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I made this delicious recipe, it’s a keeper that I’ll be making again and again!! Thank you Elise…
SHUT THE FRONT DOOR.. this was soooooooo good, I made it and it was a hit. I will never buy shrimp fried rice again.. NOT when I can make my own and it is a smash hit. I saved myself 25 bucks making this on my own. The best part, I had enough for 3 days of dinner. all for the prices of 13 bucks (cost of the bag of shrimp). In addition to the green onion, I added a diced white onion as well. SOOOOOOOOOOOOO good.
I’m so glad you liked it Natasha!
I don’t normally leave reviews, but the information provided and this recipe helped me make the best fried rice I have ever made! For the longest time I have tried and failed to make an edible fried rice and now I know that it was because it wasn’t leftover rice. The recipe was delicious and my husband and I enjoyed it greatly! Thank you for your post! Absolutely wonderful!
Easy to make, tastes great! Will keep in the rotation! Any idea on nutrition info?
The best recipe you could have done. Thank you
Came out good, yummm.
Delicious. Wish we made more.
This has been added to our monthly meal rotation in our house. Thank you for clear instructions and a delicious recipe!Sometimes I add in some chopped leftover chicken or beef with the sauteed shrimp.
I used to make fried rice by cracking the eggs directly into the pan as the rice was frying. That was a bad technique…the dish became “gloppy.” Cooking the eggs first is a much better process.
On the day old rice, I made a cup and a half of rice in the microwave, let it cool down a bit and then put it in the freezer for a while. Close enough for government work.
Family loved it!!! Added a bit more of the peas and carrots, next time I’ll double the onions.
Made very similar. Didn’t have carrots, peas or green onions. I used corn, diced onion and diced bell pepper instead. Still came out delicious. I did chop the cooked shrimp and egg before returning to the pan.
I made this with leftovers from a day ago,peas and carrots and 3 cups of rice. The shrimp were the fresh extra large ones. It was delicious and so easy to follow.
Made this tonight w/jumbo shrimp for myself – hubby doesn’t like shrimp…his loss…it was delish. I may try it w/ chicken… super easy and easy to follow!
Delicious! My husband ate 3 helpings! The only thing I did different was add fresh mushrooms. This recipe will be made again!
I couldn’t stop eating this dish. I changed it up a little only on the vegetables. I served it with a side of fresh asparagus , artisan bread, and wonderful Amish homemade butter.
I am almost always disappointed with carryout. Know I can make my own thanks to you. I look forward to sharing this receipe with my friends that love to cook good food.
Thank you so very much for sharing !
Best fried rice I’ve ever made! Thanks for the delicious recipe.
Easy peasy weeknight dinner that was absolutely delicious. Followed recipe except used jasmine rice and lobster tails instead of shrimp. I added chopped jalepeno peppers when sauteing the green onions…. looking forward to making again!
I’m so glad you liked it Cozette! Love the ideas of jasmine rice, lobster tails, and jalapenos.