Hawaiian Fried Rice is absolutely delectable! It’s quick and easy to make, and it’s loaded with diced meat, red bell pepper, and the star ingredient: pineapple! It provides a hint of sweetness to each bite and elevates this rice to new heights.
Fried rice is one of my favorite foods. The flavors, the textures, everything about it appeals to me. My handmade Fried Rice with Sweet and Sour Chicken is one of the most popular dishes on the blog. It’s something I make frequently, especially when we have guests or relatives over for dinner. It’s definitely party-worthy, and it’s always a hit!
Today’s dish for Hawaiian fried rice is a new favorite of mine. It has all of the flavors and textures of regular fried rice, but with a lot more taste. This rice is loaded with diced beef, red bell pepper, and, my personal favorite, pineapple! It provides a hint of sweetness to each bite and elevates this rice to new heights.
Using leftover, cold rice is one of the most important suggestions I can give for great fried rice. I believe the ideal texture is due to the firmness of the cold rice. If you use freshly cooked rice, the combination will get mushy! So take my word for it and cook the rice in the morning or the day before, then store it in an airtight container in the fridge. It should be nice and chilly and ready to go after at least 6 to 8 hours in the fridge!
Ingredients For Hawaiian Fried Rice:
- Boiled Rice 1 big bowl
- Chopped spring onion (heri piyaz) 4
- Chopped capsicum(Shimla march) 1
- Pineapple chunks 1 cup
- Chopped Sausages qeema roll slices) 2
- Soy sauce 4 tbsp
- Vinegar(sirka) 2 tbsp
- Chicken stock cube 1
- Oil 2-3 tbsp
- Sesame seed oil(till ka oil) 1 tbsp
- In a pan heat oil and add sausages(qeema slices )and capsicum(Shimla mrch). fry it slightly and toss in the boiled rice.
- Add soy sauce, vinegar, sesame seeds oil, chicken cube, and water. Mix it well.
- Cover it with a lid and leave it on the stove for the flavors to penetrate in the rice.
- Add pineapple and spring onions.
- Mix it properly.
- It’s ready to serve.