The BEST Fried Rice EVER

susan simons

By
@imbossmare

This comes from the friend that got my husband and I together. When I asked her for the recipe she said it's not so much of a recipe, it's kind of "some of this" and "a little of that."

I love the fact you can make this to serve 1 or 100, great for large and small families alike.


NOTE: you can put just about anything in it.

It's really good topped with sweet and sour sauce.

Rating:
★★★★★ 1 vote
Comments:
Serves:
1

Ingredients

FOR EACH SERVING, PER PERSON:

1 c
rice
1 slice
bacon
2 Tbsp
onion
1
egg
1 Tbsp
plus extra to taste soy sauce
2 tsp
sesame oil
1/2 c
diced vegetables or use can use frozen mixed vegetables

MULTIPLY FOR HOW MANY PEOPLE YOU ARE SERVING

Step-By-Step

1Heat frying pan over medium heat.
2Dice up raw bacon pretty small (1/4 inch "ribbons" across the slice. Add to pan and cook until crisp. DO NOT DRAIN GREASE.
3Add sesame oil to bacon and fat in pan.
4Add chopped regular onion, saute until transparent and begining to turn golden brown, OR add green onion. Saute for just a few moments until white parts become soft.
5Lower heat a bit (just so things don't start to burn), and add vegetable. Stir fry until tender.
6Whisk together soy sauce and egg.
7Add cooked rice to pan, folding and stirring so rice mixes well with other ingredients.
8Move rice mixture off to one side of pan, and slide pan so that side is slightly off heat.
9Add egg to "clean" side of pan, stir to scramble a bit. Once egg has begun to set, move pan back over heat and mix egg into mixture.

Season to taste with extra soy sauce.

If you have it on hand you can add a little fresh ginger to the egg/soy mixture. Toasted sesame seeds are nice but not necessary.