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Teriyaki Beef Jerky Fried Rice Recipe

Prepare something a little different at deer camp by making this great-tasting Teriyaki Beef Jerky Fried Rice Recipe in just a few steps.

Teriyaki Beef Jerky Fried Rice Recipe
To save time at camp, pre-cook the rice and teriyaki jerky at home, stick it in a zip-top bag, and store it in a small cooler until you are ready to make the meal. (Jessyca Sortillon photo)
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Tired of eating the usual meals at camp or on the trail? This Teriyaki Beef Jerky Fried Rice Recipe delicious and will be a crowd pleaser.

Aside from the eggs and green onions, none of the ingredients in this recipe require refrigeration. If you’re in the backcountry, with no access to a small refrigerator or cooler, simply opt for farm fresh eggs that don’t need to be refrigerated and skip the green onions.

Serves: 4
Prep time: 20 minutes
Cook time: 15 minutes


Ingredients:

  • 4 ounces Old Trapper Teriyaki-style beef jerky, cut into small pieces
  • 2 cups uncooked long grain white rice
  • 4 cloves garlic, chopped
  • Half a small onion, chopped
  • 2 tablespoons oil
  • Soy sauce, to taste
  • Sriracha sauce, to taste
  • 2-3 eggs
  • Canned peas and carrots, to taste
  • Chopped green onion (optional)
  • Salt and pepper, to taste


Directions:

  1. Cook white rice according to package directions—different rice varieties and brands will have their own set of directions. But before you put the rice on the heat, add the Old Trapper beef jerky to the pot so the jerky can soften while the rice cooks.

    Note: To save time, you can cook the rice and jerky ahead of time at home. Store the cooked rice and jerky in a zip-top bag and stick it in your cooler until you’re ready to prepare the fried rice at camp. Old rice actually works better for fried rice.
  2. In a large pan, heat 1 tablespoon of oil over medium-high heat and cook onion with a pinch of salt until softened and slightly browned. Add garlic and sauté for 30 seconds until fragrant. Move onion mixture to a cooler part of the pan or transfer to a small bowl.

    Teriyaki Beef Jerky Fried Rice Recipe
    Chopped onion browning in oil. (Jenny Nguyen-Wheatley photo)
  3. Add the remaining oil to the pan and pour in the cooked white rice with jerky. Allow the rice to sit for a minute or two in the oil to brown and then mix in the onion/garlic mixture.

    Teriyaki Beef Jerky Fried Rice Recipe
    Onion-garlic mixture and rice-jerky mixture separated in the pan. (Jenny Nguyen-Wheatley photo)
  4. Season with soy sauce, Sriracha, salt, pepper and stir in eggs. Stir fry until eggs are no longer wet. Turn off heat and stir in canned peas and carrots. Garnish with chopped green onion if you have it. Cilantro tastes great, too.

    Teriyaki Beef Jerky Fried Rice Recipe
    Stir in 2-3 eggs. (Jenny Nguyen-Wheatley photo)

    Teriyaki Beef Jerky Fried Rice Recipe
    Add chopped green onions to your beef jerky fried rice before serving if desired. (Jenny Nguyen-Wheatley photo)

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