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Leftovers for Breakfast

Chef Yuji shows us how to use leftover rice

Rice is a staple of at-home Asian cooking. It’s not only used as a main ingredient, but it’s also enjoyed on the side of main dishes, like Mongolian Beef.

Chef Yuji

The easiest and most common way to cook rice is with a rice cooker. It only takes about 30 minutes to cook. Because rice is used so much, it’s often made in large batches to be used throughout the week. After many delicious meals and you’re at the bottom of the batch, what do you do with the leftovers?

Chef Yuji has the answer. This quick Breakfast Fried Rice is best enjoyed on the weekend…after a night out on the town perhaps?

Breakfast Fried Rice

Breakfast Fried Rice Finished
Breakfast Fried Rice Egg

Step 1: Add chopped onion and garlic to a little bit of hot oil.
Step 2: Add your leftover rice.
Step 3: Add a few veggies, egg, and some crispy bacon.
Step 4: For the finishing touch, an over easy egg on top.

Fun fact: during the P.F. Chang’s dinner rush, we make several large batches of rice per hour!