1 to 1.5cupscooked rice- I prefer brown but any will do
1piecefresh gingerabout the size of your thumb
1smallcapsicumor half a large one
2cupsleafy greense.g. spinach, bok choy, chard
1tbspmiso paste(brown rice miso paste)*
coconut oilfor frying
salt and pepperto season
Prep all your veggies and spices before you begin cooking the rice. Peel the ginger and chop into thin batons. Crush the garlic (or finely chop). Slice the onion and capsicum thinly, dice the zucchini and cut the broccoli into small florets (so it cooks quickly).
Make the seasoning paste. Combine the tamari, miso paste and sesame oil with about 3 tablespoons of water in a small cup and whisk together until smooth. Set aside.
Make your omelette. Whisk the two eggs together in a bowl with 3 tbsp of water and a pinch of salt and pepper. Heat a large frying pan or wok up and add 1 tsp of coconut oil. When the pan is hot pour in the egg mixture, then gently swill the mixture around so it spreads out thinly, like a crepe. Cook the omelette on one side until almost cooked through, swilling the pan occasionally if needed to distribute the egg mix evenly. When almost cooked, flip and cook briefly on the other side. Slide the omelette out of the pan and set aside.
Heat up the large frying pan/wok again, and add 2 tsp of coconut oil. Add the ginger, onion and capsicum and stir fry over a moderate-high heat until the onion is translucent.
Add the garlic, broccoli and the zucchini and continue to cook for 2-3 minutes until starting to soften. If everything starts sticking to the pan/burning, add a few tablespoons of water as well (I usually do).
Add the leafy greens, cooked rice and the seasoning paste to the pan and continue to cook until the greens are wilted and the rice is nice and hot.
Remove from the heat. Roll up your omelette and slice it quickly in to thin strips. Add them to the pan/wok and toss them through to warm up. (Reserve a few to decorate the top, if you like).
Serve the dish immediately. You can garnish it with some sesame seeds, chopped nuts and/or chilli flakes. Add some extra protein too if you like (e.g. chicken or fish).
*I usually use brown rice miso paste when making this dish. Miso paste tends to vary in strength, so the amount of 1 tablespoon may need to be adjusted depending on the intensity of your miso paste. Don't be afraid to add a little extra if you feel like your fried rice isn't punchy enough.
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