Easy fried rice

This rice is good for a side dish but can stand alone as a meal itself. My family enjoy it both hot and cold, making it ideal for school lunches after having it for dinner (cheating but winning)! Have a go, it is easy, and oh so yummy!!


Splash of olive oil

1 diced onion

4 garlic cloves, chopped

6 bacon rashers, chopped

1 can baby corn kernels

1 cup frozen peas

2 cups cooked long grain rice

3 eggs

2 tbs butter

A handful of parsley

Dash of apple cider vinegar

Dash of soy sauce



Splash some olive oil in a heavy deep based pan and slosh it around. Add the onion and garlic and saute for a few minutes. Add the bacon and fry for about five minutes, until the bacon is cooked. Add the cooked rice, corn, peas, apple cider and soy sauce. Combine really well and leave on the stove top for about ten minutes to meld together. In another pan, melt the butter. Whilst the butter is melting whisk the eggs together. Add the eggs to the pan and stir with a fork. After one minute turn the heat off and stir the eggs with the fork once more. They should be almost done. Add the egg to the main pan and toss through the rice. Sprinkle with parsley and ta da! That’s as simple as it gets! I hope you enjoy this take on an old favourite!

Easy fried rice

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