Consider reaching for your indoor or outdoor griddle to make fried rice: The surface gets nice and hot and provides a large area to cook up a big batch of fried rice for a crowd.
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- 4 serving(s)
- Total Time:
- 25 mins
- 4 tbsp.
canola oil, divided
- 4 oz.
shiitake mushrooms, stemmed, caps sliced
- 4 oz.
cremini mushrooms, quartered
Kosher salt and pepper
- 6 oz.
kale, leaves torn into bite-size pieces (save stems for other use)
cloves garlic, finely chopped
- 4 c.
cooked long-grain rice
- 1 tbsp.
- 2 tsp.
sriracha, plus more for serving
large eggs, beaten
- 2 tsp.
toasted sesame oil
- Step 1Heat stovetop griddle on medium-high or outdoor griddle on high. Drizzle with 11/2 tablespoons canola oil and spread on surface. For outdoor griddle, reduce heat to medium-high. Add mushrooms, season with 1/4 teaspoon each salt and pepper, and cook, turning occasionally, until golden brown, 3 to 6 minutes for stovetop; 5 to 6 minutes for outdoor; transfer to plate.
- Step 2Drizzle griddle with 1 tablespoon oil and spread on surface. Add kale and 1/4 teaspoon each salt and pepper and cook, turning and tossing, 1 minute. Toss with garlic and cook 1 minute; transfer to same plate.
- Step 3Drizzle griddle with 1/2 tablespoon oil. Add rice, spread in even layer, and cook, undisturbed, 1 minute. Drizzle with soy sauce and sriracha, fold to combine, and move rice to edges of griddle to create well in center.
- Step 4Turn off heat; add remaining tablespoon canola oil, then eggs and cook, stirring constantly, until nearly set, 30 seconds to 1 minute. Fold eggs into rice along with mushrooms, kale, and sesame oil. Serve with additional sriracha if desired.
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (per serving): About 422 calories, 19.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 93 mg cholesterol, 513 mg sodium, 52 g carbohydrate, 3 g fiber, 2.5 g sugar (0.5 g added sugar), 10 g protein
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