Hello Fellow Food Adventurers,
I’m always catching myself with a ton of leftovers from all those holiday dinners that aren’t enough for a regular meal. My solution is throwing it all in a pan and making fried rice. This is great for if you have any left over chicken, beef, pork and vegetables. Here’s how you can try it out!
- 4 Cups of jasmine rice, chill in the refrigerator over night
- Vegetables of your choice frozen is fine:
- I usually always have frozen carrots and peas
- 2 Eggs
- Lightly beaten
- Left over chicken, turkey, beef, shrimp or pork
- 4 tbs Soy sauce
- 2 tbs Oyster sauce
- 2 tbs of canola oil
Pan: Medium Heat Cooking Time: 20 Minutes Serving: 2-4 people
How to put it all together
- Scramble the eggs, cook, and place them in a bowl for later.
- Place the canola oil in a large saute pan or wok over medium heat.
- Break up the chilled rice and put all of it in the pan and saute for 5 minutes.
- Next, add the soy sauce and oyster sauce to the rice and cook for another 5 minutes.
- Then add the meat and vegetables of your choice cook for an additional 10 minutes.
Now you are ready to enjoy your leftover fried rice. Boring leftovers will be a thing of the past with this recipe!
Eat Well & Adventure On,
Kat is a 22-year-old food adventurer that is willing to go to any lengths for a good meal. She lives in Watertown, MA where a good restaurant is always around the corner and inspiration is always in the air, like the smell of freshly baked bread. Her love for food and finding a good deal inspired her to start her own food blog called, Kat’s Food Adventures, where you can follow her trying new recipes, snagging great food deals, and reviewing restaurants. She’s joined The Collabor-eight for “Foodie Friday” where she will be sharing everything and anything food related every week.