Make a one-pot supper out of your leftover rice from yesterday! Even though it takes only a few minutes to prepare, this hearty and delicious Hawaiian fried rice is packed with ham, bacon, pineapple, eggs, and vegetables. Definitely a household favourite!
I enjoy cooking, but if I can spend less time in the kitchen, the better. Steamed rice can be frozen, which is one of my favourite meal-prep tricks. I normally prepare twice as much food as I can eat at one sitting and reserve the other half for stir-fries.
This tip has helped me tremendously in terms of saving time and stress, especially when G and I are in need of a quick, hot dinner.
Hawaiian fried rice is quick, simple, and adaptable to your preferences. It’s a terrific way to use up the protein and vegetables we have on hand, as is the case with most fried rice recipes.
1 Cooking Tips
2 How to store leftovers
The procedure of creating this fried rice is fairly rapid, so have all your ingredients ready.
To ensure that the ingredients are distributed evenly without spilling and that the rice has enough room to toast well, use a wok or a big pan with high edges.
To prevent the fried rice from becoming soggy from too much moisture, use liquid ingredients like soy sauce sparingly. If necessary, add salt to taste.
How to store leftovers
Place any leftovers in a lidded jar and store in the fridge for up to 3 days or the freezer for up to 2 months.
Stir well between each interval as you reheat in the microwave for 2 to 3 minutes at a time, until everything is thoroughly warmed through.