Wild Fried Rice

I love fried rice.  It is a versatile dish that can be used as an accompaniment or even as a main.  Wild rice was my choice for this dish as it provides a varied texture and has more depth in flavour, and when I cooked it I replaced a quarter of the water with some chicken broth for a little extra flavour.  I put a fair amount of veg into this recipe to cut back on the carbs that usually reside in this dish.  Enjoy this simple and tasty version of Wild Fried Rice!

Wild Fried Rice

2 cups wild rice – cooked

1 egg – lightly beaten

½ tbsp vegetable oil

1 clove garlic – minced

¼ cup frozen peas

¼ cup carrots – diced

¼ cup celery – diced

1 tbsp low sodium soy sauce

¼ tsp pepper

1.  In a large frying pan heat oil and add garlic, peas, carrots and celery.  While the veg are sautéing scramble egg in another pan and set aside once done.

2.  Once veg are tender, add in rice, soy sauce and pepper, stir well and heat through.  Stir in egg.  Enjoy.

Makes 4 servings

Per Serving:

Calories 116.5       Fat 1.5g      Carbs 20g      Protein 5g

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