Healthy Fried Rice Recipe
1 tablespoon macadamia nut oil OR avocado oil (or other healthy cooking oil), partitioned
3 huge eggs
5-6 scallions (otherwise known as green onions), root and 2 creeps of green top evacuated, hacked (about ½ cup)
1 huge carrot, destroyed or julienned (about ½ cup)
½ cup solidified peas
2 cups cooked dark colored rice
3 tablespoons natural tamari* or low sodium soy sauce
1 teaspoon rice vinegar (no sugar included)
1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil
½ teaspoon crisply ground ginger
new split dark pepper
Warmth ½ tablespoon oil over medium warmth.
In a blending bowl, whisk the eggs into a uniform blend until well join and season with a little squeeze of ocean salt and crisp dark pepper.
Add the eggs to the container and scramble. When cooked expel the fried eggs from the skillet to a plate and save for some other time.
Include the remaining ½ tablespoon oil to the skillet over medium warmth; include the scallions and carrot and sauté 3-4 minutes until mellowed.
Add the solidified peas to the skillet, at that point include the rice, tamari, rice vinegar, toasted sesame oil, and ginger. Mix well to consolidate, the warmth from the container will rapidly defrost the peas.
Mood killer the warmth and mix in the fried eggs. Season with a touch of ocean salt if necessary it will rely upon the sodium substance of the tamari and different fixings.
Turn the warmth to low and cook an additional 5 minutes until the whole dish is warmed through.
Water chestnuts, bean grows, edamame and pretty much some other veggie you like would likewise be a flavorful expansion to this dish.
*Tamari is sans gluten soy sauce and tastes simply like customary soy sauce. You can discover it in the ethnic walkway of most supermarkets or at an Asian market.
Customary fried rice begins with white rice and huge amounts of unhealthy oil. While that may taste great, it’s extremely unhealthy and hard on your stomach related framework.
Along these lines, I chose to switch up the arrangement and a portion of the fixings and set it up in a healthy manner. My adaptation isn’t fried in any way, yet I couldn’t think about another name to consider it that would tell you what it is so I’m calling it Healthy Un-Fried Veggie Fried Rice, or simply Healthy Fried Rice. 😉
Fried rice has such a particular flavor, and I believe it’s similarly as great the un-fried way. This is likewise such a decent method to go through any cooked darker rice you have extra from different dishes.
This dish is brimming with healthy fiber, protein, great fat, and great carbs, and is stacked with nutrients, minerals and cell reinforcements. Your entire body will thank you for it.