Fried rice with Teppanyaki Recipe

You really should try this recipe to make Teppanyaki fried rice, because it goes well with any Hibachi noodle recipe!

Although some Asians (especially Chinese) don't eat rice together with the noodles because there are too many carbohydrates in a plate or bowl. The recipe of Hibachi noodles can improve the taste of fried rice, so it is very suitable for matching.

Eating a Hibachi noodle recipe with a small amount of fried rice can only bring you acceptable carbohydrates, which are easy to burn in daily exercise. So unless you think it's a taboo, it's not that bad.



• 3 to 3 1 / 2 cups of rice
• 2 eggs (scrambled)
• 1 pack pancetta (available in Deli, but regular Bacon)
• 2 to 3 tbsp butter / margarine
• 1 / 2 cup frozen peas and carrots
2 tbsp garlic powder
1 tbsp sesame
• 4 to 5 tbsp soy sauce
• 1 to 2 tablespoons sliced shallots / shallots (for decoration)
2 drops of sesame oil (optional)



1. Turn on the stove, use the frying pan to cook the scrambled eggs, and then put them aside for standby (set the temperature to medium).

2. Take out the egg, put the onion in the same frying pan and cook until transparent. Take it out of the pot and put it in a small bowl, then put it aside for later use.

3. In order to make the slice cleaner and easier, it is recommended that you freeze the spaghetti or bacon. Now, cut the meat into thin slices, cut into small strips, and then fry until crispy. After cooking, please put it on a clean plate.

4. Turn down the temperature dial, then pour the soy sauce, carrot, pea, garlic powder, butter and rice into the frying pan, and stir the mixture.

5. Add your previously placed items (including onions, eggs and spaghetti) to the frying pan with the soy sauce mixture, and then add sesame oil, and mix well.

6. Add sesame and onion as decoration.