Chicken Fried Rice … for Danger K

Chicken Fried Rice

I got a tweet on Friday from Danger K over at Project: Priceless, looking for a good fried rice recipe.  We happen to have one.  Actually, the Pie has one, which he modified himself from one of our many stir-fry books.  We make this one with chicken, but you can leave that out for a vegetarian option.  If you want to go vegan, you can leave out the egg as well.

So this is what you need:

Half an onion, diced.

Chicken Fried Rice

A boneless, skinless chicken breast, cubed.  Add a splash of soy sauce to that.

Chicken Fried Rice

An egg, beaten.

Chicken Fried Rice

Two carrots, peeled and diced.

Chicken Fried Rice

About one cup peas.  These are defrosted frozen ones.

Chicken Fried Rice

A pinch or two of sliced green onion.

Chicken Fried Rice

About two cups cooked rice, cold.  Preferably a day or two old.  The rice needs to be dry and no longer sticky.

Chicken Fried Rice

In a large frying pan or wok, heat a tablespoon oil with a tablespoon minced garlic on medium heat.  Chuck in the onions and cook until they’re translucent.

Chicken Fried Rice

Toss in the chicken and stir until the chicken is cooked through.

Chicken Fried Rice

Make a well in the middle and pour in the beaten egg in a thin layer. Allow it to cook through and then break it up with your spatula and mix it in.

Chicken Fried Rice

Add in all the vegetables and heat through, then add the rice and stir to mix.  Splash in some more soy sauce to taste.  When everything is heated up to your satisfaction, you can serve it.  And it’s as simple as that!

Chicken Fried Rice

Author: allythebell

A corgi. A small boy. A sense of adventure. Chaos ensues.

4 thoughts on “Chicken Fried Rice … for Danger K”

  1. That looks easy. LOOKS. But I’m going to try it, because the egg cooking thing itself will save me from the egg-coated mess I’ve made so far. I’m skeptical, but I’m trusting you this isn’t like on Martha Stewart where everything looks easy but isn’t! 😉

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