September 12, 2022 by Beth Pierce 12 Comments
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Skip the takeout and make this tasty Pork Fried Rice with pork tenderloin, onions, peas, carrots, eggs, and green onions in perfectly seasoned fried rice. This easy skillet recipe makes perfecting fried rice a breeze. Put your leftover rice to use and have this amazing dish on the table in less than 30 minutes.
First cook and chill some long grain white rice. This is best done the day before. Then heat a little vegetable oil and sesame oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add the pork and cook until browned and then flip the pieces and brown the other side. Remove the browned cooked pieces to a plate and work in batches so you don’t crowd the skillet.
If necessary heat a little more vegetable oil and sesame oil in the same skillet. Add the onions, carrots, and peas cooking until the carrots are crisp-tender. Then reduce the heat to low and add the ginger and garlic. Cook for 1 minute while stirring. Plate the veggies and cover to keep warm.
Increase the heat to medium and melt a little butter in the skillet. Add the chilled rice to the skillet and drizzle with soy sauce. Spread the rice out to cover the bottom of the pan. Let it fry for about 45 seconds, then stir and do it again. Repeat this for about 4 minutes. If needed work in batches. Then pull the fried rice to the edges of the pan. Add a little bit of butter to the open part of the skillet. Add the eggs and cook just until set breaking them up with a spatula or spoon. Add everything back to the skillet and drizzle with a little bit of sesame oil. Add the green onions and stir or toss to combine.
This easy Pork Fried Rice Recipe combines bite sized pieces of pork tenderloin with onion, peas, carrot, garlic, ginger, rice and eggs all stir fried to perfection in a few simple steps. .
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