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Gluten Free Fried Rice with Chicken & King Prawns

Servings 2


  • - Oil for frying We go with rapeseed oil
  • - Tablespoon of Garlic Paste or crush a clove of garlic
  • - Tablespoon of Ginger Paste or grate a small amount of fresh ginger
  • - 1 Large Carrot chopped very thinly
  • - Half a Courgette sliced
  • - 2 Chicken Breasts you don't need to have this much or you can have more if you wish.. however much chicken you think you can eat!
  • - Raw Prawns Butterflied (Optional!)
  • - 2 Eggs
  • - Cooked Rice enough for 2 beneficial if it is cold but it isn't the end of the world if it isn't completely cold(we use Thai coconut rice but any would work really)
  • - A few teaspoons of gluten free soy sauce Add to taste
  • - A few table spoons but do it to taste Nona SOS Fried Rice Sauce or another fried rice sauce such as the Blue Dragon Stir Fry Oyster and Spring Onion Sauce Packet (You can use the whole packet if you like 120g packet).


  • Heat some oil in a wok.
  • Add your garlic and ginger pastes and allow them to cook for about a minute before adding your carrots. (Make sure your carrots are chopped thinly)
  • Gently fry your carrots with the garlic and ginger on a medium heat until slightly softened.. probably about 5 minutes. (We like our carrots quite soft but if you don't mind them a bit firmer you can fry them for less)
  • Chop the chicken into pieces and add it to the wok, half way through add the courgettes to the wok. (Fry until the chicken is almost cooked.)
  • Add the raw prawns if you are using them.. make sure they turn pink & are cooked... it won't take long!
  • Add in the cold rice, break it up and spread it out. (Make sure the wok is pretty hot at this stage)
  • Make a hole in the centre of the wok where the eggs can be cracked in and crack both eggs!
  • Don't touch the wok once the eggs have been put in.Leave it so they can fry.
  • Once eggs are cooked fairly well on one side try and turn over everything in the wok so that the eggs and rice etc can fry on the other side too.. leave it again until the egg fries. (The key is to be patient)(It is nice to see some browning on the rice and chicken too)
  • Once you have done this add the soy sauce and the fried rice/stir fry sauce and mix it around. Break the cooked eggs into pieces roughly with you cooking utensil if you can so everyone gets some. Cook through on a high heat.
  • Make sure the dish is all nicely coated and taste to see how the flavours are.
  • If you are happy with the taste, remove from the heat and serve up... enjoy!
  • You could easily have some thai/prawn crackers on the side with a little sweet chilli dipping sauce too.