Asian Edamame Fried Rice

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Make a healthier version of your favorite take-out with this Asian edamame fried rice! I'm a sucker for Chinese fried rice, but who knows how much oil is added when you order it out. Making it yourself is healthier and easy to do.

Make a healthier version of your favorite take-out with this Asian edamame fried rice! I'm a sucker for Chinese fried rice, but who knows how much oil is added when you order it out. Making it yourself is healthier and easy to do.Asian Edamame Fried Rice

This dish pairs perfectly as a side dish with some favorites like Asian Turkey Meatballs, Asian Drumsticks, Asian Grilled Chicken.

For this healthy version of fried rice I used leftover brown rice, edamame, carrots, scallions and onions. The beauty about making it yourself is you can add anything you want. If you want to make this a main dish you can add a protein such as chicken, shrimp or even tofu to keep it vegetarian. If you don't have leftover rice or want to take the time to make it, I LOVE Trader Joe's frozen (unseasoned) brown rice. It comes in a box with 3 packets (2 cups each) of par-cooked rice. It's ready in 3 minutes and is perfect every time.

Edamame, in case you're not familiar with them are green soybean sold shelled or in the pod in most supermarkets both frozen or ready-to-eat ' my two year is crazy about them!  I like to buy the shelled ready-to-eat for convenience.

Make a healthier version of your favorite take-out with this Asian edamame fried rice! I'm a sucker for Chinese fried rice, but who knows how much oil is added when you order it out. Making it yourself is healthier and easy to do.

Make a healthier version of your favorite take-out with this Asian edamame fried rice! I'm a sucker for Chinese fried rice, but who knows how much oil is added when you order it out. Making it yourself is healthier and easy to do.

Make a healthier version of your favorite take-out with this Asian edamame fried rice! I'm a sucker for Chinese fried rice, but who knows how much oil is added when you order it out. Making it yourself is healthier and easy to do.
Make a healthier version of your favorite take-out with this Asian edamame fried rice! I'm a sucker for Chinese fried rice, but who knows how much oil is added when you order it out. Making it yourself is healthier and easy to do.
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Edamame Fried Rice

202Cals8.6Protein28.5Carbs5.8Fats
Prep Time: 10mins
Cook Time: 10mins
Total Time: 20mins
Yield: 6servings
COURSE: Side Dish
CUISINE: Chinese, Japanese
Make a healthier version of your favorite take-out with this Asian edamame fried rice! I'm a sucker for Chinese fried rice, but who knows how much oil is added when you order it out. Making it yourself is healthier and easy to do.

Ingredients

  • 3cupsleftover cooked brown rice
  • 2egg whites, scrambled
  • 1whole egg, scrambled
  • 1tbspSmart Balance oil
  • 1/2onion, chopped
  • 2clovesgarlic, diced
  • 5scallions, chopped, whites and greens separated
  • 1/2cupshredded carrots
  • cooking spray
  • 1cupready-to-eat shelled edamame
  • 2tbsplow sodium soy sauce, tamari for gluten free (or more to taste)
  • salt and fresh pepper to taste

Instructions

  • Whisk eggs and egg whites, season with salt and pepper.
  • In a hot wok, spray a little oil and cook the eggs.
  • When cooked, remove from pan and set aside.
  • Let the wok get really hot.
  • Add oil and cook onions, scallion whites, carrots and garlic for about 30-60 seconds, careful not to burn.
  • Add brown rice and stir well a few minutes to heat through.
  • Add cooked egg along with soy sauce, scallion greens and edamame, mixing well for about 3-4 minutes.

Nutrition

Serving: 1scant cup, Calories: 202kcal, Carbohydrates: 28.5g, Protein: 8.6g, Fat: 5.8g, Saturated Fat: 1.1g, Cholesterol: 30.8mg, Sodium: 244.1mg, Fiber: 4.3g, Sugar: 1.1g
Blue Smart Points: 4
Green Smart Points: 5
Purple Smart Points: 1
Points +: 5
Keywords: easy chinese fried rice, Edamame Fried Rice, edamame rice, how to make fried rice, vegetarian fried rice