Ham Fried Rice

Ham Fried Rice

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"This is a recipe that even my children love. When I make it for the whole family, I triple the ingredients and let the kids use chopsticks. It gets a little messy, but it's fun."
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20 m servings
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  1. In a small skillet, cook and stir eggs in oil over medium heat until eggs are completely set. Remove and set aside. In same skillet, cook the rice, ham, garlic powder, ginger, pepper and chili powder if desired until heated through. Stir in soy sauce and reserved eggs. Serve immediately.

Footnotes

  • Nutritional Analysis: One 1-cup serving (prepared with egg substitute and reduced-sodium soy sauce) equals 193 calories, 6 g fat (1 g saturated fat), 14 mg cholesterol, 810 mg sodium, 16 g carbohydrate, 1 g fiber, 18 g protein. Diabetic Exchanges: 2 lean meat, 1 starch.

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My family loved this recipe; even my picky eater! I doubled the recipe and like another reviewer I added frozed peas. I also added 2 diced carrots and 5 chopped green onions. I followed the r...

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This turned out dry and was missing something that I couldn't quite identify. It was easy to make and alright for a one time meal - it was good to get leftover rice and ham out of the refrigera...

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My family loved this recipe; even my picky eater! I doubled the recipe and like another reviewer I added frozed peas. I also added 2 diced carrots and 5 chopped green onions. I followed the r...

This recipe is AMAZING! I made it last week and it turned out so good. I tried to make it again a couple of days later and the rice I had was too moist and I ended up with good tasting mush. ...

This was quite good. We are trying to switch to brown rice rather than white, so that is what I did, cooking it in chicken broth in the rice cooker. I didn't use ginger (didn't have any), but ...

Way good - but way too much ginger! I even halved the amount and it was still overwhelming! I live in a country that doesn't have a Cantonese restaurant, so this is wonderful for me! I will make...

This was a great 'base' recipe. I modified it by eliminating the ginger, adding about 2 tablespoons worchshire sauce, some onion powder to taste and added brocolli, carrot, sugar snap peas and s...

This turned out very well. I cooked rice specifically for this recipe, so I threw some dried chopped onion in with the rice while it cooked. The ginger seemed too strong when I first added it,...

This is a great base recipe for fried rice and is a real keeper. Adding frozen peas and carrots is a great way to put some vegetables into this dish. Adding some green onions or onion powder (3/...

I found out I have no tolerance for the ginger and garlic in this recipe!! But that's my own fault, I'm so nitpicky. I'm really glad I found this recipe, it's really simple and it tastes so goo...

This recipe is great. Very easy to make and we also use it to make Shrimp fried rice. Thank you for sharing.

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