Fried rice, making use of leftovers

Fried rice is something I make if I have a lot of leftover rice, sometimes I make a little extra on purpose just so I can make this dish. This is a simple and easy dish to make, you use what you got in the fridge. This took me less than 1 minutes to make.
This is what I used for 4 people.
4 egg scrambled
1/2 chopped onion
2 cloves crushed garlic
1 tablespoon cooking oil for frying (not olive)
1 liter boiled rice
2 teaspoons sesame oil
1.5 dl chopped prawns / shrimp
1.5 dl carrots cut into cubes
1 cup edamame/peas
Ham leftovers
Salt and pepper
Sliced scallions for garnish
Make the scrambled eggs and set aside.
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Fry the onions and garlic in a pan with oil on high heat.
When the onion is translucent and starting to get burnt edges, add the rice and fry and add the sesame oil.
When the rice is nicely fried add the rest of the ingredients and fry until everything is cooked through, salt and pepper to taste.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Sukriti says:

    Stomach growling!! 😀

    Here’s my version of Vegetarian Fried Rice and a nice Indo-Chinese gravy to go with it:

    http://www.recipeyard.com/main-course/rice-noodles-and-pasta/vegetable-fried-rice/

    http://www.recipeyard.com/main-course/gravies-and-dals/corn-veggies-in-sweet-sour-gravy/

    If you happen to make these, do let me know how they turn out 😉

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