Total Time
Prep 45 mins
Cook 0 mins

I know there are many fried rice recipes, but here is my own version of a favorite quick OAMC lunch and dinner we all enjoy. I hope you do too! To make it OAMC just portion out one cup of mix into freezer bags, thaw in the microwave for about 2 minutes, then stir fry in some oil for about another 3 minutes to get that "Fried" taste and texture. This recipe makes a TON!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Cook water, rice, and boullion cubes for about 30 - 40 minutes, or until done.
  2. Scramble the eggs.
  3. Mix all of the ingredients together in a large bowl.
  4. Portion into bags for lunches or dinners. One cup servings is what I did. I was able to get one five cup bag for a dinner and 5 one cup bags for lunches.


Most Helpful

I made as directed but my Jasmine rice package had suggested 6 cups of water vs 8. No matter it all worked out well. Instead of using plain water and bouillon cubes I used a box of fat free chicken broth. For the eggs I used liquid egg whites equal to 6 whole eggs. This will be nice to have on hand for nights when time is short. Really good flavor. Thank You for sharing.

Brenda. January 26, 2010

Made this last nigh. I loved it. Added shredded carrots. It was really good. Kids liked it too. My littlest one does not care for fried rice, she prefers plain white rice. She ate almost a whole bowl. My picky son ate a whole bowl too. It make a lot!! Had a lot left over to freeze. Will be adding to regular menus. Thanks!!

Kristina Kriechel August 18, 2009

This was really great! though I admit I did change alot of it for My tastes. I cut raw chicken in small pieces and sauted with a little butter,and added pepper and season salt to the chicken, then I also used fresh carrots, I Just cut tiny, steamed in the mic most of the way then threw in with the chicken to finish cooking. The Jasmine rice though most def. made the difference! I Also left out the eggs because I don't like eggs in mine but i'm just not an egg person lol. i also let it all cook together in the pan a little while instead of just tossing together. very yummy!

PickleLover May 05, 2009

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