Easy Teriyaki Fried Rice
for 4 servings
- 2 tbsp oil
- Cooked pieces of meat (chicken, beef) In this recipe I used thinly sliced mortadella because that’s the available meat in my kitchen
- *string beans
- 1/2 cup teriyaki sauce
- 1/2 cup oyster sauce
- 2 tablespoons soy sauce
- 2 tablespoons sesame oil
- 3 eggs
- 4 cups of rice, cooked
- pepper and salt to taste
- spring onion
- 2 tbsp toasted sesame seeds ( I add more because I love it)
You can also used 2 cups of frozen mixed veggies available in the supermarket.
- Heat the pot and then add the oil. I use pot instead of pan so I can mix the ingredients without having to worry about the ingredients jumping out anytime during the mixing process.
- Crack the eggs and put them in. Once the eggs are almost cooked, start mixing the egg. I don’t beat them prior to cooking because I want to see the bigger strips of egg white and not just the yellow part of the egg.
- Add the cooked pieces of meat. Allow the meat to brown a little.
- Start adding the sauce and seasonings: teriyaki, oyster sauce, soy sauce, salt, and pepper.
- Add the vegetables and rice.
- End by adding sesame oil, toasted sesame seeds, and spring onion.
- Mix until the sauce has generously colored the rice brown.
I love playing with friend rice. I can add whatever available ingredients I have in the kitchen and use those to complete my rice bowl. Although there is a recipe above, allow yourself to play with this recipe. Be flexible by adding the ingredients you like or by decreasing the amount of some of the sauces depending on which taste you want to be highlighted.
Sauce. In my case, I don’t want the teriyaki sauce to be strong that is why I try to always balance it by adding oyster sauce.
Toasted sesame seeds. I always put this in my rice whether fried rice or plain rice. These toasted sesame seeds add a nutty, toasted flavor to rice.
Spring onion. Never forget to add this. Add some on top before eating and then mix the rice. For me, any fried rice is not complete without this. It adds that fresh, yet strong flavor in your rice.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this recipe.
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