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In a large skillet over medium heat, heat oil. Add onion, peppers, and pineapple and cook until vegetables are soft and pineapple is caramelized, about 5 minutes. Stir in garlic and cashews.

Easy, Healthy Pineapple “Fried” Rice One of our favorite ways to get heaps of vegetables into a meal without putting too much thought into it is through fried rice dishes – well, pseudo-fried rice, in which the rice is cooked and stirred in with all of the other ingredients just before serving, rather than frying it in oil. Instructions Cook rice according to package directions. Heat vegetable or sesame oil in a wok or skillet over medium-high heat. Add onions to the hot oil and stir until clear and light brown.

Stir in garlic and cook until slightly browned. Add veggies and pineapple and cook until veggies are tender. Pineapple Fried Rice This recipe for pineapple fried rice is loaded with yummy chicken or shrimp, veggies and juicy pineapple.

A simple and easy main course or side dish that’s MUCH healthier than take-out!Then push them to one side of the pan and cook the eggs on the other side. Add the rice, pineapple, & sauces: Next, add the rice, pineapple, soy sauce, and Sriracha. Stir-fry the mixture for a couple minutes to pull all the flavors together. This easy Instant Pot Pineapple “Fried” Rice is egg free, gluten free, dairy free, and vegan!

This is a perfect plant based dinner recipe. I haven’t figured out a way to omit the oil in the Instant Pot yet, but besides the nonstick cooking spray that is used, there is no oil in this recipe. 2 tablespoons vegetable oil; 1/2 cup diced sweet onion; 1 tablespoon grated ginger root; 1 clove garlic, minced; 1 1/2 cups fresh pineapple chunks; 1/2 diced red bell pepper.

Pineapple Fried Rice is a quick, easy weeknight meal that’s much cheaper, tastier and healthier than take-out! Make it a vegetarian meal or add ham. Add chopped bell pepper and peeled and chopped carrots.

Cook about 5 minutes until tender-crisp. In a small bowl, stir together soy sauce, sugar, and lime juice. To the pan, add cooked rice, chopped pineapple, chopped cilantro, scallions, and soy sauce mixture.

Stir to combine. This healthy pineapple fried rice is a lovely blend of sweet and savory flavors. Unlike other pineapple fried rice recipes, this one is seasoned with turmeric and coriander for a more earthy flavor.

Ready in 30 minutes! Just as “coffee is life” is a motto that some people live by, my motto is “fried rice.

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In a small bowl, combine the rice vinegar, sesame oil, chile paste, gingerroot, and lime juice.

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Stir in the rice, vegetables, 1 teaspoon Sriracha, and remaining 1 tablespoon soy sauce.

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On the rice, add some avocado strips in a row and top with some spiced red pepper strips, cucumber, and scallions.

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Add the rice, the 2 tablespoons spice powder, vinegar, fish sauce, sesame oil, soy sauce, and reserved chopped pineapple.

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Combine the rice with the mushrooms and sauté for 3 to 4 minutes in the 1∕3 cup pineapple juice.

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Replace bell pepper, celery, Vinaigrette; use rice Chopped fresh and carrot with 1/2 cup each vinegar and good-quality cilantro cubed fresh pineapple vegetable oil. and mango and chopped macadamia nuts.

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2 For the rice:Whisk the remaining tablespoon of canola oil and 1/2 teaspoon of ginger, plus the lime juice and soy sauce, in another bowl.

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Add the cooked white rice or raw riced cauliflower and the pineapple.

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A bowl of rice, sliced avocado, and lemon juice squeezed on top, accompanied by a salad, is a reasonable meal, and made with common ingredients.

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Add 1 cup chopped fresh pineapple along with the rice.

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  • This tutorial is very helpful.Your fried rice is well presented and looks delicious using pineapple as for serving.New friend here.Hope you can visit me too.Ty!

  • Anyone who says pineapple doesn’t go in anything DEFINITELY has no idea when it comes to food. Pineapple goes in everything. Salads, adobo, pizza, caldereta, stew, giniling, etc.

