May 06, 2019

The magic is all in the rice and how it's cooked. In this recipe the rice is mixed rather than fried. This is best made with unmilled rices (black rice, red rice and brown rice - we're using red rice in this recipe, but feel free to experiment) as they are more durable and can be mixed immediately after being cooked.

This recipe is vegan, but no-one's stopping you from adding chopped ham or some blanched prawns if you like. It's great for meal prep and getting your kids to eat as many coloured vegetables as possible.


  • 1 cup of cooked Grain Guru Red Rice
  • ½ Red pepper, diced
  • Frozen edamame (or peas)
  • Frozen corn kernels
  • 1 red chilli, chopped
  • 1 tsp of chopped garlic
  • Chopped spring onions
  • Vegetable oil
  • Salt and Pepper


  1. Warm the oil in a sauté pan or wok and fry the garlic and chilli until light brown.
  2. Add in red pepper, edamame and corn, and cook until the frozen ingredients have defrosted.
  3. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  4. Fry for 2 minutes and then add spring onions.
  5. Remove from heat and fold in the cooked red rice.

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