This is my go to fried rice recipe. Usually eyeballed but due to many interested inquiries I thought I'd add the recipe for your convenience.
It's a definite favorite in our home especially with my husband who loves steak. Due to my families love of Asian food, I always have Asian sauces and ingredients on hand stocked ready to whip up when we have those sudden Asian cravings. A great quick recipe to feed a crowd or for a quick weeknight meal when you have to use up your veggies.
1/2 lb Ribeye Steak (thinly sliced)
1/2 tsp Cornstarch
1/4 Green Bell Pepper (julienne)
1/4 Red BellPepper (julienne)
3 to 4 Mushrooms (sliced)
3 to 4 Asian Mini Corn
2 to 3 Bok Choy (Chopped)
1 Carrot (sliced)
1/4 Red Onion (sliced)
Handful Sliced Water Chestnuts
Handful Sugar Snap Peas
1.5 to 2 cups Cooked Rice or Cauliflower Rice
-Season your steak with salt/pepper and cornstarch then add your sliced steak to a hot pan with a little butter.
-Brown and cook for 5 minutes until slightly caramelized on edges and brown.
-Pull out then add your veggies with a little more butter on high heat and sauté in salt/pepper for another 5 to 7 minutes until slightly wilted, then pull out.
-Add a little oil or butter and crack in your eggs and scramble them then pull out.
-Now make the sauce in the same pan using:
-Give it all a whisk and bring it to a boil then add your cooked rice or cauliflower rice and give it a mix.
-Now throw back your steak, veggies and scrambled eggs and give it all a good toss.
-Let it heat through, check your seasonings then serve garnishing with fried garlic, sesame seeds and green onions.
**You can alter to the veggies you like and the type of meat you like.
**Adjust the sweetness to your liking;
for less sweetness: cut the sweet chili sauce
for more: mix in a little brown sugar
**Fried Garlic is just sliced or chopped garlic fried in oil until golden brown, pull out and drain on a paper towel.
**Cauliflower Rice is just chopped cauliflower in a food processor. Just add the florets and pulse until they are crumbled to the size of rice.