This sweet Asian-Hawaiian fusion dish was crazy-lazy easy to make. Dude, I was being so casual about it that I finished making the dish and took a bite before I remembered to add pineapple. I mean, like, DUH! I’ve often heard that fried rice is cooked best when using day old cold rice. With that in mind I bought one of those little “fully cooked” bowls of plan rice. I never bought one of those before. It’s youtube. All those broooos showing “what I eat in a day” or casual vlogs with food. I’ve seen some body builder chick use of one those pre-cooked rice packets (different brand). Another was vegan cheetah’s bruh use daiya brand cheese. These are 2 purchases that were subconsciously influenced by youtube. Fuckers. Making my life taster. So I think we pay 50 cents-$1 a lb for rice (I know aldi has even cheaper). Let’s compare that to my little precooked cup of rice cost $1.69 for 7.5 oz. Dude, more than $3 a lb. I really feel myself relaxing and not sweating the small stuff lately. It’s still a cheap delicious meal. I’d say this was a single serving. Feel free to double the recipe.
1/2 cup dry rice (or 8 oz pre-cooked), 1-2 TB soy sauce, 1 TB fresh grated ginger, slice of onion chopped, chopped garlic clove, 1/2 cup pineapple chunks, 1 cup frozen veggies, 1 TB sesame oil, salt, sesame seed & green onion for garnish
- Cook 1/2 cup of dry rice with 1 cup of water
- Put 1 TB of oil in skillet and saute onion & garlic with salt. Add ginger after a few minutes.
- Once onions are softened add cooked rice and pour soy sauce to taste. Stir fry around and add 1 cup frozen veggies. Add a few drops of water if rice starts to stick. Once veggies are soft throw in the pineapple.
- Pour in bowl and garnish with green onion & sesame seed. ENJOY
For more details on this recipe watch my video below. This was inspired by Vegan Huggs recipe.