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Vegetable fried rice is super quick to make, super healthy, and super tasty. Change it up by adding whatever veggies you like. You can even add some leftover diced chicken or steak if you like.
1. Heat the oil in a large skillet (or a wok) over medium high to high heat.
2. Add to the hot oil, the onion and carrot. Cook and stir for about 1 to 1 ½ minutes.
3. Add the bell pepper and broccoli. Cook and stir for about 1 to 1 ½ minutes more.
4. Add the water chestnuts. Cook and stir for about 30 seconds.
5. Add the leftover cooked rice. Cook until the grains have separated and the rice is warmed through.
6. Toss in the spinach.
7. Stir in the soy sauce.
8. Make a well in the middle of the rice, exposing the bottom of the pan. Pour the eggs into the well and stir the eggs keeping them in that well until they are cooked.
9. Now stir everything together, remove from the heat, and serve.
I’ve found that almost everyone has their own way of making rice. In my rice cooking method, I first soak the rice, then drain it and then toast the rice along with spices until it’s fragrantly nutty. To accentuate the nutty flavor in this recipe, I add toasted sesame seeds and toasted coconut, which is a fun twist on a classic pot of rice.
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