Fried Rice

You don't have to order from an Asian restaurant to eat amazing fried rice. Whether using chicken, shrimp, vegetables, egg, or pork, these easy, fried rice recipes assure you'll make the perfect complement to any Asian meal.

Chinese Pork Fried Rice

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This is a great way to use leftover rice. Sub in chicken breast or even more veggies for the pork, if you wish.

Chicken Fried Rice

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Spicy Jerk Pork with Fried Rice

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Total: 30 mins

Vegetarian Fried Rice

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Transform fried rice from a side dish into a sumptuous meal by adding extra eggs and lots of vegetables.

Total: 30 mins

Vegetarian Fried Rice

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Lots of vegetables and brown rice make this a healthy side dish or a light meatless main dish.

Edamame Fried Rice

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Our fried brown rice recipe calls for all the Asian flavors and colorful vegetables you love minus all of the extra grease.

Asian-Style Fried Rice and Beans

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Fried Rice

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For a fast side dish, start with precooked rice. Turn it into a main dish by simply adding shrimp or tofu.

Total: 30 mins

Shrimp Fried Rice

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Bacon adds a hint of saltiness and extra protein to this whole grain fried rice recipe.

Stir-Fried Rice with Oriental Vegetables

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Making stir-fried rice is great way to use up leftover rice. This version is packed with vegetables.

Total: 25 mins

Turkey Fried Rice

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Chicken and Egg Fried Rice

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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.)

Total: 25 mins
Total: 30 mins

Healthy Fried Rice

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You can serve this 15-minute side dish with chicken or beef for dinner or make it a light meatless meal.

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