Because I am now trying to minimize my shopping trips, I have become more cognizant about using up leftovers. That's not a bad thing; I don't like food waste, and it saves money. This morning's foray into the 'fridge offered up the following:
Mr. L is not a fan of fried rice for breakfast, so I left him to his own devices.
I had never eaten fried rice for breakfast until I moved to Hilo, and began working at HMC. I occasionally bought breakfast in the cafeteria at the hospital. Their fried rice is excellent; check it out post-COVID.
It goes together quickly, and you can use whatever you have in the way of leftovers.
Heat a skillet. Add some oil and, when heated, your leftover rice.
Toss in leftover vegetables, meat, what have you, and heat everything.
Crack and egg and toss it in. Stir until the egg is cooked.
Remove from eat. Add shoyu, if you like.
White rice or brown rice both work. I have also used leftover quinoa, and it's pretty good, too.
Stay safe, everyone! - Cruel Ironing