The Best Fried Rice
There are many of us now searching for recipes with brown rice since brown rice nutrition is something that is good for us. This fried rice recipe from Brandi is a great inclusion to your weekly family planner. This can be a great way to add to your simple dinner party menu since this recipe will show you how easy and delicious fried rice can be. Fried rice is a great way to get many different ingredients and it is also a great way to experiment with flavors. Brown rice nutrition comes from the fact that the rice still has the original husk on it thus keeping many nutrients in the rice. When rice is processed to get the husk off and come up with white rice many of the great nutrients from the unprocessed rice are lost. Your weekly family planner now has a fried rice recipe that can go great with most entrees. If you are inviting friends over for a house party or if you are having family over to eat then making fried rice will be a great addition to your simple dinner party menu. Brandi gives you a recipe for fried rice that can be made quickly and with not much fuss. If you use brown rice then you will also be giving your family great nutrition while still making a tasty and filling dish.
The best way to keep your cooking time to a minimum is to always have some pre-cooked food like rice in the fridge. It is very easy to make and if you are considering making some then always prepare more than you need for the time and you can easily store the extra rice in the fridge and have it ready to go in a moments notice. Getting yourself prepared ahead of time will make your cooking life less stressful and will allow you to do other things that are on your agenda. Cooking should be fun and fulfilling and if you are making it difficult then the food will suffer for it and your stress level will rise. Keep yourself ahead of the game by preparing extra food whenever you are cooking is great since many recipes these days allow for leftovers to be used. This specific recipe can easily be made ahead of time and simply reheated.
If you have precooked rice then you can easily, within 15 minutes, have some green onion chopped add some frozen corn and peas and voila you have fried rice that many of your diners will love and you won’t feel you’ve spent all day in the kitchen. Cooking should be something that allows you to be creative without spending the whole day over the stove.Recipes like this one are great to have and will inspire you to add many new flavors into the mix thus giving every fried rice recipe a new twist. Thanks to Brandi of Aunt Bee’s Recipes Blog for this yummy The Best Fried Rice Recipe and bon apetit.
Nutrition Facts for: The Best Fried Rice from Aunt Bee's Recipes
Ingredients: Eggs, water, bacon grease or butter, vegetable oil, onion, carrot, garlic cloves, minced ginger, rice, soy sauce, sesame oil, white pepper, frozen peas, green onions.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet *The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings *Per Serving Calories 945, Calories from Fat 206, Total Fat 22.9g 35%, Saturated Fat 6.9g 34%, Cholesterol 179mg 60%, Sodium 740mg 31%, Potassium 477mg 14%, Carbohydrates 159.8g 53%, Dietary Fiber 5.3g 21%, Sugars 4.4g, Protein 21.7g, Vitamin A 69%, Vitamin C 13%, Calcium 11%, Iron 55%
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