By pixieglenn on June 22, 2006
Photo by HeidiSue
Photo by HeidiSue
"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!"
Serving Size: 1 (357 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"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."
"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!!"
"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!"
"I have tried to make fried rice in the past and couldn't seem to get it right. I really like this- have made it twice now and both times it turned out great. Very easy to prepare!"
"This. Is. So. Good. Followed it exactly. It did indeed make a TON, but I'm not complaining! Served as a side dish and also a light picnic lunch on one occasion. Just perfect, will be making again and again!! Thank you!!"
"My kids said, "It looks weird, but it tastes good." I used ground turkey and omitted the bouillon (which I'm glad of on account of the salt content). Otherwise followed the recipe and it was a very tasty, easy dinner."
"Super good! The whole family just pigged out on this- even my hubby who's not a big fried rice fan. I seared the breast in a skillet, poured Lowry's Teriyaki merinade over them, then covered and cooked till done. I poured all of the juice from the chicken/teriyaki in the rice becuase I only had about half a cup of soy sauce left. Yummy! I never knew to buy Jasmine rice before- what a difference! Thanks for the great recipe. I will make it often! It makes a TON. I put three big bags in the freezer."
"I cut this recipe in half and did not freeze any--just prepared, fried, and served using the recipe. The flavor is great and it is so easy to make. Thanks!"
"This has great flavor, and I will make it again, however I did find that the rice was very sticky. But it was good overall."
"Wow...this is wonderful fried rice! I made it for some friends of mine to put in their freezer, but I snagged a couple of bites and it was really great, even cold. I cooked the rice in my rice cooker. I used powdered garlic and fresh chopped green onions. I tore up a rotisserie chicken and for the sauce I used 1/4 cup terriyaki, 1/4 cup medium sweet soy (Kecap Manis), and 1/2 cup lite soy...I love all of those flavors, so I had to fit them in. I made egg pancakes with six eggs and a little sesame oil for extra flavor...delish! I can't wait to hear what my friends think. Oh...and I added an extra cup of rice. Thanks so much...I wish I had made some for me!"
"We really enjoyed this recipe ~ it's great to warm up for lunches and snacks. I made the recipe as posted using a rotisserie chicken that I chopped up. This recipe makes a ton which is great! Thanks for posting a keeper!"
"This is a great addition to my OAMC side dish collection. Even Dh had a seconf helping and he doesn't even like rice! I did use dark soy sauce and added a bit of bacon because I love bacon in fried rice. I was able to get one serving for supper and I have two additional family sized servings in the freezer for another day. thanks for posting :)"