Healthified Fried Rice

When I was home for Christmas, my mom turned me onto a very simple, yet very delicious way to make a healthy fried rice.  We made it two times while I was home and I’ve made it a couple times since for David and I and we all approve, so here is the recipe! There isn’t exact ingredients for it; you tailor it how you like it!

Healthified Fried Rice

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Chopped veggies – broccoli, water chesnuts, onions, carrots, snap peas

Brown rice

Egg

Non-stick spray

Teriyaki or oyster sauce

Optional: Chicken or another type of meat

Directions:

1.  Cook the meat if you chose to add.  In this recipe, I chose not to add any.

2.  Cook the rice

I used "boil-a-bag"

3.  Chop the vegetables if they aren’t already.  I use my handy little food processor and chop them up in about 5 seconds flat.

4. Put the veggies in a pan with the cooked rice and scrambled egg and pour either your teriyaki or oyster sauce in.  Stir-fry for a couple of minutes and voila, you’re ready to eat.

 

I garnished the dish with some cilantro which was a nice added bonus.

We ate this as a meal, but it would be good as a side dish too!

Question:
What’s your most unhealthy recipe that you found a great way to make it healthy? 

3 Responses to Healthified Fried Rice

  1. julie says:

    Omg i.wana make this

  2. diana says:

    that looks really good . I can even eat it with out the soysauce thought!

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