Crispy Fried Rice and Beef


My daughter wanted rice for dinner… fried rice. It has taken me a long time to figure out how to make the rice crispy. It’s a little time consuming but soooo worth it!!!

I first cooked the jasmine rice in my rice cooker.

Meanwhile, I browned some beef cubes, added mushrooms,  white wine, salt, pepper and some Mrs. DASH, let it simmer covered until all the liquid is reduced.

I removed the beef from the pan and transferred spoonfulls of cooked rice into the same skillet with chopped onion. I added a bit of olive oil to the skillet. I kept the heat at medium high and kept alternately pressing the rice with the spoon and stirring it gently.

When the onions were mostly translucent I lowered the heat, pushed the rice to one side and cracked 2 eggs into the skillet, scrambling them. I added some soy sauce and done!

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