This quick and easy fried rice has a touch of Thailand about it. From a sauce featuring Thai red curry paste and fish to ingredients like Thai chilies and basil, it takes traditional fried rice and takes it up a few notches.
Fried rice is excellent fusion food. Get a version that blends the traditional concept with Cajun cuisine for a quick weeknight dinner that will have everyone around the table lining up for another helping.
The fifth in a series of special collections of recipes for those of us (all of us?) experiencing a very different lifestyle for ... now. In these uncertain times, we're reaching out to help you and yours turn to the comforts of the kitchen to nourish yourselves, body and soul.
One of the things I love most about Thai cuisine is its wonderful ability to blend flavors. This time around, we take a cue from Thailand and blend sweetness and spice in a fried rice dish chock full of fresh vegetables, tender rice, and even tangy pineapple.
Whenever I make rice, I make more than I need. Then I can justify tossing together a fun, delicious, and super-quick fried rice dish for lunch or dinner sometime soon. Get a variation on my fried rice method that will have you whipping up a pot (or two) of rice as well!
Take breakfast for dinner up a notch when you make fried rice with your favorite breakfast ingredients. The result is a dish that's happy morning, noon, and night. What's more, it takes less than half an hour to make and hits the spot whenever you serve it!