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Updated on September 19, 2009


any chicken works well
any chicken works well
five minute bags of rice are fast and easy
five minute bags of rice are fast and easy
adds great flavor to your dish
adds great flavor to your dish
small onion work better
small onion work better
2 eggs scrambled add nice color and flavor to your rice
2 eggs scrambled add nice color and flavor to your rice
really makes for a awesome fried rice
really makes for a awesome fried rice
any rice wine vinegar works well
any rice wine vinegar works well





3-lbs boneless chicken

4-cups of white rice 5 minute bags of rice

½ cup of soy sauce

4- Ounces of bean sprouts

1-small onion


Salt & pepper

8-ounces of fresh pea pods or snow peas

1-can of peas (optionally)

2-ounces of scallions

¼ cup of vegetable oil

2-table spoons rice wine vinegar

Any other cooked vegetables that you like can be added to you rice.

Preparing the chicken

On a flat surface cut your chicken into bite size pieces, then heat up a skillet pan with a drop of vegetable oil, add the cut up chicken with salt & pepper, followed by ¼ soy sauce let simmer for about 5 to 7minutes until cooked, place chicken aside for now.

Next boil white rice for about 4 to 6 minutes please note to add salt to the pan as the rice is cooking, when rice is done, place aside while preparing other ingredients.

Take small onion and scallions dice into small pieces, then take your pea pods and peal the side off that looks like a string you don’t want to eat those makes them a little tough for eating.

In a small pan beat 2 eggs adding salt and pepper to them and scramble eggs for about 2 to 3 minutes on medium heat ,set aside, drain your peas if you using them and get ready to start cooking your fried rice.

Assembling and cooking your fried rice

Now you need a very large deep skillet pan or a wok both of these will work fine, add ¼ cup of vegetable followed by your onions, scallions, pea pods cook and stir on a low heat for about 2 to 3 minutes until onions are soft.

Next add chicken then drained rice followed by peas, salt and pepper; now you ready to add 2 table spoons of rice wine vinegar, followed with ¼ cup soy sauce note you can cut down the amount of soy sauce if you want your rice to be whiter and less salty.

While stirring and mixing really well, you need to add your scrambled eggs to the mixture and continue, cooking and stirring well for about 5 to 8 minutes on a medium to high heat this will fry the rice nicely, be careful you don’t burn the rice during this process.

You should taste as you cook your pallet will tell you if you need to add more seasoning

Once you feel everything is incorporated, and cooked, to your desire, add to a large round bowl cut up some uncooked scallions to the top, and can be served as a side dish or main course.

(Cost is about 7.50 and feeds 4 adults)

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    • Vacation Trip profile image


      5 years ago from India

      Wow the pictures are simply making me feel hungry. Awesome recipe. Voted Up.

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      6 years ago

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      filling address , they have a wealth of knowledge ,tell them martin n recommened you

    • wildsurgg profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from BOSTON AREA

      Thank you allmomsnneds2know


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      9 years ago

      Yum, I'll be checking out your other recipes too. I love fried rice. Your instructions are easy to follow and it's great that you've add how much it costs to make and how many the dish feeds, great job!


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      Tesa Adams 

      9 years ago from Austin, Texas

      Yum, I love fried rice. May have to try out this recipe. I just noticed your Homemade Chicken Ziti and broccoli hub. Headed there next. I can tell I am going to leave work hungry. Thanks.......

    • wildsurgg profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago from BOSTON AREA

      Thank for your Input I appreciate your comments


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      9 years ago from Hudson Valley, New York

      Again, great pics for a great recipe! You write such awesome, easy-to-make recipes, wildsurgg. Should you get the chance, please visit these hubs:

      Thanks for sharing!

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      Alfreta Sailor 

      9 years ago from Southern California

      I liked, so I did rate you up. Although, I shouldn't have looked at this on an empty stomach. Um, um, good. Thanks wildsurgg, but no thanks, because now I have to get up a cook something. LOL


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