Asian food fans will love this fried rice recipe, made with Minute® Ready to Serve Jasmine Rice, soy sauce and tons of fresh vegetables.
This delicious, veggie-filled, Asian-style fried rice is made with Minute® Ready to Serve Jasmine Rice and soy sauce.
Heat rice according to package directions.
Heat oil in a medium skillet over high heat. Add ginger and sauté for 1 minute.
Add carrot and pepper. Cook for 2 minutes.
Add rice and soy sauce, and stir to combine. Cook for 1 minute.
Serve rice garnished with green onions.
Jasmine rice is a type of long-grain rice typically grown in South East Asian countries, such as Thailand and Cambodia. Jasmine rice has a more aromatic and sweeter flavor than regular white rice. Although jasmine rice is typically used in Asian cuisine, it is also delicious used in recipes from around the world. For example, try it in this Italian inspired Pumpkin and Spinach Layered Casserole.
Sesame oil is used to give food a distinct Asian flavor. It can be used to sauté meats and vegetables, and can also be added to dressings and marinades. You can typically find sesame oil in recipes for Asian dishes like this Easy Sesame Hoisin Shrimp With Rice and Quinoa recipe.
The easiest way to grate ginger is with a microplane grater. You can make things easier for yourself by storing your ginger in the freezer before grating it. Once you have mastered how to grate ginger, why not learn how to make this quick and easy Smoked Salmon Poke Bowl with Jasmine Rice?
In addition to this Veggie Fried Rice recipe, grated carrots can be used to add texture and flavor to a wide variety of sweet and savory dishes. Try them in desserts, such as carrot cake, or salads, like this Asian Shrimp and Rice Salad.
Plenty of recipes call for either red, yellow or green bell peppers, but have you ever wondered what the actual difference is between them? The truth is that they are more similar than you might have guessed. They are really just the same pepper but at different stages of the ripening process, with green peppers being the least ripened, yellow in the middle and red being the most ripened. Red peppers tend to have a sweeter taste than green peppers which are more bitter. Yellow peppers are somewhere between the two in the bitter/sweet taste spectrum. For a great recipe which uses green bell peppers, check out this simple Red Beans and Rice recipe.
For something with Latin American flavor, try this Mexican Rice Recipe.