  • You. Look so beautiful in your lovely yellow dress and long hair. Love the editing, truly accents the process and the set design. The camera angels really bring excitement to the different in

  • There is something veeeeery unique about you in a totally cute way lol you have great character. Nice job on the rice except for the chicken and egg part bcuz I’m living plant-based.

  • Not the traditional wok cooking BUT. Literally THE closest you could come as far as texture. The flavors are your own but most importantly, technique. You offer an interesting spin. I love it!

  • Your fried rice looks so delicious, my favorite dish is Fried Rice, but every time I cook it, it doesn’t taste or look as good.
    How did you get your fried rice to have that golden brown color like that?

  • If anyone wants to skip the process with the rice in the freezer, I made fried rice the other day with fresh rice (I let it cool) I used long grain rice as it is less starchy than jasmine and sticks less. Can’t wait to try this recipe with pineapple! yummy ��

  • thank you for the recipe, it looks delicious and i have to make this. First to buy the mirin, sesame and ginger, i think i have the rest.

  • you are adorable. had to sub after this fun video. I get this dish at my local Thai restaurant about twice a week and decided it was time to make my own so thanks!

  • This is the recipe I use for all my pineapple fried rice variations(chicken, shrimp, vegetarian), I swear! I make it all the time! It’s the simplest to make and remember! I only vary the peppers which I keep frozen or sometimes replace with jalapeno slices, and don’t serve it in the pineapple! Thanks!

  • Ty! I didn’t know there was a vegetarian oyster sauce �� We have a shellfish allergy here and I need to use that ingredient often!

  • I accidentally bought Crab paste tomalley sauce not the Shrimp paste, and due to corona virus, I can not return any food product. Am I able to use crab paste tomalley sauce instead? Please help! ��

  • Take the pineapple top off the pineapple & strip the bottom leaves up to 4 inches then put it in a empty peanut butter jar.fill the jar up to the nub of the pineapple then wait two weeks for new roots.Put your new plant into a flower pot with some drainage holes with some earth wait for two years.to grow a pineapple keep your new plant warm in the sunshine.

  • Hi,
    Would definitely like to try it. The funny part of your video was ” when I I saw your face expression, while you were saying ; you can add also dry raisins if you want. ”
    The same opinion, I do not want to add this to a already nice flauvoury dish. I don’t know why some people put dry raisins in Curry sauce, because the too much sugar added to the raisins gonna dominate the natural sauce.
    Thank you for the good looking Thai Food ��

  • Tried this out but had to swap some ingredients that I already had, like cooked pearl barley for rice; and macadamias for cashews. Turned out really nice. Thanks for the recipe!

  • I love pineapple fried rice it’s one of my favorite Chinese food for it tastes so good with lasagna, potatoes salad & raspberry glaze lamb ribs.& To go along with it a strawberry & champagne.������������✊������������������������������������

  • I’m curious, 2 spoons of soy sauce, 1 spoon of fish sauce, 1 spoon of oyster sauce and only 1 spoon of sugar? Wouldn’t it be too salty with that ratio? Did anybody make it already? And can they leave feedback? ��

  • I was just wondering about using fresh vs canned pineapple when voila!….you answered my question! Really appreciate your videos…can’t wait to try this recipe…looks so yummy and it doesn’t call for complicated ingredients. Thanks!!

  • Damn girl, you cute as a bug! I look forward to watching more of your cooking ideas. I too am repulsed by raisins in savory dishes.

  • David loves seonkyung unni’s food so much that he always digs in with gusto. I’m hungry looking at him eat. Usually with unni and jacob only, it’s like this peaceful sensation casual feeling of a lovely couple enjoying their meal together but with David, it’s kinda like breaks that picture lol He brings in more energy and adds in the spice

  • Oh god, this looks great! I crave this time to time, but have failed to recreate the taste at a Chinese place. This recipe is probably gonna recreate that taste. Thanks so much for this!!

  • Seriously, Food Network is missing out on a great host. Recipes are amazing, easy to follow, look so delicious, and alternative ingredients offered are a helpful detail that suit any taste or dietary need! Kudos!

