Tasty leftovers fried rice recipe

Posted in Recipes.
sponsored-image

It was this fried rice recipe which got my kids over the refusing to eat rice line and into the I want to eat rice every day arena. Good news is, it’s super easy to whip up with average fridge contents, it’s filling for little appetites and it’s just as tasty cold as it is hot!

Now, it’s not the traditional Chinese fried rice we all love, but it’s pretty good all the same. My own cherubs love this fried rice hot or cold in their lunch boxes all year round. Insulated food jars are a must for transporting such food safely and I highly recommend Kids Konserve and Thermos brand containers – they’ve gone the distance in our home.

Lets-Cook-fried-rice-ingredients

Ingredients

1 cup of basmati rice
2 eggs
3 bacon rashers, diced
1 large carrot, peeled and grated
3 spring onions, finely sliced
1 cup frozen peas and corn, thawed
½ red capsicum, diced
1 tablespoon light soy sauce
vegetable oil

Method

  • Cook the rice until tender, according to instructions on the packet. I confess I’m useless at cooking rice so I use my trusty rice cooker – there’s no shame in that! Drain your rice if required and set aside.

Lets-cook-fried-rice-egg

  • Heat a dash of oil in a non-stick wok or large frypan over a medium heat. Lightly beat the eggs, add them to the wok or pan, swirling the egg around the base to form an omelette. Cook for a couple of minutes and flip the egg over, cook a further two minutes and transfer to a cutting board or plate. Cut into short strips.

Lets-Cook-fried-rice-wok

  • Bring the wok or frypan back up to heat and add the bacon, cooking for a few minutes until golden. Add the carrot and capsicum, stir fry for one minute. Add spring onions, peas and corn and finally the cooked rice. Cook, stirring for three to four more minutes. Add the egg slices and the soy sauce. Stir until heated through. Serve immediately!

Lets-Cook-fried-rice-hero

This recipe makes around four to five serves – the more you add to it the further it goes – we love the additions of shredded chicken, broccoli or bean sprouts.

Do you have a recipe that’s a hit every time? We want to know about it! You can send us your favourite recipes, and while we can’t reply to each submission, we’ll certainly let you know if your recipe is chosen to be shared with the Babyology community. We can’t wait to hear from you and look forward to seeing your culinary creations!

0/5 (0 Reviews)

Share

Get more babyology straight to your inbox