Cookbook Challenge – Chicken Fried Rice

Better late than never, right?
I participate in a monthly cookbook challenge. Task: Cook one recipe a month from a cookbook. It doesn’t sound that hard, book for some reason I have trouble. Do you use a cookbook often?
So, a week too late, this is what I came up with. Publix has these recipe cards that you can pick up in the store. When compiling several of them together, some might say you get a cookbook.
So, for the month of July I’m sharing one of our GO TO meals from the Publix Cookbook.
Chicken Fried Rice
So here. we. go. (Dark Knight anyone?)
Ingredients: 2 pouches of frozen rice with veggies, .5 – .75 lbs chicken, stir fry sauce, soy sauce, 
onion, oil, egg.
Cook chicken & shred.
In a frying pan, on medium heat, warm up some oil & throw in the chopped onions.
While they are sizzling, heat up the rice according to the package directions.
Add the rice to the pan.
Pour in about 3 tbsp. of the stir-fry sauce. Eye ball it :)
“Fry” the rice for 3 or 4 minutes.
In the meantime, season the chicken with soy sauce.
Back to the pan…make some space in the middle and crack an egg. Stir around & fry with the rice. 
Once the egg is cooked, add in the chicken.
Mix. Heat. Serve.
It’s like you are sitting right at the Hibachi!
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