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Vegetable Fried Rice

April/May 2006

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Nothing could be easier than this light version of fried rice. We've used instant brown rice, but if you have leftover cold rice or can pick some up at a Chinese restaurant on the way home, use that instead and skip Step 1.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I added broccoli and sweet onions in addition to the other veggies, it was delicious! "

21 Reviews for Vegetable Fried Rice

06/15/2014
Colorful, quick and tasty!

This vegetable fried rice was way better than the sum of its parts. I added a Poblano and a Serrano pepper because I had them and we like a little zip. This is really quick and my husband is looking forward to our leftovers for breakfast tomorrow. Yum!

Quick,healthy, filling, versatile.
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01/07/2013
Anonymous
Quick, Easy, Full of Taste

This is deeeelish, thank you for sharing!

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01/03/2013
Anonymous
so easy and practical

I'm only 14 years old so i am very happy that i found such a great recipe! I am pretty good at cooking but sometimes it gets so tiring, this recipe is a wonderful alternative to chinese takeout. it doesn't taste exactly like chinese fried rice, however it is still packed with flavor. i used uncle ben's ready rice and substituted olive oil for sesame oil. i also used sweet onions instead of scallions and it as great! this only took 25 minutes from start to finish so i would imagine that this would be a fast recipe for busy moms :)

anyone can make this dish, quick and easy
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05/24/2012
Anonymous
Fast, easy, good.

It's pretty good. I usually add shrimp. Finish it off with a sprinkling of white pepper and a dash of sesame oil - you won't regret it.

tasty, cheap, uses up leftover rice & veg
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05/14/2012
Yum

I liked it a lot. Good basic recipe to use whatever veggies you have on hand. This last time I just used onion, mushrooms, and snap peas. Delish! I think the fresh ginger is key too.

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