Rice Cooker Fried Rice

"Everyone knows that Rice Cookers are convenient and save time, but did you know you can cook almost anything in them? Even Fried Rice. Try this simple, fast delicious recipe that will have you craving for more. I often make this dish for bbq's and it is ALWAYS a BIG HIT."
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  • 2 cups rice
  • 2 cups beef stock
  • 1 tablespoon oil (flavoured infused oil works very well)
  • 250 g bacon (cut into strips)
  • 1 onion (sliced)
  • 1 teaspoon minced garlic
  • 1 cup frozen mixed vegetables (corn kernels and peas will do)
  • 2 tablespoons soy sauce


  • Turn Rice Cooker onto cook.
  • Add oil, bacon, onion and garlic to Rice Cooker.
  • Stir frequently until onion is soft.
  • Add rice to Rice Cooker and coat in oil.
  • Add frozen vegetable and beef stock and mix well.
  • Place lid on Rice Cooker and let it do its thing.
  • When finished mix in Soy Sauce and stir.
  • Serve.
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  1. bryce031
    I know it's a silly question, but I have to ask because I truly don't know - does the recipe call for uncooked or cooked rice? Do I need to cook the rice ahead of time?
  2. Anonymous
    Rice got sticky. Not good.
  3. George C.
    Can I use vegetable broth and leave out the bacon ? A family member is a vegetarian.
  4. marybear30
    I am going to be making this for the first time today. I have all the ingredients i need for this, but I'm confused about how much water to use. Am I only using beef stock and letting it all cook in the beef stock? Or am I gonna be adding more water to it? I'm using jasmine rice the package says 2 cups of rice takes 3 cups of water.
  5. J6gibs
    I tweaked it just a bit and it came out restaurant grade fried rice. I did all the cooking in my rice cooker. It has an automatic shutoff for cooking rice. 3 tbsp. real butter in my rice cooker 1/2 onion finely chopped added to melted butter 1 tbsp. garlic finely chopped added to melted butter 4 slices 1/8 thick ham lunch meat cut into strips and added in with onions and garlic Cook until garlic and onion are translucent then add 2 cups water plus 1 tbsp. chicken bullion I added one beaten egg early in the cooking 1 cup rice about five minutes before rice is complete I added 1/2 can peas 1/2 can corn 2 tbsp. soy sauce I added second beaten egg when most of the water was absorbed into the rice. just poured the egg onto the rice and did not stir it in, wanted it to cook in large chunks of egg Wow that was good. Next time I will add some finely chopped green onion for a splash more color and another degree of flavor.
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