I used the quotes because if you're looking for anything remotely resembling authentic pork fried rice, you will not find it here. I'm really sorry about that, but I was craving some fried rice and we had a small bit of pork roast left in the freezer, so I tried making my own recipe! I think it turned out pretty good!
1 small/medium pork roast
1 onions, chopped and sauteed
1 bag of mixed veggies
4 cups of cooked rice
3 tablespoons garlic powder for roast
2 teaspoons garlic powder for rice and veggie mixture
5 tablespoons of soy sauce
First, I cooked my roast in the crock pot for about 6 or so hours on high. I covered it in garlic powder and put about an inch or so of water in the crockpot. While it was cooking, I chopped up the onions and sauteed them.
When the roast was finished, I chopped it up and set it aside.
I steamed my bag of mixed veggies in the microwave and mixed it with the 4 cups of rice. In the skillet, I poured my 3 eggs into the skillet and scrambled them.
Then, I dumped the rice, veggies, pork, onions, soy sauce and garlic powder in my dutch oven all together to make a WHOLE LOT of pork fried rice.
Like I said, it's not even close to authentic, but it ended up being pretty tasty, so I guess that's what really matters!