Beef Fried Rice

Beef Fried Rice

"Years ago, I frequently depended on economical ground beef to feed my three hungry kids. I fixed it every way imaginable. This was one of our favorites.--Edith Haney, Erie, Pennsylvania"
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Ingredients

20 m servings
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  1. In a bowl, beat eggs and pepper. In a skillet, heat oil. Add eggs. Cook until partially set. Lift the edges, letting the uncooked egg flow underneath. When eggs are completely set but still moist, remove from skillet. Cut into strips; return to pan. Add remaining ingredients; mix well. Gently cook and stir for 5 minutes or until heated through.

Footnotes

  • If you're using cold leftover rice in Beef Fried Rice, let it come to room temperature before adding it to the skillet so it doesn't cool down the other ingredients.

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I was so surprised that ground beef could be so good in fried rice! I only changed a few things: I used 5 Tbls. soy sauce and I mixed the soy sauce and sugar in a seperate little dish before ad...

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My son and I really would give this 3 1/2 stars if we could. We enjoyed it as it was but it wasn't anything special. The flavor was ok. It's a good way to use up some ground beef and left-ove...

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I was so surprised that ground beef could be so good in fried rice! I only changed a few things: I used 5 Tbls. soy sauce and I mixed the soy sauce and sugar in a seperate little dish before ad...

This was great! I did add 5 tbsp of soy sauce instead of 3 and threw in a 1 lb bag of frozen peas & carrots. Also just sprayed the skillet with cooking spray to cook the egg. I had to throw t...

Quick, easy and very flavorful. We loved it. I added about 1 teaspoon fresh minced garlic and used 5 tablespoons of soy sauce, instead of 3.

5 stars, with a few modifications - the recipe is fairly bland as written. Use Sesame Oil, not vegetable oil. Prepare the rice ahead of time, allow to cool to room temp. Brown the ground beef w...

I was skeptical about this recipe, but everyone loved it. I had to cook the onions more bc my husband doesn't do well with rare onions, but other than that I followed the directions as they wer...

we loved this but I did make changes after reading other reviews: I added ginger and garlic to the beef, splash of worchestire, 1 cup of peas and 1 drained can of baby corn, and omitted the eggs...

Very good recipe. The only changes I made were to cook the beef with fresh pressed garlic and sliced onion. I also added more sliced onion to the remaining ingredients and added some chopped zu...

I made this for dinner tonight. My boyfriend and I both liked it. Due to the suggestions in other reviews I used 5 TBS of soy sauce and mixed the sugar in before adding it to the meat, egg and r...

I followed Bonnie M's suggestions and this meal came out very tasty

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