When it comes to take out Pork Fried Rice, you always need to go above and beyond it to see if you can master it. My version of the dish is close to the classic dish, just a couple little things have been changed. I’ve come to the conclusion that this recipe was given all thumbs up from the family. Yes I know take out is so much faster. To me though, knowing exactly what ingredients are in the recipe makes it so much better.
I started off with leftover pork roast from the night before. When you can make meals like this from leftovers, you can’t go wrong. At this point I diced up the pork roast into bite size pieces. Next add a little olive oil to the pan and add the diced pork loin. Heat thoroughly. Add a dash of salt & pepper, a couple cloves of garlic.
Once pork has been heated up, add the mixed vegetables. This time I added Green Giant Fresh Cauliflower Crumbles mixture. It contains cauliflower, carrots, onions and broccoli. Consequently this is the same mixture that I used for my Veggie Pizza recipe. Cook the pork and veggies until they are tender.
After the vegetables are tender, you will add your cooked white rice. For a big family like mine I will make about 2 cups of rice. A cup of rice will work just fine for a family of four. Blend all of this together and dash with sesame oil and soy sauce. In another skillet scramble up 3 eggs and cook until done. You will add this to the mixture of pork, veggies and rice.
Once everything is stirred together you should be able to check to see if it will need more sesame oil or soy sauce.
Til next time,