The trick to the flavorful fried rice in this edamame-packed recipe is to beat the soy sauce into the eggs before adding them to the skillet. Sesame oil, garlic, and ginger gives the rice additional Asian flavors.
Salmon, wild rice, asparagus, mushrooms, and hazelnuts give this fried rice recipe a coastal feel. Top with fresh dill and serve with lemon wedges.
This healthy dish, with shrimp as the protein, has a kick of crushed red pepper along with flavors like ginger and cilantro. Cauliflower rice has become so popular that many supermarkets sell pre-riced cauliflower in the produce section.
The cauliflower rice trend is taking off, and we're not upset about it. Swap in cauliflower rice for white rice in your favorite rice recipes to make the dish more healthful.
This Mexican-style fried rice can be enjoyed at breakfast, lunch, or dinner. A fried egg sits on top of a bed of brown rice, peppers, corn, and beans. Serve with salsa.
Red quinoa, eggplant, tomatoes, spinach, and Kalamata olives infuse loads of color into this healthy quinoa fried rice. Cook quinoa in chicken broth for more flavor.
This recipe is perfect for when you're not ready to stray far from traditional fried rice. Use brown rice to get more nutrients, and add sriracha chile sauce to taste for a kick.
Cauliflower rice is at it again, this time with an ethnic flair. This fried rice recipe is served with chicken and lots of veggies, and topped with your choice of chickpeas or peanuts for a crunch.
For those that don't know, farro is a nutritious grain high in fiber and protein and is often used as a rice substitute. This fresh take on fried rice is tossed with red onion, prosciutto, shaved Brussels sprouts, and walnuts and topped with a balsamic glaze.
Fried rice can serve as a simple side dish or get turned into a meal by adding a protein, like chicken or shrimp. Find out the secret to a perfect fried rice.
Savory and citrus make a perfect pair in this fried rice creation filled with pork, pineapple, and veggies. For a shortcut, buy pre-cut pineapple chunks instead of a whole pineapple.
Canned beans come to the rescue in this simple fried rice and bean recipe. Garbanzo, red, black, pinto -- the choice is yours when picking a bean. Although the recipe calls for only peas, feel free to pack whatever veggies you please into the dish.
If you're in the market for a Caribbean-inspired rice dish, look no further. Juicy pork tenderloin and an array of peppers make this fried rice nice and hearty. Curry powder, cayenne, ginger, and white wine are a mixture of flavors you won't be able to forget.