Rice Cooker Fried Rice

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Did you know that you can cook almost anything in a rice cooker?  Well I didn’t.  I am all about easy and this my friends is almost too easy!  You throw everything in and turn the rice cooker on and set it and forget it! (Isn’t that an infomercial?  Haha)  It is delicious!!  Flavor is awesome and rice is cooked perfectly.  It makes a great side to any meal!

Rating: 4 stars  Difficulty of Recipe: 1 star
Things that I changed: I didn’t add the onion or bacon.  So I skipped the part of cooking the onion and bacon in the oil before adding the rice.  I did add Spam to my rice though.  (I never have used Spam until my sister in law made her delicious fried rice.  It is so good!)  
Things that I would do differently next time: Nothing
Recipe From: Food.com


2 cups beef stock
2 cups rice
1 Tbsp oil (flavor infused oil works really well)
250 grams of bacon (or chicken, spam, ham, any meat you like!)
1 onion sliced
1 tsp minced garlic
1 cup frozen vegetables (I used peas and carrots)
2 tbsp soy sauce

1. Turn Rice Cooker to cook and add oil, bacon, onion, and garlic.  Stir frequently until onion is soft.
2. Add rice to rice cooker and coat in oil.  
3.  Add the frozen vegetables and beef stock and mix well.
4. Turn the rice cooker on and let it do its thing!
5.  When finished stir in soy sauce and serve!  Enjoy!
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  1. says

    Awesome Recipe! Although it may be helpful to readers who attempt the recipe to clarify whether the rice is cooked or uncooked when you put it in the cooker. I wasn’t sure and although it’s kinda obvious, I’d like to think I’m not the only one who missed that. :p

  2. Stephanie says

    Just tried this last night for make ahead school lunches. It was a little dry straight out of the rice cooker, so I just stirred in some more beef stock. I also added some scrambled eggs at the end. SO good!!

  3. Elise says

    Great recipe! Made it for dinner and added 2 raw/whisked eggs on top with spring onion when nearly done with the soy sauce on top and let sit till ready to serve. Was awesome :) I could eat it as a meal itself instead of a side!

    • Alyssa says

      There should be a cook setting on your rice cooker and it will cook until it is done. Usually takes about 20-30 minutes.

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