Fried Rice – How To Make Fried Rice – Chinese Food

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Hey everybody welcome back to The wolfe Pit Today I'm going to show you how to make beeffried rice better than in a Chinese restaurant! It's quick and it's easy, so let's get started!! I have 1 pound of sirloin that I've cut intothin bite size pieces, that I'm going to marinate in soy sauce andsesame oil.

Give it a good mix to get the meat well coated.

Add a little corn starch and give it a goodmix.

Then set aside and let it marinade for aboutten minutes.

I have my wok over medium heat and I'm goingto add about a teaspoon of vegetable oil.

Now I'm going to scramble some eggs.

The reason I like doing this separately isso that the eggs and rice don't all clump together and there's little bits of egg throughoutthe rice.

Add a little salt and pepper.

Fry the eggs for 60 seconds.

Then break up the eggs in little pieces andset aside.

Here's the meat after marinating for 10 minutes.

I've increased the heat to high and now I'madding a tablespoon of vegetable oil.

Followed by the marinated beef.

Stir fry the beef for two minutes.

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After 2 minutes remove the meat and set itaside.

Now I'm adding diced onion.

I like a lot of onion so I'm going to adda lot.

You can add as little or as much as you like.

And some minced garlic.

Stir fry for 30 seconds.

Now I'm adding frozen peas and carrots.

You can add whatever kind of vegetables youlike.

Stir fry for 30 seconds or a little bit longerif you like your vegetables softer.

Now I'm adding cooked rice and it's very importantyour rice is dry! If you use fresh cooked rice it's going tobecome a gloppy mushy mess.

Day old rice is best, or you can cook freshrice and spread it out on a pan and place it into the refrigerator for a couplehours to dry.

Now give it a mix to get the rice and vegetablescombined.

Now I'm adding toasted sesame oil.

Soy sauce.

Now stir fry the rice and vegetables for twominutes.

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Now add a little sugar and a little salt.

Finally add the eggs and meat back in.

Now stir fry for another 2 minutes until eveythingis well combined and heated through.

There you have it, beef fried rice.

Better, healthier and less expensive thanin a Chinese restaurant! Now here is my poor attempt at using chopsticks! Thank you all very much for watching, I hopeyou give this a try! Please don't forget to like and subscribeand come back every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday for new recipes and cooking videos!.