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I saw a core fried rice recipe floating around somewhere, I've searched through pages in the SiFi recipes forum, no luck. The search function on the board is not helpful at all. Does anyone know where it is? I am making stir fry this weekend and would love to give this a try!

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Here is one: http://www.healthdiscovery.net/forums/showthread.php?t=57867


I don't use a recipe. I make it with fresh vegetables (bok choy and onion), sometimes chopped red pepper) and sometimes put in a can of sliced water chestnuts. I put in an egg and soy sauce. Then I add meat if I'm using that, like chicken or pork.


Hope this helps!!


You can also make it with bulgur instead of rice!



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Ditto....and I always use bulgur. I typically have leftover bulgur sitting around in the refrigerator, and this is a nice way to finish it off.

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From the Core favorite recipes thread at the top:


My (WWCarol's) FAVORITE! :bcb_grin


Fried Bulgar


This is a very versatile recipe and can be made with random meats and leftover/canned/frozen or fresh veggies. I eat it for lunch or a fast dinner a lot.


1/4 cup bulgar, cooked

1 tsp safflower

1 egg

meat (any kind - I like chicken personally)

minced onion and garlic (I used freeze-dried if I need something fast)

veggies (any kind)

diced pineapple

reduced sodium soy sauce

thai hot sauce (if desired)


Put safflower oil in pan and scramble egg. Break it up into little pieces. If veggies and pineapple are frozen, add them first. When veggies are thawed and starting to get tender, add bulgar. When bulgar begins to get brown, add soy sauce and hot sauce to taste. Eat as stand-alone meal, or as side dish. --BCB gb041


And another:


Chicken Fried Rice

Core Recipe

Servings | 6



2 serving cooking spray (5 one-second sprays per serving)

4 large egg white(s)

1/2 cup scallion(s), chopped, green and white parts

2 medium garlic clove(s), minced

12 oz uncooked boneless, skinless chicken breast(s), diced

1/2 cup carrot(s), diced

2 cup cooked brown rice, regular or instant, kept hot

1/2 cup frozen green peas, thawed

3 Tbsp low-sodium soy sauce


Coat a large nonstick skillet with cooking spray and set pan over medium-high heat. Add egg whites and cook, until scrambled, stirring frequently, about 3 to 5 minutes. Remove from pan and set aside.


Offheat, recoat skillet with cooking spray and place back over medium-high heat. Add scallions and garlic; sauté 2 minutes. Add chicken and carrots; sauté until chicken is golden brown and cooked through, stirring frequently, about 5 minutes.


Stir in reserved egg whites, cooked brown rice, peas and soy sauce; cook until heated through, about 1 minute. Yields about 1 cup per serving.--BCB, Misscole






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Thanks. I love fried rice, and love that it's core.


I bought bulgar for the first time today, I've not eaten it before so I do not know what it tastes like or how to cook it. Any tips?

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Bulgur just needs to be rehydrated. I believe the typical ratio of liquid to bulgur is two to one. So you can put a cup of bulgur in a bowl with two cups of water (or broth) and then put it in the microwave for a few minutes on high (just get the liquid to boil/get really hot) and then let it sit til the bulgur absorbs the water. Fluff with a fork.



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