Quick Egg Fried Grain


Egg Fried Rice || Simple & Tasty Egg Fried Rice || Quick Egg Fried Rice

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Uncle Roger DISGUSTED by this Egg Fried Rice Video (BBC Food)

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Egg Fried Rice | Restaurant Style Egg Fried Rice

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5 Minutes EASY Egg Fried Rice


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Normally for a fried rice, lots of veggies are added to make the dish tastier and healthier. But for this Quick Egg Fried Rice, we do not need any veggies, yet the fried rice tastes really awesome. Also as the name indicates, it can be prepared very quickly like just in 5 minutes of time, when you have the rice. Heat oil in a medium skillet or wok over medium heat.

Saute onions and green beans for 2 to 3 minutes. Pour in egg and fry for 2 minutes, scrambling egg while it cooks. Step 3. Cook the egg quickly in the pan with just enough butter to stop it sticking. As soon as it is cooked put it on the side.

Add the soy sauce and brown sugar into the rice and mix in the bowl.. Add the butter and fry. Pour the egg mixture into the mug, and mix well. Cover the mug with cling film again, and microwave for another 35 to 40 seconds. Take the mug out of the microwave, and give everything a good stir.

The egg should look fully cooked. Let the fried rice stand for a minute before serving. Enjoy!In a large skillet, saute onion in butter until tender.

Stir in the rice, teriyaki sauce, parsley, garlic powder and pepper. Cook over medium-low heat for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add the egg. Add rice, veggies, soy sauce and oyster sauce.

Sauté ingredients in oil making sure to thoroughly mix rice and sauce together. After 5 minutes of sautéing on medium heat move rice so that the middle of the wok is empty. Add egg.

Heat wok over high heat. Pour in oil, then stir in carrots and peas; cook about 30 seconds. Crack in eggs, stirring quickly to scramble eggs with. How to Make Egg Fried Rice When I say simple, I mean, seriously as simple as it gets! Scramble some eggs in tiny bit of oil or butter.

A nonstick deep skillet or Wok is best for this. Method Cook the rice following pack instructions, then drain, spread it out to steam-dry and set aside. Heat 2 tbsp of the oil in a large wok over a high. Quick, Easy Egg and Beef Fried Rice.

So, let’s now go to the meat of this post. If you are preparing this fried rice for a potluck or somebody else, be warned that you probably will end up making more. That’s how it has been in my case.

I’m just telling and I’m not playing when I said you’d end up making more.

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In a small bowl, whisk the egg yolks, then whisk in a few spoonfuls of the hot rice mixture to temper the yolks.

“Bar Tartine: Techniques & Recipes” by Nicolaus Balla, Cortney Burns, Jan Newberry, Chad Robertson
from Bar Tartine: Techniques & Recipes
by Nicolaus Balla, Cortney Burns, et. al.
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whisk, stir until the eggs are cooked through and resemble cooked rice, about 3 minutes.

“Easy Dairy-Free Ketogenic Recipes: Family Favorites Made Low-Carb and Healthy” by Maria Emmerich
from Easy Dairy-Free Ketogenic Recipes: Family Favorites Made Low-Carb and Healthy
by Maria Emmerich
Victory Belt Publishing, 2018

Add the rice, breaking up any clumps; stir-fry the rice, allowing it to heat up and grow fragrant.

“The Ultimate Rice Cooker Cookbook: 250 No-Fail Recipes for Pilafs, Risottos, Polenta, Chilis, Soups, Porridges, Puddings, and More, from Start to Finish in Your Rice Cooker” by Beth Hensperger, Julie Kaufmann
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by Beth Hensperger, Julie Kaufmann
Harvard Common Press, 2003

In small bowl, lightly beat egg; stir in 12 cup hot rice mixture.

“The Good Housekeeping Cookbook” by Susan Westmoreland
from The Good Housekeeping Cookbook
by Susan Westmoreland
Hearst Books, 2004

The key to beautiful golden eggy fried rice is to partially cook the egg then stir it through the rice when the egg is slightly runny.

“The Little Cantonese Cookbook” by Deborah Lowe Kwok Yun, Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Ltd
from The Little Cantonese Cookbook
by Deborah Lowe Kwok Yun, Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Ltd
Marshall Cavendish Cuisine, 2015

Beat the egg yolks, add the sugar, stir some of the hot rice into the mixture, then add to the rice in the double boiler and cook for 2 or 3 minutes, stirring all the time.

“Food That Really Schmecks” by Edna Staebler, Bevvy Martin
from Food That Really Schmecks
by Edna Staebler, Bevvy Martin
Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2006

rice to the mixture of egg yolks, mixing in quickly.

