Whether you’re a quinoa fan or not, we believe that you’ll find this chicken fried rice recipe to be just as bold, delicious and satisfying as your local Chinese take out. Actually – we guarantee it.
After you’ve finished prepping, prepare jasmine rice and quinoa blend according to the package directions.
Add two teaspoons of the canola oil into a large skillet over medium heat. In the same skillet, add onion and cook about 8 minutes, stirring until the onions are cooked through and lightly browned. Remove the onions, set aside; remove skillet from heat.
In a medium bowl, lightly beat eggs with 1/8 teaspoon of soy sauce. Return the skillet to the burner and add remaining teaspoon of canola oil. Swirl to coat the bottom. Add egg mixture, stirring to scramble the eggs. Remove eggs from skillet.
Pour sesame oil into the wok and bring to medium heat. Add the cooked chicken, peas, carrots and the cooked onions; stir until well mixed, about 2 minutes.
Add the rice and quinoa, green onions and bean sprouts and mix together. Continue to stir-fry for another 3 minutes. Add the scrambled eggs and drizzle the entire mixture with the 3 tablespoons of soy sauce. Stir-fry for 1-2 minutes or until well blended and heated through.
If you haven’t tried any of our fried rice recipes just yet, brace yourself, as you’re in for a real treat. And those of you who are looking to make use of their quinoa rice, this recipe is perfect for you. Our Stir Fried Chicken & Jasmine Rice with Quinoa recipe combines all the goodness of a fresh Quinoa and Rice bowl with the savory flavors of your favorite stir fried rice.
Made with our Jasmine Rice with Quinoa, this recipe is also ideal for those good eaters who aren’t the least bit extreme, but rather, prefer to eat balanced meals. We’re talking whole grains, good lean protein and all the veggies. With low sodium soy sauce, bean sprouts, and seared chicken, it’s also better than the average fried rice.
Now, if you haven’t raced to the supermarket yet, let us remind you – this recipe can be made in a pinch. Great for those necessary post-workout meals or whenever else time is absolutely of the essence – which we know can really feel like most of the time.
Many people wonder if fried rice and stir-fries are the same, and something similar happens with rice pudding and Latin arroz con leche. Discover what is Arroz con Leche by trying our creamy recipe with basmati rice. Have fun in the kitchen and learn something new every day with the help of Mahatma® Rice!
Not feeling the Quinoa? Swap out our Mahatma® Jasmine Rice with Quinoa and make this recipe with Mahatma® Jasmine Rice instead.
Step it up a notch. Toss in some toasted sesame seeds for an added depth of nutty flavors and crunch.
Want to make it vegetarian? Substitute the chicken for shitake mushrooms, a sunny-side up egg, or some of your favorite Asian vegetables.