Steak and Vegetable Fried Rice

Steak and Vegetable Fried Rice ~ Use your leftover Rice and this delicious meal is ready in minutes #FriedRice #StirFry #QuickDinner

Stir-fries are quick and easy to prepare and have ready on the table in no time at all. I also like that the vegetables are not cooked dead , which are of course also much healthier as less nutrients go to waste. We have this Steak and Vegetable Fried Rice at least once every two weeks, with a change of vegetables now and then.

The recipe I am sharing today, includes my favorite vegetable combination and fortunately our supermarket sells this throughout the year.

The fresh vegetables can also be substituted with frozen vegetables. It really is a personal choice or use whatever is available.

Start to finish – no longer than 30 minutes, which makes this a must-have recipe for any busy household.


4 – 6 Servings


1 TB Vegetable Oil
2 TB Garlic and Ginger Paste
300g Tenderised Steak, cut into strips
600g bag Fresh Vegetable Stir-Fry  {mine included Green-and Red Bell Peppers, Carrots, Spinach,    
                                                             Snow Peas and Cabbage}

1/3 cup Soy Sauce
4 cups Rice, cooked {or use leftover Rice}
Salt and Pepper, to taste


1.) Heat the Oil in a large pan –  cook the Garlic and Ginger Paste with the Steak strips for 2 minutes, stirring continuously – remove from pan and keep aside.
2.) Using the same pan {add more Oil if needed} and stir-fry the Vegetables until tender but still crisp.
3.) Add back the Steak together with the Soy Sauce and Rice – stir and heat through.
4.) Season to taste with Salt and Pepper.

Steak and Vegetable Fried Rice ~ Use your leftover Rice and this delicious meal is ready in minutes #FriedRice #StirFry #QuickDinner
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3 thoughts on “Steak and Vegetable Fried Rice”

  1. We love stir fries around here. I think they are perfect for busy families because you can do all your chopping and preparing early in the day… even set the table. Then come the busy dinner hour, you just throw it all in for quick cook!

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