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Fried Rice with Pea Pods

Boneless pork cooked in sesame oil, a boxed rice pilaf, eggs and fresh pea pods are all you need to make this scrumptious, easy meal.

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Serves 4

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8 ounces boneless pork
2 teaspoons sesame oil
1 package rice pilaf (6 ounces)
2 cups water
2 egg
16 pea pods

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Directions

  1. Cut pork into cubes. Pour sesame oil into a skillet that has a lid. Turn heat on to medium, add pork and cook, uncovered, until meat is brown. Stir often.
  2. Add rice with seasoning packet to skillet, pour in water and stir. Heat to boiling, reduce heat to low, cover and allow to cook for 25 minutes without stirring or lifting lid.
  3. At the end of the cooking time for the rice, remove lid and increase heat to medium. Still do not stir!
  4. Beat eggs in a small bowl. Push rice over to one half of the skillet. Pour eggs into open place in skillet and stir (eggs only) until firm. Gently blend eggs into rice and pork and spread evenly in the pan (over-stirring can cause the rice to become gummy).
  5. Place pea pods over rice and continue cooking over medium heat for two minutes until pea pods are tender.

Make your own rice pilaf instead of using a boxed mix.

Preparing Rice Pilaf with Chef Don McMillan

Nutritional information for Fried Rice with Pea Pods

Calories: 319
Calories from Fat: 64.5

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 7g 11%
Saturated Fat 1.5g 8%
Cholesterol 46mg %
Sodium 906mg 38%
Total Carbohydrates 43.5g 14%
Dietary Fiber 1.5g 5%
Sugars 3.75g ~
Protein 21g 43%
Vitamin A 5% Iron 16%
Vitamin C 14% Calcium
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs

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Boneless pork cooked in sesame oil, a boxed rice pilaf, eggs and fresh pea pods are all you need to make this scrumptious, easy meal.

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