Here is a recipe for one of our favorite side dishes. And since my niece asked for it specifically, that was the kick in the pants I needed to finally post it. It's another great use for leftover rice.
Disclaimer: This isn't the most authentic recipe for fried rice you can find. The original came from a cookbook written by someone from Kokomo, Indiana. Hence the bacon. However, I dare you to stop eating it once you start!
Quick Fried Rice
· 6 Slices of Bacon
· 1 Cup Frozen Peas
· 1/2 an Onion, chopped
· 3 Eggs, whisked
· 4 Cups Cooked Rice (white or brown)
· 3 Tblspn Soy Sauce (we like Bragg's Liquid Aminos)
In a large skillet or wok cook bacon until crisp. Spoon of all but about 2 Tblspn bacon grease. Saute onion until tender. Push bacon and onion off to the side. Scramble egg. Add peas, rice, and soy sauce. Heat through. YUM!
This week the Stumpf kitchen will be serving...
Monday - Baked Sandwiches, Fresh Fruit
Tuesday (Homeschool Mom's Meeting) - Cheese Enchiladas, Spanish Rice
Wednesday - Smoked Sausage Sandwiches, Baked Potatoes
Thursday (Karate) - Taco Salad
Friday - Bible Study
Saturday - Korean Egg Rolls, Asian Noodle Salad
Our menus for past years can be found at our website. Breakfast menu is here; lunch menu is here.