We have a guest in our kitchen today! Louisa from Living Lou is here and she has a tasty dinner recipe you will want to bookmark for safe keeping!
In the last year I’ve focused on two things in my kitchen; reducing food waste and cooking more vegetarian meals. And developing recipes that serve both of these goals; this mushroom fried rice definitely fits the bill. Fried rice is one of the best recipes for reducing waste in the kitchen and it’s easily made vegetarian.
As a cook and writer, I love pushing myself to
be more creative in the kitchen and work with a variety of vegetables. I’ve
found myself reaching for mushrooms often this year as they lend a “meatier”
texture to dishes. That’s how they landed in this mushroom fried rice. I would
often add chicken or ground pork here but found that mushrooms do the trick.
I’ve used white button mushrooms here, but you
could easily use cremini, portabella or a mixture of them all.
The best way to make fried rice is with day
old rice, but the truth is, I never really plan ahead so that I have leftover
rice in the fridge. But if you have day old rice, by all means, use that!