Ground Beef Egg White Fried Rice
A Recipe Originated In The Early 2000s
With A New Look

This Ground Beef Egg White Fried Rice was relatively new before my moving to the States from Hong Kong in 2002.  In fact, there were times that I made a vegetarian version of this dish with the same Chinese look.  More than 10 years later, I decided to change the look of it.

Ground Beef Egg White Fried Rice, a Hong Kong style fried rice with an American look.  A great tasty Chinese dinner for meat eater.

Prep Time: 5 Minutes   Cook Time: 25 Minutes   Serving: 4-6



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So, what's the difference of this fried rice dish compared to the original one?  This version has a much darker color by using the Chinese superior dark soy sauce.  The soy sauce gives a very similar look of any take-out fried rice.  Everything, including the cooking method, stays the same.  

But what made me to change the look of this Ground Beef Egg White Fried Rice?  The biggest reason is to meet the expectations of my extended family.  They are so used to the typical American Chinese fried rice look.  So, any Chinese dishes, they expect that there is some kind of color in it.

Ground Beef Egg White Fried Rice
A Recipe Originated In The Early 2000s
With A New Look

Tips

But you may like the authentic look to have white fried rice on egg white.  If so, skip the dark soy sauce.

Of course, if you prefer to stick with regular eggs with york and all, feel free to do so, too.

Ground Beef Egg White Fried Rice Recipe

Ingredients

8-10oz 90% Lean Ground Beef
4 Cup Cooked Overnight Steamed White Rice (refer to Perfectly Steamed White Rice recipe)
2 cups Pasteurized Egg White
1/2 cup Canola Oil (divided)
1/2 cup Frozen Green Peas
1 clove Garlic (Minced)
1/4 tsp Ginger Powder
1/2 tsp Sesame Oil
1 tbsp Superior Dark Soy Sauce
2 Scallion (chopped; optional for garnish only)
Salt and pepper to taste

  1. Preheat a big deep skillet at high heat with 4 tbsp or 1/4 cup oil
  2. Add egg white and a pinch of salt
  3. Stir it gently to combine
  4. When egg white starts to get milky white, stir it aggressively until solidified, but still a bit wet
  5. Transfer egg white to a plate and put aside
  6. In the same skillet, add the rest of Canola oil (1/4 cup) and overnight white rice
  7. Turn down to medium low heat and cover
  8. Cook for 10 minutes until rice is all loosened up; stir twice in between
  9. Push rice to the side and leave room of the skillet in the middle empty for beef going in
  10. Turn heat to medium high heat
  11. Use spatula to cut meat into bite size and let it cook for about 5-8 minutes until cooked through, then combine rice together
  12. Stir in minced garlic, ginger powder and dark soy sauce
  13. Stir in green peas, then egg white
  14. Salt and pepper to taste
  15. Stir in sesame oil and garnish with scallion; serve immediately

Ground Beef Egg White Fried Rice, a Hong Kong style fried rice with an American look.  A great tasty Chinese dinner for meat eater.

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Nutrition Facts

Macros for 4 Servings



Macros for 6 Servings

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