“Ham Fried Rice” Veggie Style with a Twist

This quick and healthy twist on ham fried rice is a favorite of mine and my kids.  I actually use steel cut oats instead of brown rice, mostly because they are so quick to make. Also, oats offer more nutrients overall than brown rice. Hope you enjoy!

"Ham Fried Rice" Veggie Style
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Servings Prep Time
2 servings 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
2 servings 10 minutes
"Ham Fried Rice" Veggie Style
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
2 servings 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
2 servings 10 minutes
Ingredients
  • 1 cup cooked brown rice or steel cut oats we use steel cut oats--they are fast and have more nutrients
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup frozen peas and carrots
  • 4 tsp liquid aminos
  • 1 tsp rice vinegar if desired
Servings: servings
Instructions
  1. Cook brown rice or steel cut oats according to directions. Cook eggs as desired. I just mix them in a bowl and microwave them for 1 1/2 minutes. Mix in warmed peas and carrots, aminos and vinegar. Serve.
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  1. Hi Sandi, I have found liquid aminos in nearly any grocery store, certainly Whole Foods, usually in the Asian section near the soy sauce and rice vinegar. BRAGG Liquid Aminos is the brand I’ve found. It is also on Amazon:

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0006Z7NNG/ref=mp_s_a_1_1_a_it/130-1046828-1586964?ie=UTF8&qid=1521003893&sr=8-1&keywords=brag+liquid+aminos&dpPl=1&dpID=41ZzxIS2L%2BL&ref=plSrch#productDescription_secondary_view_div_1521003946474

    Here’s what Bragg says on the link above about the benefits:

    Bragg Liquid Aminos is a Certified NON-GMO liquid protein concentrate, derived from soybeans, that contains the following Essential and Non-essential Amino Acids in naturally occurring amounts Alanine Arginine Aspartic Acid Glutamic Acid Glycine Histidine Isoleucine Leucine Methionine Phenylalanine Proline Serine Threonine Tyrosine Valine Lysine Great on Salads & Dressings, Soups, Veggies, Rice & Beans, Tofu, Wok & Stir-frys, Tempeh, Casseroles, Potatoes, Meats, Poultry, Fish, Jerky, Popcorn, Gravies & Sauces, Macrobiotics. Ingredients Our Bragg Liquid Aminos are made from health-giving, NON-GMO soybeans and purified water. They are an excellent, healthy, gourmet replacement for Tamari and Soy Sauce. Not fermented or heated and Gluten-Free. Bragg’s has a small amount of naturally occurring sodium. No table salt is added. If less sodium is desired use a 6 oz. Bragg’s spray bottle and dilute with 1/3 distilled water or to taste and then either add in or spray on food.

    A source of delicious, nutritious, life-renewing protein.
    Taste you’ll love – Nutrition you need.
    Great on salads, veggies, dressings, soups, rice, beans, Wok foods, tofu, gravies, jerky, poultry, fish, popcorn, meats, casseroles, potatoes and most foods.
    Contains important healthy amino acids

    Supplement FactsServing Size: 1/2 tsp (2.5ml) Amount Per Serving % Daily Value***Total Fat0 g0%Trans Fat0 g0%Cholesterol0 mg0%Sodium160 mg6%Total Carbohydrates100 mg0%Protein310 mg Vitamin A0%Vitamin C0%Calcium0%Iron0%
    *Daily Value Not Estab

  2. Mrs. Day,
    I am going to try this recipe tomorrow and can’t wait. It looks so yummy. I sure wish you would publish all these great dishes. I am on a a program that allows me to count calories. I write everything down daily on what I eat. I allow myself between 1200-1500 calories a day. No snacking in between meals. One thing that keeps me from nibbling is sucking on ice. I can do this with no problem. I go through a 32 oz. cup four times a day. I wake up between 6:30 and 7:00 AM. I had a pace maker placed and it makes the difference between night and day. By the way, my cardiologist is adorable. Oh my goodness, I am writing a journal. Thank you again for all the yummy foods. Can’t wait till your next post.

    • Dear Sharon! Thank you for your kind and beautiful comments. You share some gems here for all of us. I too have found writing to be such a powerful tool for mindful eating. Grazing has long been a pattern of mine which I work to replace with alternatives as well—walking, reading, breathing, painting, writing…I have not enjoyed a cup of ice and I believe I will prepare one for myself to enjoy tomorrow! Thank you so much for taking the time to write and share your great example of willingness, creativity and dedication. I wish you the very best in your journey! Fondly, Jane