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Gluten Free Fried Rice-like Rice A Roni-is There Any?

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My family used to love chicken flavored Rice a Roni- but now that they need to be gluten-free, I can't find anything comparable. is there a brand that is gluten-free, or does anyone have a recipe to make from scatch?

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you can also cook rice with chicken broth and add spices. (take a glance at the rice a roni package to find out what they use. ;-) )

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I usually make my own, I have made it in the crock pot before and I comes out wonderful and I have also made my own by frying. I will see if I can dig up one of the recipes for you.

But the pan fried one, you can add all your own vegtables and put in what your family likes vs. what they could do without. When I find those recipies, I will post them up to you.

Happy Cooking :D

Amanda NY B)

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I usually make my own, I have made it in the crock pot before and I comes out wonderful and I have also made my own by frying. I will see if I can dig up one of the recipes for you.

But the pan fried one, you can add all your own vegtables and put in what your family likes vs. what they could do without. When I find those recipies, I will post them up to you.

Happy Cooking :D

Amanda NY B)

Thanks minibabe, iIwould love the recipe if you can find it.

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I make chicken fried rice from scratch all the time. It's best to use day old rice and contrary to all the recipes, don't used pre-cooked chicken, use fresh chicken, dark meat (legs or thighs) is supposed to be better.

For one big batch you will need:

a big bowl of cooked rice

2 green onions

1 egg

a couple of tablespoons of green beans, peas or whatever veg

and 2 chicken thighs

soy sauce

Dice the chicken thighs and put in a bowl. Add 1/2 tsp each sugar, salt, cornstarch and sesame oil. This is not a marinade, the chicken should just be lightly coated.

Heat the wok with a little oil (I use canola) and fry the egg. You can slice it afterward, or scramble it in the wok. When the egg is done, remove from wok and set aside.

Stir fry the beans, peas or veg of your choice until heated through, remove and set aside.

Stir fry the rice until heated through, remove and set aside.

Stir fry the chicken until cooked, then add the egg, rice, veg and green onions and soy sauce to taste, stir fry until it's all heated through and nicely mixed up.

Eat and enjoy.

My gluten-free son loves this. This is his lunch on "fun lunch" day when all the other kids get pizza or Arby's.

It's time consuming with all the cutting and cooking and setting aside, but it's very tasty. I have also cooked a big wok full and then divided it into freezer zip bags so when my son has a craving I can just thaw it out rather than cooking it all fresh.

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This recipe was given to me by a Thai girl at work.

You cut in small pieces and fry up chicken breast is a little bit of olive or peanut oil. Take chicken out and fry up green onion, peas or brocolli, egg fy and then and cooked rice. Add a small amount of gluten-free fish sauce and gluten-free tamari or soy sauce, fry them all together and add the fried chicken breast and then serve.

Delicious.

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