Chicken Fried Rice
Chicken fried rice is a great way to use up leftover chicken, rice, and vegetables. Whether Thai, Chinese, or spicy versions, these easy chicken fried rice dishes can be on the table in less than 30 minutes.See Popular Chicken Fried Rice Recipes
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Chicken Helper jump-starts a soul-food favorite. A pinch of this and that lend a cook's homemade touch.
Chicken drumsticks are served with a simple vegetable and rice mixture in this quick-fix dinner.
This Chicken and Egg Fried Rice is so speedy, simple and scrumptious, you won't care which came first. (Okay, in this case, it's the egg.)
It's possible - crunchy, flavorful fried chicken can be healthy. Eating well does not mean having to sacrifice full flavor with this oven fried chicken recipe.
Quick and easy Chinese stir-fries are a great way to get a healthy, well-balanced meal on the table without spending all day in the kitchen. Plus, do you know of anybody who doesn't like fried-rice recipes? Now hear this: We think our Easy Pork Fried Rice might the best of all the stir-fry recipes we've done to date.
Want to know one of the big secrets to keeping your New Year's resolution to eat healthier: make it easy! That's why all month during January here at Dinner for $10, we're bringing you healthy recipes that not only won't break the bank, but that fit in with a busy life. First up, this Healthy Fried Rice.
White or pork-fried rice? It's a tough decision when you order Chinese takeout--fried rice is packed with flavor, but it's also usually higher in fat than plain old white rice. And what about when you're cooking at home?
Whether served fresh from the skillet or cold and crisp the day after, this buttermilk fried chicken is perfect for dinner, a potluck, or a picnic.
Get instant access to our best easy fried chicken recipes. From oven baked to deep fried, we've got the fried chicken recipes you're looking for.
Add your own twist to the classic soul food recipe by using crunchy waffle cones in place of big, fluffy Belgian Waffles.
Few dishes have a claim on comfort food like fried chicken. The perfect fried chicken is golden and crispy on the outside and full of juicy goodness on the inside. Sharing a meal of perfectly cooked fried chicken is a little slice of paradise. Learn how to cook fried chicken and you'll have a crowd-pleasing meal for any day of the week. But be warned: people might start finding all sorts of reasons to stop by your house at dinnertime.
With all due respect to a certain goateed colonel, as well as a nod to Olive Oyl's better half, fried chicken is just better when you fry it up yourself. The breading piled on at your favorite takeout fried-chicken joint is just too much of a good thing, and also too much of things you'd probably like to cut down on, namely salt and fat. OK, we admit to having a soft spot for the occasional bucket of the stuff, but the money we save by firing up our own fryer is all the incentive we need to opt for home cooking.
It always sounds easy -- Chinese Pork Fried Rice -- but, unless you've tried to make it yourself, that authentic taste and quality seem hard to match. (Maybe that's why you order out so many times but have never actually tried to make this dish yourself.) Well, it's safe to go back to the wok, now, because nothing could be easier -- or more fun to make -- than this delicious, authentic recipe for Chinese Pork Fried Rice.
This old time fried chicken recipe is great for having friends over or watching a game. The chicken is crispy, delicious and is served well with a bit of coleslaw.
A twist on a classic chicken fried steak recipe to make every member of a household with Southern and Asian heritage happy.
Ever since the Middle Ages -- when that first daring person decided to toss small pieces of meat into a pot of hot fat simmering over an open fire -- people have loved the taste of fried food. Frying was a preparation method used by many ancient cultures; back then, no one was counting calories or worried about unhealthy fats. Now we know better.
If you're looking for the secret to perfect fried chicken, the kind that you might only make once a year but that you construct an entire backyard summer celebration around (because homemade fried chicken is just that good), then it seems there's one direction to look, and that's South. So I checked in with some bona fide Southern cooks (some famous, some not) to get their take on the classic. First off, the one thing that every chef, no matter what part of the South they're from, agrees on is that you must, must, must marinate your chicken in buttermilk for at least a few hours or, preferably, overnight.