Bacon And Egg Fried Rice



Serving Size: 4

INGREDIENTS
3 large eggs
8 ounces bacon
1 medium onion
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
5 cups cooked rice
Salt, to taste
Black pepper, to taste
1 teaspoon sugar
2 tablespoons soy sauce

Garnish
Green onions, chopped

PREPARATION
Beat three eggs in an empty bowl, add a bit of salt until well-combined.
Cut bacon into 1-inch pieces and dice the onion finely.
Heat oil in either a wok or nonstick frying pan over medium heat, and add beaten eggs. Gently scramble the eggs, when the egg is almost done, remove from wok, and set aside.
Add bacon to the wok and allow it to render down and become crisp. Once the bacon is done, take it out of the wok and set aside, along with the scrambled eggs.
Add the diced onion to the wok and stir-fry until translucent. Then add the cooked rice, make sure the rice is fluffed and cooled, and stir-fry for 2 to 5 minutes. Use spatula to break up any clumps. Add the salt, pepper, sugar, and soy sauce. Stir for another minute or so.
Once there is steam coming off the rice, and is completely heated through, add scrambled eggs and cooked bacon.
To serve, sprinkle with green onion. Enjoy.

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29 COMMENTS

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  2. Buzzfeed should stick to making crappy food with fuck ton of cheese instead of trying to make dishes from other countries.

  3. A thought: fried rice is not exclusive of asians, a lot of countries have their way of doing it, doesn't mean they copied the asian way. From where I'm from we make fried rice as well, and it is our way, would it be right for an asian to come around and tell us that we're screwing up their dish? No, because it's not only theirs, it's ours too. A nice thing about cooking is that we can all do it the way we like the best, so there is no need for a fight in the comments section over "white people and their fried rice". If you don't like it, don't make it.

  4. You should use old-age rice (I think that what it's called) rather than recently cooked rice. because the recently cooked rice will be lumpy when stir-fried and tasted too mushy. The perfect fried rice must be a little bit toasted or crusty. I think the best rice for stir fry is brasmati and thai, and I like their fried rice too. Chinese fried rice IMO is way too wet and greasy

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