Tasty Tuesday: Vegetable Fried Rice

My husband and I love to order take-out Chinese food, and I have two meals I usually rotate ordering. One of those is vegetable fried rice.  I just love it because includes everything I love — rice and veggies.

When there was a great sale on frozen vegetable egg rolls a while back, I stocked up, and I’ve been wanting to make fried rice to go along with it. Last week, I finally got a chance to do it, and it was super easy. Next time, though, I plan to add mushrooms and onions. I would have this time, but I didn’t have any on hand when I made this. I also think next time I will use soy sauce rather than teriyaki sauce.

Ingredients:
1 serving of rice (amount will vary based on if you use Minute rice or slow cooking rice)
2 cups of frozen vegetables

Directions:
1. Make rice according to directions, let sit and cool.
2. Cook veggies in pan with oil until tender.
3. Add rice. Cook all together. Add more oil if necessary. Add teriyaki or soy sauce.
4. Serve and enjoy!

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