Easy Fried Rice (Recipe) 基本のチャーハンの作り方 (レシピ)



This classic Fried Rice recipe with ham, egg, and green onion is a delicious one-pan meal that you can whip up under 20 minutes. It’s bursting with flavor and perfect for a weeknight meal.

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Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 1 (main dish)

INGREDIENTS

2 rice bowls cooked Japanese short grain rice (Ideally a day old, See the blog post for more info)
2 slices ham
1 green onion/scallion
1 large egg
2 Tbsp neutral flavor oil (vegetable, canola, etc) (divided)
½ tsp kosher salt (¼ tsp if using table salt)
white pepper (a must have for my fried rice!)
2 tsp soy sauce (I use Kikkoman® Gluten Free Tamari Soy Sauce)

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Easy Fried Rice (Recipe) 基本のチャーハンの作り方 (レシピ)

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26 Responses

  1. I actually have not made fried rice in a very long time. Although, I think that will change this weekend 🙂 ありがとうございました!!

  2. Trello Fello says:

    I love your videos and especially the end where you teach us a Japanese word. I was wondering if perhaps you could make a few ‘Learn To Speak Japanese’ videos where you teach 5 or 6 words at a time for those of us who are trying to learn the language? Just a thought 😘

  3. andrea strom says:

    loveeeeeeeeeeeee to see it … i love your food ,.. thanks a lot

  4. Thank you for sharing this recipes.I'm so excited to make this fried rice😊🇯🇵💕👍🏾

  5. Annie Migaki says:

    I have used chopped bacon if I don’t have ham. Other additions(not necessarily all at once): chopped dry onions, frozen peas, shredded carrot, choppped cabbage. Adding a drizzle of oyster sauce while frying (but not too much) gives additional umami that my nephew taught me! This is a great dish for using leftovers in the refrigerator!

  6. METALSLUG 17 says:

    Great simple recipe! Really enjoying the new video style and the japanese word of the day. Love the new website look too.

  7. this is the first time I've seen a japanese fried rice video that shows leftover rice. I know that's common in other countries, but all the videos for japanese fried rice recipes I've seen up to this point have shown fresh rice.

    Would you say the leftover rice is more common?

  8. zhafsan says:

    Watching your video after a full day of work is so relaxing. It’s like therapy. Helps me to take my mind off work and calms me down.
    I love fried rice and I’ve made all kind of different types. But funny enough the best ones are always the simplest ones. No fancy sauces and no fancy ingredients. It’s food for the soul.

  9. I love your videos SO much! I found you originally on Pinterest when I was looking for Japanese recipes at home! I love the addition of the Japanese word of the day too!!

  10. James Davies says:

    I have so much love for chashu cha-han! There's this specific restaurant in Chitose that does the best cha-han, I think I went there every week for a month just to eat their rice.

    Thanks for the recipe Nami! 🙂

  11. Thank you so much for this delicious recipe and easy instructions. I’m a new subscriber and look forward to watching more videos. 🙋‍♀️🐶❤️🐶

  12. maggie mira says:

    Thanks Nami ❤️..

  13. Mark Okino says:

    You can also sub spam instead of the ham for spam fried rice. Yum!

  14. I want onee~san like you. Thank you for the recipe.

  15. I want onee~san like you. Thank you for the recipe.

  16. Amanda says:

    Yes Nami you are back!! I love fried rice and I will be making this recipe this weekend. Thank you!! ♥

  17. Rohit Pillai says:

    Can u show me on next coming video how to make mitarashi Dango ???? Plz

  18. Hi Nami! I have been watching all of your fried rice videos, and loving each and every one of them, it gives me so many great ideas, thank you for all of them I have enjoyed them all, thank you once again for this channel I am so happy that I found you!

  19. Mat Lit says:

    I would like to compliment you on your seasoned wok! Just curious, but is it necessary to make the rice room temperature? Could I theoretically just cook it cold?

  20. what is the material of your wok?

  21. Ojay Is Ojay says:

    Nice wok skills there. I suspect my wrists wouldn't take it kindly if I tried that without practice. Looks so good.

  22. Stella Bar says:

    Yummmm. Looks easy, thank you

  23. Craving fried rice or cha-han right now…

  24. Marvelous! Thank you Sensei Nami for the explications about cha-han in the end of the video

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