“Practical Professional Cookery” by H. L. Cracknell, R. J. Kaufmann
from Practical Professional Cookery
by H. L. Cracknell, R. J. Kaufmann
Cengage Learning, 1999

Stir the rice into the eggs to coat and cook, moving occasionally, until some parts are crispy.

“Newlywed Cookbook: Fresh Ideas & Modern Recipes for Cooking with & for Each Other” by Sarah Copeland, Sara Remington
from Newlywed Cookbook: Fresh Ideas & Modern Recipes for Cooking with & for Each Other
by Sarah Copeland, Sara Remington
Chronicle Books LLC, 2011

Reduce heat to low and cook for 30 more minutes, carefully fluff the rice so the rice and noodles get blended.

“Authentic Iran: Modern Presentation of Ancient Recipes” by Soraya Vatandoust
from Authentic Iran: Modern Presentation of Ancient Recipes
by Soraya Vatandoust
Xlibris US, 2015

Stir 1 cup of the hot milky rice into the egg yolk mixture.

“Mediterranean Clay Pot Cooking: Traditional and Modern Recipes to Savor and Share” by Paula Wolfert
from Mediterranean Clay Pot Cooking: Traditional and Modern Recipes to Savor and Share
by Paula Wolfert
HMH Books, 2009

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  • Than you, most people make a recipe that is specific, you made us all a base to build off, the Mark of a true cook, your providing the building blocks for us to build off of and create

  • “Uncle Roger doesn’t like induction stove. So lame. You go camping and set up a camp fire not camp induction stove. Oh come! come! Let’s sit around the camp induction stove and tell stories. Let’s make marshmallow.”

    Me too Uncle Roger. Meeeeee tooo

  • So cute and to the point, AND CORRECT AMOUNT OF SALT. loved it haha ��❤️
    Also a tip, for those who don’t have spring onions can add one or 2 small red onions and chilies for spice. I did that and turned out amazing �� also can add 2 teaspoons of vinegar for that tanginess!

  • i tried to cook but like, the rice has brown color bcoz of the soy sauce (i put too much lmao) but other than that i taste NOTHINg KSKSKS except the egg.

  • Why did you cool the egg before heating the rice?
    It’s gonna take much longer to get heat in the rice than the < 30 seconds that eggs take to scramble.
    Those eggs must be way overcooked.

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  • Thank you! It’s an extremely simple recipe! I did add some veggies and shrimp to kick it up a bit. I brought the veggies and shrimp up to room temp, then added it after I fried the eggs and before adding the rice in your steps. It worked out perfectly!

  • খুব সুন্দর হয়েছে। আপনার বর্ণনা অসাধারণ। তবে যদি কিছু না মনে করেন আমার দেখা ফ্রাইড রাইস এর সেরা রেসিপি লেগেছে

  • *The woman being proud of herself making fried rice *
    Uncle Roger, triggered: “WhY aRe yOu PrOuD oF yOuRsElF!? yOu MeSsEd Up EVERYTHING!!!”

  • Spice Eats is the best Youtube cooking channel. When I follow their recipes my cooking turns out to be so so delicious �� no other cooking channels is as good as them..They deserves millions of subscribers♥️��. Much love to u guys!! Yummy

  • i’ve made this twice now & it tastes amazing!! this kind of fried rice is also made in india, so eating this completely reminded me of my home country, thank u so much:)

  • As a white british male, I can’t judge her because I’d probably cook it worse.
    Either way, at-least I know not to rinse cooked rice.

  • Yes this person used quite a lot of salt. No idea if she or he can eat this. But I made the same with salt as per our taste and Frankly speaking it came out very well and tasty too. Not bad. But beware don’t add salt as per this video��

  • New subscriber. I’m liking the presentation, no babbling on for 2 minutes at the start like so many do. Just straight to the method. Thank you. ����

  • The best way to make perfect egg fried rice is mixing the eggs with rice and seasoning the mixture before frying it in the pan ������ I’ve never seen anyone on YouTube do egg fried rice justice ������

  • i have all the ingredients except for
    soya sauce
    a frying pan
    Spring onions
    a spoon
    a plate
    and most importantly

    M O T E R V A T I O N

  • I’m black but both my grandparents are from the Caribbean and believe me rice is a daily way of life and if I ever cooked rice like that I would’ve not only gotten beat by my grandparents but the whole family was jump in as well.

  • Thank you Mishra jee.I am an Indian student studying in Europe and this video really helped me in cooking something on my own. Thanks. It was delicious and the ingredients required to cook this dish are cheap too.

