Looking for a fast Shrimp Fried Rice recipe to make tonight? With delicious ingredients, simple cooking steps and our Minute® Instant White Rice, it’s hard to beat this easy, flavorful dish.
Try this quick recipe for Shrimp Fried Rice for a complete, ready-to-eat meal in no time.
Prepare rice according to package directions. Set aside and allow to cool.
Meanwhile, heat oil in a large, nonstick skillet on medium-high heat. Add ham, mushrooms, peas and green onions and cook for 2 minutes, stirring frequently.
Add shrimp to the pan and cook, stirring occasionally, for 4 minutes, or until shrimp turn pink.
Stir in rice, soy sauce and egg. Cook until egg is set, stirring occasionally.
For a meatless version of this dish, substitute extra chopped vegetables and/or cubed tofu for the ham and shrimp.
Are you a fan of fried rice? Our Shrimp Fried Rice is a great recipe for a fast lunch or weeknight meal. Made with all the key ingredients of delicious fried rice, it will leave you full and satisfied with extra time to spare.
This shrimp fried rice is the best way to replace last-minute food delivery orders with homemade meals. With little more than a few vegetables, ham, shrimp and our Minute® Instant White Rice, this meal comes together faster than you can say “more, please.” Using just the basics, it’s delicious fried rice without all the fuss!
This recipe involves minimal cooking. Start by simply sautéing your fresh vegetables. After a few minutes, it’s time to add in the raw shrimp. Once they’ve turned pink, you’ll be minutes away from finishing this fried rice. Yup — it’s that easy. Simply finish with a dash of soy sauce and a lightly beaten egg. It doesn’t get more classic than that!
Thanks to this quick recipe, you’ll have a tasty shrimp fried rice in no time. The best part is, you can also make this recipe vegetarian, or try out our Veggie Fried Rice with Brown Rice. Find everything you’re looking for with Minute® Rice. Want to try more seafood meals? Try our Creamy Avocado, Crab and Rice Salad. If you want more meat-free meals, try our Red Beans and Rice recipe with vegetable, instead of beef, broth.