Total Time
7mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 2 mins

Funny how adding pineapple to any dish makes it "Hawaiian" but hey, that's the name it had when I got it. A really nice twist on fried rice.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Heat oil, and add the chicken, rice, onions, carrots, soy sauce and sesame oil.
  2. Stir-fry until hot (about 2 minutes).
  3. Add the egg and continue stirring while cooking adding pepper to taste.
  4. Add pineapple to warm rice and serve.
  5. Note: Always use cold cooked rice for stir fry, it's the secret.
Most Helpful

This is so yummy! It's simple and you can add your own twists to it. I added some garlic butter I had in the fridge, as well as some leftover steamed greeen peas. Also, I cooked the rice in chicken broth - added flavor. Very simple, yet delicious! Everyone at the bbq I brought this to, loved it.

Good Tastin' Stuff August 10, 2009

I thought this was the best fried rice I have ever had! I omitted the chicken because I was using as a side dish. I also left the pineapple on the side. I did have to use double the soy sauce and sesame oil because it was too dry. I based the amount on the appearance of the rice. It was a hit at our Hawaiian cookout and the bowl was empty due to everyone going back for 2nds! Thank you so much for posting!!

A. Cohen June 03, 2009

My daughter wanted a Hawaiian theme for her baby shower so I decided to make all the food. I found this recipe and made it for 100 people. Everyone raved about it!! It was amazing!! I did not include the chicken as we were serving a meat with it. We did include the pineapple which was very good, but I might leave that out the next time. Fantastic recipe!!! Highly recommended!!!

Marilyn C. November 23, 2013