Unfried Chinese Rice

"I love Chinese rice and this is sooooo goood without all the oil."
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  • Steam rice according to your steamer's direction.
  • Place all other ingredients in a large bowl.
  • Put hot rice directly on top and let sit for 2-3 minutes stir well and serve immediately.
  • Does not include cooking time. Servings are approx.

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  1. susan.connelly
    Love this recipe, as a new owner of a rice cooker I am very impressed! I added some green prawns to the rice at the last 12 minute mark then dumped the other ingredients in when it changed to the warm cycle and I needed to fluff up the rice. Totally delicious!
  2. Ninna
    If only we had know of unfried rice before. This was amazing and I will make it often now that I know how. Because I was using egg whites only I decided to cook them along with the bacon and spring onions. I used Weight Watcher’s bacon (very lean short cuts) to lower the fat content even more. I lightly cooked the bacon along with the spring onions in a medium pan, added the peas then pushed them to one side in the pan to cook the egg whites. When the whites were cooked I added the spices and soy to the bacon mixture and mixed them together along with the cooked whites, which didn’t need chopping because they were soft – they just stirred into the mixture in pieces. Then I continued with the recipe as written. It was so quick and easy and my husband loved it. Thank you homegirl for sharing your recipe. We think it is worth more than five stars. Glen
  3. Liz A.
    I've made this countless times, with different additions (tonight was leftover pork loin) and it always comes out delicious. Everyone in the family loves it and I love that it comes together so easily and makes great leftovers!
  4. soliloquy
    I actually steamed everything together in the rice cooker except for the scrambled eggs, which I added at the end, and it turned out great! Very neat idea for rice!
  5. Belinda in Austin
    I loved this! I got a new rice cooker, and went in search of recipes, for it. I had leftover pork ribs, so I used those, for the meat. I added a little grated carrot and sesame oil, for flavor and crunch. Oh, and I scrambled the eggs, in the microwave, too.Thanks...will definitely make, again, when leftovers "happen!"


  1. GeeWhiz
    A great way to use jasmine rice and much healthier than fried. I used corn instead of peas. My kids especially liked it. Thank you!
  2. bluemoon downunder
    A great low-fat alternative to fried rice, which Ill make again. Tasted very much like the real thing, but much lower in fat! I thawed the peas and I added some broccoli florets in step two and a handful of fresh beanshoots after step three. Served with Millers Soused Mushrooms Recipe #22986. Very tasty low-fat meal. Next time, I'm going to use snow peas instead of the frozen peas. Thanks for sharing!



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