字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - Hey everyone, it's Natasha of NatashasKitchen.com, and today I'm gonna show you how to make the easiest chicken fried rice. It's a great way to use up leftovers, it's perfect for meal planning. And it takes less than 30 minutes to make. It's just some quick prep before we fire up the stove, so let's get started. Crack four large eggs into a small bowl and thoroughly beat them together with a fork. Set that aside, then finely chop about a quarter cup of green onion. And I do like to chop a little extra to use as garnish for later. You'll need one pound of boneless, skinless chicken thighs. Trim off the excess fat, then dice into small, bite size pieces. I love chicken thighs because they add a lot of flavor but you can use chicken breast or chicken tenders if that's what you have on hand. Season the chicken with half a teaspoon of salt and a quarter teaspoon of black pepper. Now that our ingredients are prepped and ready to go, let's fire up the stove. Place a large, preferably non-stick pan or a wok over medium high heat and add one tablespoon of oil. Add your seasoned chicken and cook for about four to five minutes, stirring occasionally or just until the chicken is fully cooked through. Transfer the cooked chicken to a separate bowl. Reduce to medium heat, drizzle in a little more oil, if needed, then add your scrambled eggs. The eggs cook super fast, so scramble with your spatula for about a minute or just until the eggs are no longer wet, then transfer them to the same bowl with the chicken. Wipe the skillet clean with a damp paper towel then drizzle in another tablespoon of oil. Now add five cups of cooked and cooled rice. Spread the rice in an even layer over the bottom of the pan and let that sit undisturbed without stirring for one to two minutes. Give the rice a stir, then saute for another one to two minutes undisturbed. The rice should sizzle. Drizzle the top with two tablespoons of soy sauce or add it to taste. Then add one and a half teaspoons of sesame oil. Next, stir in 12 ounces of your thawed peas and carrots. Add the chicken and scrambled eggs back to the pan and stir everything to combine, breaking up the eggs into smaller pieces. And finally, add your chopped green onion. Continue stirring and cooking just until everything is heated through. You can also add more soy sauce and sesame oil to taste. Oh ho, ho, ho, ho, that's what I'm talking about. It is lunch time. Ugh, and I'm so hungry for this. Yum! Love to serve it while it's hot and fresh. But this also reheats really well, so it's perfect for meal planning. All right, we're gonna jump right into this and do the taste test. Oh, yum, yum, yum. And this fried rice is loaded. And then I like to top it off with a little bit more fresh green onion. Just for a little bit of color and flavor. Okay, here we go. (upbeat electronic music) Mm, mm, mm, mm, mm. Mm. I can't believe something this easy can taste so good. It is perfectly seasoned, and again, if you wanna use a low sodium soy sauce, just add it to taste. Ugh, I love that this is a meal in itself! It's packed with protein with the eggs and the chicken and also it's loaded with sweet veggies. The sweet peas and tender carrots, I love that. And most of these ingredients you probably already have in your fridge, like, winning! (laughs) And it's also really affordable to make. Perfect way to use up leftovers. And it's really good for meal prep. So if you wanna use these little to-go containers, it reheats really well. You can pack it for work lunch, school lunch, any kind of lunch. I love having leftovers of chicken friend rice. Hey if you guys have any meal prep ideas, let me know in the comments below. And, I hope this becomes a new favorite for you. Hey, if you guys are looking for some more genius meal prep ideas, check out some of our favorites and reader favorites right over there and right down there. And before you go, I came up with a free email course and if you guys wanna get your hands on that, it's all my best tips on becoming a better cook. I'll leave a link for that in the description! And we'll see you in our next video.