  • wow. i thought i was the only one who thinks theres too much salt and this recipe is rubbish. who seasons without putting rice in first? thats why its uneven coating

  • Okay, wtf. We’ll go point by point:

    First, the eggs: You don’t use fucking olive oil for egg fried rice. You don’t use that much salt, or that much pepper. You don’t add salt and pepper until the eggs are fully cooked, otherwise you dry out the egg(salt early) and make it look like it’s already done a quick pass through someone’s intestines(pepper early). You also won’t run into the issue of fucking up a scramble by not mixing it early enough when you crack them directly into a hot pan. You see all that shit sticking to the bottom of the pan? That’s from not giving the oil enough time to heat up, not letting your eggs sit out for 20-30 minutes, and USING FUCKING OLIVE OIL. I lied about that last part, olive oil is perfectly fine for cooking at medium-high heat, I just thought it was criminal enough to cast shade twice over using olive oil for literally any eastern dish.

    Veggies: Onions need to go in first, they take longer to become aromatic. General rule of thumb is onions take 2-3 minutes, garlic takes 1, so toss the garlic in about 1:30 2:00 minutes after the onion. Those scallions need to be cut a lot thinner. Wtf? I doubt you’re alive at this point if you use this much salt in all your meals, but why not substitute your mountain of sodium for a bit more soy sauce? Rice tastes great with soy sauce, it’s actually incredibly difficult to use too much soy sauce in fried rice and in the case you do; it provides a strong deterrent to putting too much sodium in your food. Cut out half the salt you’re using, add another tablespoon of soy sauce, and not only will the dish be more flavorful it won’t fucking kill you. We call that two birds with one stone.

    Rice:…Why are you using Basmati? Why are you bowling up when everything is clearly lukewarm? There’s no steam coming off the pan or bowl.

    About 2 tablespoons of salt, which I have no idea why you even bothered to salt the eggs as soon as they hit the pan if you were just going to drown the recipe in salt throughout the entire recipe. It’s like you were having PTSD flashbacks of that time your dog was eaten alive by snails. I understand your vendetta. I just don’t understand why you uploaded this video.

    Edit: Here’s how to make proper fried rice:
    Use leftovers or cook the rice ahead of time
    Fry the egg until nearly done, add a PINCH of salt, a few shakes/twists of pepper, put off to the side leaving it in the pan for ambient heat to finish cooking and retain heat.
    Fuck about with your veggies, nothing should have a larger cut than the diameter of your middle/ring fingernail.
    Eggs and veggies into the wok. Immediately add rice and a generous few splashes of soy sauce and a tiny amount of oyster sauce. If there’s any rice that isn’t brownish in color, you need more soy sauce. Once you get everything heated up(5-10 minutes, based on competence and timing), reach into your salt and pinch however much salt ends up between those 3 digits. GENEROUSLY pepper twice. You’ll likely add just shy of a teaspoon of pepper>mix it up>add another half teaspoon>mix>add your meat. Personally, I prefer teriyaki marinade chicken. The sweetness blends well with the salty(SALTY BECAUSE IT’S FUCKING FRIED RICE AND DOESN’T NEED ANY GOD DAMN HELP) fried rice.

  • This is pretty much how I do a quick and easy egg-fried rice (minus the black pepper.) Adding a cup of cooked chick peas (gram) with the chopped vegetables makes the dish even more substantial. ☺

  • Mam, pwede po magtanong? anong seasoning ang gamit nyo po dito at soy sauce din po anong gamit nyo gusto ko kasi ma try mam salamat po..

  • Tried this today!! It’s great! Spice eats never disappoints! Also can you please share your email? I need to contact you, planning on starting a YouTube channel! Needed to ask you something:)

  • Very good can add any combo.
    Thanks for the courage to try this.
    I just made it with abit of bacon carrot peas corn.
    Ill try it with a meat side dish and your version.

  • Egg looks more of a half fry i like them a bit more cooked like an omelette but i still love you and your videos alot, im staying alone in a hostel and cook my own food by watching your videos, theyve greatly boosted my cooking skills. Thanks alot Mr or Miss whoever you are, God bless you.
    Keep up the foodgasms

  • This is Expectation VS. Reality lmao. that rice was still white af. You were supposed to put soy sauce after the rice so you can spread it better and it looks to bland. The egg was also meh, it will be better when you mix the egg first like cooking scrambled eggs and add salt then so the seasoning will spread evenly

  • Such simple and delicious fried… Thank you �� can you please share the link of pan you use for cooking? That would be really helpful.

  • the same way how I am making it too.. but I will add chopped sausage because kids like it more. Good show and straight to the content ty!

  • I think that rice should be steamed, and not boiled. If you boil it, it remains too sticky and mushy. If you steam it, the grains remain separate and the texture is fluffy but nutty.

  • I mean really!! Everyday i wake up thinking i will take a break from cooking, and then i get a notification of yet another amazing simple to cook dish from spice eats! Eventually i end up in the kitchen.. gr8 work as always ��

  • It’s not easy to make video like this, I know a lot of you may think it does not look hard, but it’s time consuming, good job @Mishra Jee Kitchen, keep it up!

