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One of my favorite take-out dishes has always been fried rice. What about you?
Many people certainly think it aside, but I personally only enjoy it like the main meal. A generously sized cup of it, drizzled over the top with plenty of soy sauce.
This recipe for fried rice is deliciously tasty, super hearty and perfectly filling, and amazingly simple to prepare! And that’s as good as what you can find in restaurants.
Plus, mixing up and using other veggies or meats you want is fast.
I love that it uses ingredients that I usually stock, and it’s pretty easy to find a substitute for the few you do not.
I just used ingredients that all of us have in their kitchen.

all you need is:

4 C.Of cooked and chilled rice.

3 minced garlic cloves.

3 green onions, I thinly sliced them.

1/2 C.Of frozen peas

3 T.Of butter.

2 whisked eggs.

2 medium carrots, I peeled and diced them.

1 small white onion, I diced it.

5 T.Of soy sauce.

2 t.Of oyster sauce, it’s optional but It gives a great taste!!!


1 t.Of toasted sesame oil.

Salt+black pepper- to taste-.


Step 1:

In a large saucepan, I heated over medium-high heat 1/2 tablespoon of butter until melted.

Step 2:

I added one egg and cooked, stirring regularly until scratched.

Step 3:

I removed the egg, and transfer it to a different dish.

Step 4:

I added to a pan a further 1 tablespoon of butter and cook until melted.

Step 5:

I seasoned with a generous pinch of sea salt and black pepper and I added the diced carrots, onion, peas, and minced garlic.

Step 6:

I sauteed until the onion and carrots are tender, for around 5 minutes.

Step 7:

I added the remaining 1 tablespoon and half of the butter and I stir until melted.

Step 8:

I raised the heat to high, and I added the cooked rice, green onions, soy, and oyster sauce immediately, and I stir until mixed.
To fry the rice, I keep stirring for an additional 3 minutes.
I added the shells, and I stir to mix.

Step 9:

I pour the sesame oil and stir and I removed the mixture from the heat.
And now it’s ready to serve.


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