I do not follow any “recipes” per say, I have always fashioned my fried rice after watching hibachi chef’s make it. To give you an overview I start with some butter & olive oil&& sesame oil and copious amount of garlic, salt and pepper. (I always go very light on the salt because of the soy sauce being added later). After a minute I’ll add my chopped onion (I use regular sweet onion you can mix green onion and last night I used sweet onion and leeks since I had them on hand). Just soften them a minute or two and I add my protein, last night was shrimp. Once the protein/shrimp are half way cooked add a table spoon of soy and hoisin and mix.
Once the protein is fully cooked I remove it from my wok simply because I don’t have the capacity to cook everything together. (I’m generally cooking for 4-6 people). More oil and garlic (not as much as before) and in with the riced cauliflower, I used to do my own from scratch however it’s a pain in the ass and I honestly prefer Green Giant Rice Veggies Cauliflower Medley (frozen see link below) it already comes with peas and carrots. Into the wok, put the lid on for about 2-3 mins to let it defrost then I add some more soy and hoisin until the desired friend rice color. (last night I added another bag of frozen chopped mixed vegetables, last night was just more peas, carrots and string beans however there are some brands which sell an Asian veggie mix which goes great)
Let the soy and hoisin mix in, add back the protein mixture combine / mix everything in the wok, add once combined empty into serving tray. I then do a quick scrambled egg (2 eggs) in the empty wok, and spread the scrambled egg across the top along with a generous amount of sesame seeds.
That’s how I make it, the great thing about it is it’s a very flexible dish, once you get the general “fried rice” aspect down, you can mix any number of other veggies and proteins. Honestly, once it’s completed the texture isn’t the same as friend rice, but the flavor really is. This has quickly become one of my favorite low carb dishes. Fairly quick, fairly easy and just on pan clean up!!
Experiment it’s really hard to go wrong. Hope that helped.