  • Hi Spice Eats! So, I love having fried rice with Chinese starters.. but when I tried making at home, couldn’t get the taste like in the restaurants.. always thought that they put a lot of MSG. I have tried your recipes before and then I saw this.. the colour looked so similar to my favourite one. Tried this with your dragon chicken yesterday… And what can I say… couldn’t believe that it tasted just like the restaurant!!! ��. M so so thankful for your wonderful recipes. My hubby and son couldn’t stop droooooooling over the dragon chicken too! Thank you once again.. keep rocking!

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  • Auntie hersha already cleared herself in bbc news that she just followed the instructions of bbc on how to cook egg fried rice. She’s an amazing person because she take the criticisms positively.

  • Really good. Thanks so much. Now I know I wasn’t putting enough oil in. I used 2 eggs, no spring onion (who keeps vegetables at home ffs) and seasoned with Thai Maggi sauce and it was the Friggin Bomb. Gonna add tuna next time.

  • Just found out this awesome channel during lockdown. Sadly i can’t make any of your recipe because of lack of ingredients. But I’m surely gonna try out every recipe once the lockdown ends.

  • IDK who the fuck u r, but u r good at bullshitting and making shit food and have ppl bitching at how you cook and get 20M views haha. Genius. BUT it might benefit you to learn how to make fried rice first before doing this channel lol. BITCH your rice is still white asf. this is not fried rice. Dogs wont even eat this shit.

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  • Your videos are really excellent. I have cooked many as per your videos and turned out to be excellent. Very easy to gauge the heat control. Thank you very much!!

  • “Where your msg?” ” It’s just white people egg fried rice.” LMAO I’m dead ����

    Gotta admit that asians do put a lot of msg in fried rice to make it tasty��

  • I’m going to make it right now, thanks for the instructions.

    oh, before I forget, something is wrong with your shirt, you better take back to the shop, ok.

  • Hello your video end accent is funny but we in europ heve rice that is clean no need to wash them. That is frst think. Second when you wash rice you put away all nutritient think. They really control lot food in Europe.

  • My grandmother has always cooked the egg together with leftover rice, so the egg coats each grain and it tastes phenomenal. When I saw that this lady cooked the egg separately, I was done. This is not the authentic egg fried rice, sorry BBC.

  • Been having an appetite issue for days now. This was the only thing that finally triggered the craziest hunger. Audio wasn’t even needed ������ Thank you

  • From a Chinese perspective: Yikes. This isn’t egg fried rice. It’s fried rice with egg and mixed vegetables…. Fried rice can stay white and take on a little salt and pepper (soy sauce is optional, and I avoid it, tbh), but…. If this is fried rice by another type of cuisine, please let me know.

  • I mean, the way she cooks rice isn’t entirely wrong since the rice she use is more like long-rice (like indica rice or Thai rice) and thats how they cook when they want dry and silky texture for fried rice but…

  • Some people are saying that it’s pointless to own a rice cooker when you rarely cook rice. I bet most of them also rarely use a blender but they have it anyway. Life is too short to only eat bread and potato. Eat more rice now!

  • I made it following the way you did with my father, it tastes really good. I added bacon to it. So thanks for sharing this way of cooking it (It was my first time making it)

  • Actually Chinese don’t know what is fride rice. I even show them the photo they don’t know but. As well as manchurian. All the restaurants are selling as chinese dish. But they don’t know. They only knows noodles.

  • Right Uncle Roger how can I get your accent… why keep get told I don’t sound Chinese enough, I think I may need to learn some of your accents.ask her just buy a Rice cooker haha all my pot cooked rice all end up burned… never good.

  • Kya bakwass recipe h,isse toh b.p bdd jaye ga,too much salt and pepper and this person is getting million views, disaster viewers

  • I like the way you presented the Egg Fried Rice.. easy to learn for beginners.
    I also have a bunch of cooking recipes in my channel… especially Myanmar Style recipes.
    Strongly recommended to check out.. much love from Big-Mouth.

  • preferably i don’t mix the uncooked egg with rice since the rice turns way too wet for my liking. instead i cook the egg first then take it out and cook the veggies and protein and sauces then add the rice and egg. You can try this out if you like:-) just a preference thing. Have a good day:-)

  • How is noone talking about how this video was made?!
    It’s so beautiful and you can see that there was a lot of effort put into it!
    The old game style is just ��

  • Looks delicious making this for my school lunch tomorrow. Hopefully I can wake up early and make it or else no lunch for me:( just plain bread.

  • Fried Rice that you should try =
    10) Kimchi
    9) Bolognese
    8) Schezwan
    7) Ladna
    6) Paprik
    5) Tom Yam
    4) Seafood
    3) Omurice
    2) Kampung
    1) Cantonese