Fried Rice from a Louisiana Girl 

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I felt the need to put "Fried Rice by a Louisiana Girl" because well... I'm not Asian! There are a million different fried recipes out there from people who actually make it like the Asian fried rice you are used to.  This is my version and I love it because it reminds me of what my daddy used to make.  He, however, cooked his chicken in tony's creole seasoning... I think that alone kicks it out of the Asian category, ha! I love it, I hope you love it too. 


Ingredients: 
5-6 cups cooked white rice (day old is best)
1 large chicken breast cut into small cubes
1tsp Slap Ya Mama cajun seasoning
2 tbsp Sesame oil
2 tbsp Canola oil
2 cups onions diced
2 eggs
4 tsp chicken boullion powder
2 tbsp Soy Sauce

Directions: 
Cube up chicken into small cubes and season with 1 tsp of slap ya mama seasoning
Heat your wok up on medium and pour in the sesame and canola oil
Cook the chicken until done
Move to the side and add your onions, cook until translucent
Move to the side and add your eggs- stir them real quick when you put them in
Add rice and add all seasonings
Adjust any seasoning to taste- if you want more salt but do not need the liquid from soy sauce, try a little sprinkle of tonys
 

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