Fried rice is one of my favourite dinners, been loving it since i can remember. I usually have it accompanied with something else like sweet and sour chicken or satay chicken, but sometimes I enjoy it just by itself. Fried rice is such a versatile dish you can virtually add anything to it and it’ll taste good. One of my favourite things to add is chicken. This fried rice chicken recipe is almost the same as my regular fried rice recipe, the only difference is the chicken (and a bit of onion)!
It is a very simple recipe. All you need to do is cook the rice, fry the bacon, chicken and then the egg. Add all the ingredients together and stir!
How to make fried rice chicken
Prep 5 minutes – Cook 20 minutes – Serves 4-5
- Long grain rice – 3 cups
- Diced bacon – 500g (18 oz.)
- Finely diced chicken – 500g
- 7 eggs whisked
- Shallots sliced – 1 cup
- Corn kernels – 1 cup
- Soy sauce – 2 tbsp
- Chicken stock powder – 3 tsp heaped
- 1 Small onion diced
- Oil – 2 tbsp
Begin cooking rice in microwave or rice cooker. Meanwhile, in a large frypan with 1 tbsp oil on medium heat, add bacon and onion and fry until brown. Increase heat to a medium high and add chicken, keep stirri g and fry 2 minutes or until seared.
Remove all ingredients from frypan and place onto a paper towel. Add remaining oil and turn to a low heat, add egg and cover for 5 minutes or until cooked. Slice egg with flipper (spatula) and mix with bacon, onion and chicken.
Add soy sauce and chicken to frypan and combine. Add chicken and shallots and stir well, serve and enjoy!