Stir-fried rice is a quick and tasty lunch for us. You can add almost any kind of vegetables from your fridge and a little protein. We had leftover roast pork today, so I made stir-fried rice with pork and onions. This time, I used the cooked pork. If you only have fresh meat, you need to cook the meat before you add the rice to the wok.
Ingredients for Stir-fried Rice with Pork and Onion
- Rice: 250ml
- Water: 400ml
- Pork (I used leftover roast pork today)
- Onion: 1 small size
- Spring Onion or Chives
- Garlic: 1-2 cloves
- Ginger: 1 piece
- Salt, Black Pepper
- Soy Sauce: ½ tablespoons
- Vegetable Oil: 1 tablespoon
- Cook the rice with slightly less water than usual.
- Chop up the garlic, ginger, onion and spring onion or chives.
- Chop up the pork into small pieces.
How to Cook Stir-fried Rice with Pork and Onion
- Heat the vegetable oil in a wok, add chopped garlic, ginger, and then add chopped onions.
- Add the cooked rice, salt, black pepper, cook on a medium-high heat, occasionally stirring.
- When the rice starts getting crispy, add the pork on them, occasionally stirring.
- Pour the soy sauce, letting it slide down the sidewall of the wok, so that you can add a burnt soy sauce flavour.
- Turn off the heat, sprinkle the spring onion or chives and serve.