Recipe by Minute® Rice
"Fried rice in 15 minutes! Cook Minute® Rice with chicken broth, stir-fry vegetables, soy sauce and egg. You'll feel good about serving your family this low- calorie, low-fat dish."
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eggs, lightly beaten
1 (14.5 ounce) can
1 (16 ounce) package
frozen stir-fry vegetables, thawed
Minute® White Rice, uncooked
I decided, at the last minute, to have fried rice with something my Daughter-in-law prepared. This was good and quick. Everyone liked it, thought it was really good for being so quick. I didn't have the chicken broth, so I used chicken boullion, and it ended up a little salty, but I can't blame that on the recipe. I actually "fried" it a little at the end by adding a little more oil, this seemed to take away the "Minute Rice" texture, and make it better. I'd definitely use this recipe again when I'm pinched for time.
Not impressed in the least. It was nothing like stir fry rice.
I made this tonight and boyfriend and I both loved it. I made it exactly like it said but accidentally put the veggies in frozen. I just let them heat slowly until thawed and then brought it to a boil- no biggie. I will definitely make this often. It was delicious and so easy. Served with teriyaki chicken~ YUM.
I was so surprised at how easy and great tasting this was. I had to modify the rice- I had chicken flavor steam in the bag rice; so i used a 1/2 cup of water along with the soy sauce and steamed the rice in the pan. I also added garlic powder and about 1/2 tsp ground ginger.
Super good- nothing left- my kids who won't touch take out fried rice asked for seconds. Will use again and will add meat.
This is my default recipe for stir-fried rice. I've been making this for so long that it's about time I comment on it. I usually do not cook any vegetables in it though because I make chicken with broccoli when I serve this rice. I cook exactly as stated, but at the end before I combine the egg, I add 1-2 minced garlic cloves (depending on size) and 3-4 tablespoons of Land O' Lakes Light Butter. Once the butter melts throughout and egg is added, make sure it's well mixed. Then, I just cap it for a few minutes on low to heat back up. You can add some salt and pepper to taste as well, but you shouldn't need any more salt with the soy. Let's just say it's the best stir-fried rice you'll ever eat!!!! Such a great foundation to complete my perfect stir-fried rice recipe! Hope this helps and you enjoy!!
Super easy. I only did one thing different. I added cooked pork loin that was left over. I did not take anything out of the pan. I just pused things to the side as needed. my family, including picky children gobbled it down. I would add an extra egg next time.
I made the recipe exactly as written but left out the vegetables. It was delicious! Will certainly be cooking it again!!!
I have tried so many "fried rice' recipes and this is the only one I'll be using from now on. Perfect as is, and of course you can add any accompaniments you prefer.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 80
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