Recipe by UBDESIGN
"This is a great recipe that your family will love and is easy to make. Cook the rice a day ahead or buy some from a local Asian restaurant. The quality of the ham used makes a big difference in the recipe results."
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green onions, chopped
frozen mixed peas and carrots
cold cooked rice
ground black pepper
Very good. I didn't have green onions so I used a little red onion, also added a couple garlic cloves. I liked it!
A few comments on the preparation. Fry the rice and ham in the oil and soy sauce to give it some texture and flavor, then add veggies and egg!! If you add green onions at the beginning, they will be nondescript green mush when served. Add them just before removing from heat. Also, if you cook the eggs beforehand as an "omelette", you can roll up and cut into nice little strips to add at the end. Otherwise eggs just clump and make dish heavy.
Had some left over ham from easter and made this recipe. We really liked it. Followed the recipe exactly.
very good recipe my family loved it even my picky 4 year old! We did leave out the sprouts just because nobody in the family likes them! We made this with sweet and sour pork. It was an excellent combination! Thank you for sharing
Made this for lunch using some leftovers so I changed the way I cooked it. I used leftover cooked white rice and ham from christmas. I put that in my tupperware dish added some of the frozen peas and carrots (still frozen) and some chopped green onion with a splash of soy sauce. I microwaved one egg and chopped it up and added it to the tupperware. Great lunch and so easy to make!!!
i used left over Easter ham for this. i followed the other reviwer's advice and added the green onions & eggs last. it turned out great! i added extra soy sauce through out cooking. i will definately make this again!
Not bad, I used vegetables instead of the ham. I don't care for ham. I will stick with my own veggie fried rice dish. Thanks for sharing though!
This was okay but nothing spectacular. I don't think I cared for the bean sprouts. Also it had to many veggies, not enough rice flavor. Thanks anyway.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fried Rice with Ham
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 148
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