It's a staple for any chinese food
night in!

is all you'll need to make our yummy rice. Well almost, seems that the
butter, peas & carrots and chicken had a little party somewhere else
and didn't make it to picture day. Just close your eyes and imagine
that they are here...

Heat the butter and scramble the eggs, set aside for later.

Dice the onion

Cut the chicken into small pieces.

Heat the olive oil and saute the chicken on high.

Until it looks like this.

Add the onion and saute some more. Until the onions are nice and soft. 2-3 minutes.

peas and carrots. Mine were frozen, so it'll take a couple of minutes
to heat everything back up and get to sauteing again. Another 2 minutes
or so.

Toss in the eggs.

Then the rice. Stir it up. Now you're cookin'!

Cook on high heat until the rice starts to brown, hence the name, "fried rice".

the soy sauce and mix well while keeping the pan on the heat. Remove
from heat and serve! I could eat this all by itself any day of the week.
It's awesome heated up as leftovers too! Enjoy!!

Chicken Fried Rice

Charene Whorton 1996


3 cups cooked white rice

2 lbs boneless skinless chicken

1/2 cup peas and carrots

1/2 onion

3 whole eggs

1/2 cup soy sauce

salt and pepper to taste

2 T olive oil

1 T butter


Heat butter in pan, scramble eggs and set aside. Dice
onion and chicken, but keep separate. Heat olive oil in large sauté pan or wok.
Cook chicken on high heat until done, 3-5 minutes. Add onion and sauté for 1-2
minutes until tender. Add peas and carrots. If they are frozen, sauté 1-2
minutes to defrost and heat. Add scrambled egg and rice. Continue to cook on
high heat until rice is turning nice and brown. Add soy sauce and continue
stirring rice and cooking over high heat until all combined.

Salt and pepper to taste and serve.


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