Posted by: kidnothing | October 30, 2010

long time no see!

i’m back! with a recipe to boot! 🙂

Vegan Fried Rice With Ginger Sauce! (super simple)
serves 4 super hungry people
+two cups of precooked long-grain rice
+veggies of your choice, chopped to your desire(i diced up onions and carrots into bite-sized pieces because that’s all i had, scallions and broccoli would have ruled in this too)
+2 tbps soy sauce
+1 tbsp oil/vegan margarine + 4more tbsp oil/margarine(reserved) +1 moretbsp oil/margarine
+your choice of vegan meat!(i used gardein beefless tips; “chiken” or tofu would be good too!)

for the ginger sauce…
+1/2 cup soy sauce
+1/4 rice vinegar
+1 scallion
+1/4 tsp ground ginger(or 1 small piece ginger root)

take a big frying pan or wok. put the first tbsp of oil/marg in there and let it heat up. throw in the veggies and let them cook through until softened(obviously throw in the more delicate ones later). when the veggies are all softened, throw in the 4 tbsp of oil/marg, then the precooked rice, breaking it up with a wooden spoon. stir it while it’s cooking, until it gets slightly browned. add the soy sauce and stir through. turn it off and get out another pan.

take all the ingredients for the sauce and put them in a blender. blend until well-mixed. take your vegan meat or tofu and marinate it in the sauce for 5-10 minutes. then, melt the remaining marg/oil in the new pan, and cook the tofu/fake meat until browned on all sides. take the leftover marinade and pour it into the rice. pour the tofu/”meat” into the rice as well. mix, plate, enjoy 🙂



  1. Definitely gonna try this, like. TOMORROW. Maybe even for breakfast. C:

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