|Treasures of the Smokies|
|by Junior League of Johnson City|
Companion cookbook to Smoky Mountain Magic, this cookbook offers another glimpse of the great food enjoyed in East Tennessee.
Results 81 - 90 of 209 for chinese fried rice
Bring to 1 ... onion and the rice (1/2 of the ... rice. Perfect for perking up an everyday dinner of chicken or pork chops. Makes about 3 cups or 4 servings.
Heat oil in ... sauce and cold rice. Heat until ... Sprinkle chopped scallions on top. Serves 4. Note: Ham, chicken or veal may be substituted for shrimp.
To accompany your ... reach for the rice box and... Cook ... your indoor dining spot. This will serve 8 people with hearty portions or 10 moderate portions.
Melt butter in ... frozen peas, cooked rice, scrambled eggs ... stir until heated through and peas are tender, about 5 minutes, low to medium temperature.
Fry bacon; add celery and onion. Saute until tender. Add rice and soy sauce; stir. Add beaten and mix until egg is cooked.
Saute onion in ... Add the cooked rice. Add the ... Scramble the egg. Add to the rice and meat mixture. More soy sauce may be added to taste. Serve hot.
Heat oil in ... long grain minute rice. Saute until ... mixture. Cover and let stand for 5 minutes. Stir before serving. 4 servings. Recipe can be doubled.
Heat chicken broth ... bean sprouts and rice and cook until ... into rice mixture. Serve immediately, sprinkled with cilantro and sesame seeds. 4 servings.
Bring 1 cup ... saucepan. Stir in rice. Remove from ... for perking up an every day dinner like chicken (barbecued or not). Pork chops, or even hamburger.
In a hot ... lightly browned. Add rice and saute (rice ... eggs, soy sauce and salt; add to rice mixture, stirring constantly. Add vegetables until done.
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