A simple recipe for pork fried rice features one tablespoon butter; one 6-ounce boneless pork loin, chopped; one egg, beaten; and one cup of cold cooked rice. Additional vegetables include 1/4 cup chopped carrot, frozen peas, chopped broccoli and one green onion, chopped. Seasonings are soy sauce, garlic and ginger.
Over medium heat, melt the butter in a large non-stick skillet or non-stick pan. Cook and stir the pork, broccoli, carrots and green onions in the melted butter for at least seven to 10 minutes until the pork is thoroughly cooked.
Remove the pork mixture and put in a separate bowl and return the skillet to medium heat, then scramble egg into the skillet until completely cooked.Return the pork mixture to the skillet. Add rice, soy sauce, garlic powder and ground ginger powder into the pork mixture and stir. Let it cook for the next seven to 10 minutes.
The nutritional values for this simple fried rice recipe: Calories 557 kcal (28%), Cholesterol 148 mg (49%), Fiber 3.1 g ( 12%), Sodium 811 mg (32%), Carbohydrates 80.6 g (26%), Fat 13.3 g (20%) and Protein 26.1 g (52%). Percentages in parentheses refer to the proportion of the daily recommended intake of the nutrient supplied by one portion of the recipe.