I don’t know about you but Fried Rice is a stable recipe for family dinner at our place. This Chicken Fried Rice by Tanya from Inspired to Holistic Health is a knockout! Simple and easy to create yet deliciously yummy.
1 Tbs butter or olive oil
400G chopped free range chicken thighs roughly cubed
2 cups cooked Basmati rice or cauliflower rice
1-2 slices of bacon (nitrate free)
Diced, carrot, zucchini, and broccoli
½ cup Peas
1 onion diced
1 tsp fresh or dried ginger and garlic
1-2 eggs scrambled (optional)
2tbs Tamari (optional)
Add butter or oil to a hot pan and add onion, garlic and ginger. If using powders add these towards the end of cooking.
Add cubed chicken thighs and stir through until sealed. Add bacon. Add vegetables. Turn pan down to a low heat and place a lid over the pan so vegetables can steam and cook quicker. Cook until everything soft and tender.
If adding egg, make a hole in the middle of the pan and add egg mixture. Mix until cooked and then mix throughout the whole dish. Alternatively you can cook the scrambled eggs in another pan, slice it up and mix through before or after adding rice.
Add your rice or cauliflower rice into the pan and mix through until evenly spread. Sever into bowls.
Tanya Adams is a beautiful wife and mother to three children residing on the Sunshine Coast, Australia. She works as a Naturopath, focusing on holistic health to empower others to start their health journey. You can connect with Tanya on Instagram here.
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