  • Hi Linh how are you!! I just made a pineapple fried rice by following your video. Cheng loved it!! (though much needs to be improved….) hope you both are doing well:)

  • You can also add turmeric powder to make the rice yellow colour, and add chicken/pork floss as topping. That’s how we eat it in Singapore ��

  • They said pizza with pineapple is weird.
    You weird.
    Even seonkyoung recreate pineapple with fried rice. My mouth is watering right now. Ok bye.. Hatechu.

  • Congratulations, you made my day. I’m going to do this tomorrow but substitute chicken for Tofu as we’re going for more. Plant based now. Happen to have frozen bag of organic pineapple in freezer for smoothies, stock liquid aminos (it’s just unfermented soy sauce so wish me luck. You made it look easy! ����✅����

  • Warning I am not judging here, but I have just heard soaking chicken overnight in any acid like pineapple or lemon or lime juice will tear down the texture of the chicken and to not do it overnight. Am I the only one who has heard that? Lovely recipe can’t wait to try it. Thank you for all the delicious recipes. Much love.

  • Yess! Finally someone who washes their rice. Please do this because it’s not just the extra starch you need to do this for, it’s for sanitary purposes. If you have been in a rice mill? Omg you will definitely be rinsing!So many things running around there!

  • That’s a really cool Pineapple corer/slicer!:-D
    Now let me just say this: I love your channel,videos,etc.!! I also love making “one-pot/pan” meals! I’ve been married for 50 years to the same old fart (lol) and after being “chief-cook-and-bottle-washer” all these years, I’m looking for as many one pot/pan meals that I can find! I also like the fact that you use chicken thighs as often as possible and not breasts I have ruined too many poor chicken breasts by over-cooking,I guess! This fried rice dish of your’s looks amazing!!:-)

  • We had our children using chopsticks by the time they were about 3 or 4 my husband was Eastern European Jewish and I am Irish/Scottish/English! Manual dexterity! ❤️

  • You understand that your kid is allergic to the denatured protein, eggs denatured VERY easily and most people are intolerant to it…. Try pre scrambling the eggs well and cooking over low heat and see if that helps. Also try a different skillet, for some reason I can eat eggs done this way cooked on my cast iron. Actually eat them every day, honey and eggs is like [email protected]

  • Ok….I am certainly making this! We are going to the grocery store tomorrow….there are a few items I need, as I have some of the ingredients already! ������

  • Don’t throw the pineapple core away, it’s good as snack. It has bromelain which is the enzyme protease which helps digest protein you eat.

  • Lol this is the only pineapple fried rice recipe I use, I’m meal planning right now and looked for this video. It’s the best and my bf goes crazy for it!

  • It looks really delicious ��
    I used to cook this menu once but yours is much better really.. yummy, I’ll follow your recipe.. always love your cooking ��❤️����

  • Looks delicious. What were you using it looked like tweezers? I wonder if cooking Jasmine rice on stove would be okay would I boil rice or fry the rice?

  • My Granny used to work in the kitchen at a Chinese restaurant. One of her duties was to make the fried rice along with the most delicious fried wonton noodles, that was 30+ years ago, she taught me how 15 or so years ago. My family loves it. And yes, I agree, it’s better if you let the rice dry out for at least a day. I just fluff mine and cover it and let it sit on the stove. Good video, tfs.

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  • Pailin, maybe I should try making this pineapple f/rice using yellow curry paste instead of plain curry powder. Do you think it is a good idea?

  • I made them just like yours except curry powder and I used turmeric powder instate. I also added raisin, dry cranberry and my friends love it�� Thanks for sharing your simplicity Ingredients

  • Super big thanks from me, followed your guidance and it matches if not better than my local Thai dont get me wrong they are still better than me I did burn the rice a little but practice makes perfect:)

  • I’m tempted to cook the onions (and maybe add garlic) firstthen the shrimp right after. Wondering if this would make the shrimp taste better, or ruin the whole dish (some kind of conflict with pineapples & cashews maybe?).