What do you make for dinner when you have leftover pork roast? Make Pork Fried Rice of course! It's a delicious, quick and easy weeknight meal.
How many times have you made a full pork loin roast only to have quite a bit left over and you find yourself in a quandary as to what to do with the leftovers, besides eating them 'as-is'?
So this time I decided to use the leftover pork to make this quick and easy Pork Fried Rice.
I don't get Chinese take-out food often, but when I do I generally get a small pint of Pork Fried Rice and Egg Drop-Wonton Soup mixed together as my meal. This recipe is delicious and perfect for a quick, weeknight meal.
How do you make Pork Fried Rice?
Start by chopping already cooked pork into small cubes; then add cooked rice, your favorite vegetables like celery, onion and garlic.
Finally, add some Asian flavors like soy or teriyaki sauce and you have a brand new meal that's ready in minutes!
If you don't eat pork, you can certainly substitute cooked poultry or beef. This Pork Fried Rice recipe will serve two people as a main entree or four people as a side dish. ~Enjoy!
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Pork Fried Rice
- Add the oil to a large saute pan and heat over medium-high heat.
- Add the celery, onions and garlic and saute for about 1-2 minutes until they start to soften; then add the eggs and stir until the egg is cooked through and chopped in small pieces.
- Next, add the pork, rice, soy sauce and honey and mix together until all of the rice is coated. Allow to cook 5-7 minutes; stirring occasionally until the rice is slightly brown in color and the pork is heated through.