Fried Rice ~ An Inauthentic but Delicious Recipe

This recipe is not very authentic, but it is delicious and it has a Cuban twist! (Recipe for one)

Arroz Frito

Rice:
1/2 Cup Uncooked Rice (If brown, use Trader Joe’s quick cook  basmati)
1 Clove Garlic
Olive Oil
“Egg”:
1/5 Block Tofu
Canola Oil
A drop of Trader Joe’s Veggie Broth
1/2 tsp Just Mayo (very important)
Pepper
Kala Namak
Goya Garlic Powder

OR

Follow Your Heart Vegan Egg
Veggies:
Scallion
Onion
Carrot
Sauce:
Soy sauce
Earth Balance
Sesame Oil

Rice

Cook rice according to package instructions. Include the clove of garlic, scored, and a circle or two of olive oil. Cook rice as far in advance as you can and put it in the fridge. Fried rice works best with old, dry rice.

Egg

Mince tofu into pan, add rest of egg ingredients and mix and mince thoroughly. Cook on medium-low heat and then let sit on low.

tofu scramble

OR prepare a Follow Your Heart vegan egg 

Veggies

Mince the white part of a scallion (include green if you like)(If small, use two or three). Separately mince about two tablespoons of onion. Set onion and scallion aside.

Microplane two baby carrots (or equivalent amount of adult carrot).

Sauce and finish

In pan, combine cooked rice, soy sauce to taste, 2-3 tablespoons of Earth Balance, and 1-2 drops of sesame oil (toasted preferred). Mix and heat. Then add in eggs, carrots and onions and mix again. Turn off heat and mix in scallions. Done!

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