Sunday, April 29, 2012

Benihana's Fried Rice recipe

I remember the days we could take Taylor to one of her favorite spots for Hibachi. Benihana's. We used to go there after church on Sundays, but that was before her diagnosis. No more Benihanas for Taylor. Cooking everything on one surface is a recipe for disaster for her now. It is ok though. Because I can make the items for her at home easily. Their fried rice has always been a favorite in this house. I love to keep some in the fridge because it reheats nicely for a quick meal option. 
Benihana Fried Rice recipe
naturally gluten free
1/4 cup chopped sweet onion
1/4 cup chopped carrots
1 TBSP chopped green onions
2 cups cooked rice
1 tsp salt
2 TBSP butter
4 eggs
2 tsp canola oil
1 chicken breast, cooked
1 teaspoon sesame seeds
1/2 tsp  pepper
1/4 cup braggs amino acids or gluten free soy sauce
Scramble eggs and chop after cooking. Saute chopped onion, green onion and carrots until done and mix with chopped scrambled egg and chicken. mix cooked rice with vegetable, egg and chicken mixture. Add sesame seeds and salt and pepper. Stir in cream butter and soy sauce into the mixture and serve.
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  1. Having dietary issues is no fun but this fried rice recipe looks quite tasty.

  2. Woohoooooo!! Top 9!!! Well done and congratulations. :)

  3. I love a good fried rice and this recipe looks delicious! Congrats on the Top 9!

  4. I love fried rice! Congratulations on making the foodbuzz Top 9!

  5. I love Benihana fried rice! Its sooooo good. Love that you posted this. WIll have to try it out soon!

  6. I love Benihana fried rice! Its sooooo good!!! So glad you posted this! Will have to try it sometime soon.

  7. Mmm this sounds like the perfect fried rice! Thanks for sharing!

  8. It seems interesting. I like the way how you explained recipe, it is very clear and it seems not so complicated to make.


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