Lacked flavor. Needs fresh veggies. Will not make again.
I made according to directions and it was just awful. A gooey tasteless mess. It just said cooked white rice--I used Uncle Bens original. I guess I didnt cook the rice correctly for this dish and/or should have used a different type. So the state of rice greatly affects the outcome. Also we kept adding soy sauce at the table to try to help it. Thank goodness I had some fried chicken in the fridge cause we had to throw this out.
Amazing what you can do with few ingredients; so simple to make, but still lacking some flavor so.... 2nd time around I stir-fried thinly sliced leek along with onion, as well as add an extra tbsp of soy sauce. Much better!
Loved loved this dish.i added a little teriyaki to the chicken and made a side salad.The kids and hubby loved it!
This recipe is ok, but very bland for those of us who like dishes w/ lots of flavor & heat! I took other reviews & recommendations, & used jasmine rice (next time, I will try a combination of brown & jasmine) & also added: 1 T low sodium soy sauce to chicken (+1 T to vegetables with another small dash of sesame oil), approximately 2 t ginger, approximately 2 garlic cloves (already chopped in olive oil), 3 T Chili oil and paste, 3 T Hoisin sauce (you could also use some Oyster sauce for authentic taste), a dash of Lawry's seasoning salt & some ground black pepper. I used 1 egg & 8 oz. Eggbeaters (equivalent to 5 eggs). I too the other reviewers suggestions & chilled the rice while I was re-heating the chicken & sautéing the veggies that I had on hand (asparagus, multi peppers, carrots & onions) & scrambled eggs before adding the rice & chicken @ the end. Very good, with the extra seasonings (I like a lot of flavor!) and other reviewer's suggestions. Add extra seasonings @ table!
Great! You only need this meal to have a complete dinner. Easy to make and really tasty.
We make this again and again. It's a lot of starch but it sure tastes good! We both agree that it needs more soy sauce than the recipe calls for.
This was pretty good. My husband really liked it. I am making it again tonight!
I would scramble the egg separately. It was pretty tasty, but scrambling the egg inside the same pan didn't work out for me. Maybe I didn't do it right.
Only change made was I cooked rice earlier in the day and put it in fridge to cool. Keeps it from getting a sticky consistency.
Excellent one dish meal. It was hard to stop eating this, husband had three helpings! I added quite a bit of fresh veggies and omitted the frozen except for green peas. Used baby bokchoy, mushrooms, green onion, 1/4 red pepper & some shredded carrots. Consequently had to add some oil to pan before adding veggies & had to cook them longer. While I would serve to guests it would be a casual meal.
Better than our local take-out. I reduced the eggs to two. I would add this to my all time favorites.
Rice turned out a little strange in its consistency, but the chicken was very flavorful. Topped with dried chow mein noodles.