Beef Fried Rice

"an adjusted recipe. I got this from my aunt."
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  • In a skillet, cook beef untilno longer pink, and drain.
  • In a large bowl, beat eggs, and pepper.
  • In a skillet, heat 2 tablespoons, oil over medium heat.
  • Add eggs to skillet.
  • As eggs set, lift the edges, letting uncooked portion flow underneath.
  • When eggs are completely cooked, remove from skillet, and cut into strips.
  • Return to pan.
  • Stir in remaining ingredients.
  • Cook and stir over low heat in remaining oil for 5 minutes, or until heated through.

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  1. Normally I make every recipe as posted the first time....but I used ground sirloin to reduce the fat, and I wanted more veggies, so I added mushrooms, carrots, peas, and garlic as well. I used the brown sugar, but not the regular sugar. When I cooked the eggs, I used about 2/3 of the black pepper, thinking I'd add it to the dish if I wanted it afterwards. I also diced the eggs instead of leaving them in strips, just a personal preference. I also didn't use as much oil...trying to reduce the fat. :) Yummy, easy meal! Great after a long hard day at work.
  2. This was delicious. Made it as written, except I cut the pepper to 1/2 teaspoon (I was afraid of 1 tablespoon of pepper LOL ) and I only added the brown sugar. Outstanding flavor, and so very easy to make after a crazy day at work. I used jasmati rice because it cooked faster, but think I will use brown basmati next time and add some julienne carrots or other veggies. Very nice flavor, I was surprised it tasted so good with so few ingredients. Thanks for posting, made for your FOOTBALL POOL WIN, November 2010!
  3. Yep! This is comfort food. DH gave it 5 stars, I thought it was more of a 3. My lips felt greasy, but DH said the flavor was comforting. I like things that knock my socks off. (they say opposites attract). I also threw on some sliced green onions for color like Baby Kato did. I served it with recipe #279957 for some veggies. Thanks for posting. :)
  4. Mmm delicious one dish meal! After reading the reviews, instead of mixing the whole amount of pepper required with the eggs, I placed only a pinch and mixed the rest with the rice. So glad I made several servings! Thanks! Made for Aus Recipe Swap #27.
  5. I tripled it and made it for a group of 8 friends and 11 kids and it was perfect. Everyone had 2nds and 3rds. I thought it had WAY too much pepper, but I just picked out the eggs. Will definitely make this again (with less pepper)


<p>Hello everyone, My name is Doug and I am the host of I recommend tag.I am in my early 40's, I am married, with two children. Michael 14, and katherine 10 . I started to learn to cook, after I got married, when my wife started working nights, and I couldn't get around because I had my entire left leg rebuilt. I just completed remodeling my entire house, and am very active at volunteering at my childrens schools.<br />Rating System <br />5 stars- Outstanding (4 out 4 ) in family enjoyed. <br />4 stars - Very good (3 out of 4) in family enjoyed. Will make no adjustments. <br />3 stars - good, might consider an adjustment <br />2 stars- Okay- will make adjustment <br />1 star- debatable I will make again, would with right adjustment <br />0 stars - Will not attempt again.</p>
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