Fried Rice Provides Easy Meal JAlen St.Fort '22

I've always been an extremely picky eater, but rice has always been one of my favorite dishes. Fried rice, white rice, it doesn't matter to me. Since I'm trying to become better at saving money by not ordering food as often, I wanted to learn how to make this dish. This fried rice recipe is a quick little meal that gets the job done. This meal is perfect for picky eaters like me who are also trying to save money on food. The ingridients include: white rice, teriayaki sauce, onions, chicken, eggs. (Photo by Jalen St.Fort '22)

First take any leftover chicken and begin to fry it up a little bit. Add three tablespoons of olive oil to help the chicken crisp up and reheat. (Photo by Jalen St.Fort '22)
Next cut up one medium sized onion, which will later be added to the chicken pan. I would use a sharp knife even though it may take a while. The onions help to add key flavor to this dish. (Photo by Jalen St.Fort '22)
Teriyaki sauce is a key ingredient to make this great meal. You should add 2 tablespoons of sauce into the frying pan. (Photo by Jalen St.Fort '22)
Next, take out yourrice out and prepare to boil it. You should boil it for about five to 10 minutes. You can use any amount of rice you would like. (Photo by Jalen St.Fort '22)
Next, take the boiled rice, put it in a container, and prepare to put it in the frying pan. This is probably the single most important part of the entire dish. (Photo by Jalen St.Fort '22)
Then, add the rice with the chicken to the frying pan. You should fry it for about 10-15 minutes in order for the teriyaki sauce to properly marinate with the rice. (Photo by Jalen St.Fort '22)
Add the teriyaki sauce on to the rice and then if you want, add a little bit of egg to the pan. This is optional but cooked eggs are often an ingredient found in store purchased fried rice. You should use one to two eggs for this dish. (Photo by Jalen St.Fort '22)
It is a great usage of leftover food leftover and tt was really easy to make. I would totally recommend this dish, as it is very easy to prepare, and a great way of consciously spending less money. (Photo by Jalen St.Fort '22)