Chicken Fried Rice. Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper. Chinese Chicken Fried Rice II Chinese Chicken Fried Rice II. Chicken fried rice, just like they serve in the restaurants!
Stir in chicken, salt and pepper. Add eggs and vegetables; heat through, breaking eggs into small pieces and stirring to combine. Ok maybe my six year old doesn't because of the veggies inside, but I am pretty sure he is the only one out there. 🙂 For my birthday dinner with my family I chose to go to our favorite little chinese restaurant. You can have Chicken Fried Rice using 10 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Chicken Fried Rice
- Prepare of Cooked chicken.
- It’s of long grain rice (or 3 1/2 cups instant).
- You need of soy sauce.
- It’s of vegetable oil.
- You need of Onion soup mix.
- It’s of onion, chopped.
- It’s of mushrooms, sliced.
- Prepare of celery, chopped.
- Prepare of green pepper, chopped.
- Prepare of water.
Prep the ingredients: Making fried rice is fast, so have all of your ingredients ready and by the stove. Dice your chicken into small cubes and salt it, whisk the egg, make sure all the veggies are diced and ready to go. Scramble the egg, then remove it from the pan. You want to cook the egg first so that it doesn't end up overcooking and so that the egg stays in larger pieces.
Chicken Fried Rice instructions
- Combine all ingredients into a roasting pan or dutch oven. Cover and bake for 1 1/2 hours at 350°F.
- If you wish you can substitute the chicken for another meat. The picture above I used shrimp.
Easy Chicken Fried Rice Recipe: authentic, restaurant-style Chinese chicken fried rice recipe using chicken, rice (leftover or fresh), veggies, soy sauce, and chili sauce. This Benihana Chicken Fried Rice is the perfect copycat recipe for homemade hibachi, just like the one served at Benihanas. It's super delicious and easy to make at home, no tricks required, only lots of garlic butter. Anyone who's been to Benihana will agree that their fried rice is so tasty, and not to be missed. Why buy Chinese takeout when you can make your own Chicken Fried Rice at home?