Brown Thai Inspired Fried Rice

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This brown fried rice is a great side dish for stir fries and Asian inspired dishes. I love to make my fried rice Thai style which uses fish sauce, but if you don't have that you could leave it out and increase the soy sauce. This is a perfect compliment to Asian Turkey Meatballs. Double the recipe for more people.

This brown fried rice is a great side dish for stir fries and Asian inspired dishes. I love to make my fried rice Thai style which uses fish sauce, but if you don’t have that you could leave it out and increase the soy sauce. This is a perfect compliment to Asian Turkey Meatballs. Double the recipe for more people.

This brown fried rice is a great side dish for stir fries and Asian inspired dishes. I love to make my fried rice Thai style which uses fish sauce, but if you don't have that you could leave it out and increase the soy sauce. This is a perfect compliment to Asian Turkey Meatballs. Double the recipe for more people.
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Brown Fried Rice

245 Cals 9 Protein 44.5 Carbs 3.5 Fats
Total Time: 45 mins
Yield: 3 servings
COURSE: Side Dish
CUISINE: Chinese, Japanese
This brown fried rice is a great side dish for stir fries and Asian inspired dishes. I love to make my fried rice Thai style which uses fish sauce, but if you don't have that you could leave it out and increase the soy sauce. This is a perfect compliment to Asian Turkey Meatballs. Double the recipe for more people.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup uncooked short grain brown rice
  • cooking spray
  • 1 large egg, 1 egg white, scrambled
  • 4 large scallions, chopped
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 to mato, chopped
  • 2 tsp soy sauce, or more to taste
  • 1 tsp fish sauce, optional

Instructions

  • Cook brown rice according to package directions.
  • When rice is cooked, spray a heated nonstick wok with spray oil and add the eggs and cook a minute or two until done. Set aside.
  • Spray more oil to the wok and add the scallions, tomatoes and garlic. Saute about a minute, then add the rice.
  • Add soy sauce and fish sauce, stir to mix all the ingredients.
  • Keep stirring a few minutes, then add cooked scrambled egg. Adjust soy sauce if needed to taste and mix well another 30 seconds.

Nutrition

Calories: 245kcal, Carbohydrates: 44.5g, Protein: 9g, Fat: 3.5g, Fiber: 4.5g
WW Points Plus: 6
Keywords: Freezer Meals, Kid Friendly

 

 

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34 comments

  1. I like this recipe. Thanks for sharing.
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  2. Can I use peas instead of tomatoes?

  3. I made the brown rice according to your instructions above. It took over an hour to not be crunchy and was gooey. I'm aaawful with brown rice. That being said the end result was very yummy. I used peas/carrots instead of tomatoes. Thanks! Any suggestions on the brown rice initial cooking?

  4. This sounds really tasty, definitely going to try! Question…have you ever used bulgar wheat for something like this or any of your other recipes?

  5. Making this tonight with the Asian glazed drumsticks!! Can't wait!!

  6. Can I use regular white long grain rice instead of brown? Thanks. Erica

  7. Would this recipe work if you omit the fish sauce? I have annoying seafood allergies. Thanks!

  8. Hi Gina,Yor recipies are so amazing!!! I am making this woth the seasme crusted chicken tenders. Thanks Gina!!!

  9. Sure why not!

  10. would this work with brown basmati rice as well? i have both that and regular brown rice but would like to use up the basmati rice, as long as it doesn't compromise the recipe.

  11. I just started WW today, and I was quite panicked about how to stay on this program, while still cooking dinner for my hubs and 2 children! This website is amazing; I am sooo thankful for you for doing this! I am so excited to have all these recipes with the points already figured out. Just made out my shopping list for the week and am so psyched to try these out! 🙂 Kristen H., Long Island, NY

  12. I like to soak my brown rice at least an hour or more before cooking. 1 cup rice, 2 cups water and salt and bring to a boil. Cover pot and simmer on low for about 40 – 50 minutes. Test it to make sure it's done, then fluff with a fork.