The egg yolks give this impressive microwaved teriyaki fried rice recipe a wonderful golden color and rich flavor. Try with Minute® Ready to Serve Jasmine Rice.
Why sit around waiting for takeout when you can have restaurant-quality Teriyaki Fried Rice ready in no time? Full of flavor, this surprisingly simple dish calls for ingredients you probably already have!
Heat rice according to package directions.
In medium bowl, combine egg yolks, teriyaki sauce, green onion and sriracha sauce. Stir in frozen vegetables until well coated; microwave on High for 2 to 3 mins or until heated through.
In separate small bowl, beat egg whites with 1 tbsp water; transfer to lightly greased microwave-safe bowl. Cover with plastic wrap, pulling back small area for venting.
Microwave on Medium-High, stirring several times during cooking, for 60 to 90 secs or until egg whites are set but still slightly moist. Let stand for 1 min.
Stir rice and egg whites into vegetable mixture.
Stir in crumbled cooked bacon or ham if desired.
When the craving hits, it’s tempting to pick up the telephone and spring for take-out, but when there are so many quick and Easy Homemade Fried Rice.
– Microwave: As you can see from this recipe, you can make fried rice without, well, frying! In a few minutes, with only a microwave, you can have that traditional dish you’re craving. If you´re not a huge fan or if you simply don’t have any teriyaki, you may prefer a more traditional Microwave Egg Fried Rice.
– Stove: If you prefer to prepare this traditional dish the old-fashioned way, grab a skillet and get going on some of our filling fried rice recipes. If your fridge is packed after the holidays, take those leftovers and get creative! In just 30 minutes, you can be serving up big bowls of veggie-packed Southern Turkey Fried Rice! You could also chop up some rotisserie for a similar Chicken Fried Rice meal.
Sweet, tangy, and savory, teriyaki sauce has a complex flavor profile that’s hard to match. It’s undoubtedly a great addition to your condiment shelf in your fridge – that distinct flavor is irresistible in recipes like this Teriyaki Mushroom Fried Rice. If you don’t have any on-hand, chances are you have a suitable alternative in your fridge, even if the dish won’t taste exactly the same.
– BBQ: The most similar sauce equivalent would be barbecue, though you’ll want to add a dash of sugar as teriyaki is a sweeter sauce.
– Worcestershire: This sweet and savory sauce is a pretty decent substitute; however, the sauce isn’t as thick and it won’t be quite as savory.
– Soy: Though this is a tempting option, soy is much saltier and lacks brown sugar, ginger, and garlic.