Veggie Fried Rice

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Veggie Fried Rice

30 minutes
Calories 110kcal

Ingredients

  • 102 grams rice (Miracle, prepare according to package directions, weigh and set aside in a serving dish)
  • 39 grams eggs (Miracle, prepare according to package directions, weigh and set aside in a serving dish)
  • 10 grams oil (Miracle, prepare according to package directions, weigh and set aside in a serving dish)
  • 12 grams butter
  • 19 grams bok choy (Miracle, prepare according to package directions, weigh and set aside in a serving dish)
  • 8 grams snow peas (Miracle, prepare according to package directions, weigh and set aside in a serving dish)
  • 7 grams carrots (Miracle, prepare according to package directions, weigh and set aside in a serving dish)
  • 2 grams soy sauce (Miracle, prepare according to package directions, weigh and set aside in a serving dish)
  • 7 grams macadamia nuts (Miracle, prepare according to package directions, weigh and set aside in a serving dish)
  • 1 pinch white pepper (Miracle, prepare according to package directions, weigh and set aside in a serving dish)
  • 1 gram oil (Miracle, prepare according to package directions, weigh and set aside in a serving dish)
  • soy sauce

Instructions

  • Weigh the raw egg and mix the oil into the egg very well.
  • Add the butter to a small 8-inch non stick pan and melt on medium heat.
  • Scramble the egg and oil mixture in the melted butter.
  • Remove the cooked egg from the pan and place it directly on top of the prepared Miracle Rice.
  • There will be extra oil and butter remaining in the pan.
  • Add the veggies to the same pan and sauté them in the remaining butter and oil.
  • Cook them to your liking.
  • Remove the veggies from the pan and place them on top of the eggs and rice.
  • Scrape all of the fat out of the pan onto the fried rice.
  • Add the soy sauce, macadamia nuts and the seasonings to the fried rice and stir the mixture around to evenly incorporate all of the ingredients.
  • Notes You can use any protein you want.
  • Firm tofu, cooked chicken and even baby canned shrimp would be good options for kids.
  • Change the vegetable to suit your preferences.
  • Peas and carrots are familiar to most kids, but green onions, red bell peppers, and shiitake mushrooms would also be great additions.
  • The macadamia nuts are not traditional or necessary to the recipe.
  • You can use more oil if you don’t want to use nuts.
  • I included them because I like the added crunch.
  • In the family version of fried rice, I often like to add cashew nuts.
  • This is a great option to bring to a chinese restaurant if you want to eat out!

Nutrition

Calories: 110kcal

Originally posted 2019-02-20 18:40:59.

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