Pork Fried Rice – A Great Recipe for Canned Pork!

Pork fried rice is one of those dishes that seemingly everyone loves. Whether as a side to another meal or a special treat to enjoy, pork fried rice is relatively easy to make at home with canned pork from Werling and Sons.

Pork Fried RiceHere’s what to do. Start with a can of Werling and Sons Canned Pork. You’ll want half a cup of canned pork, which equals about 3 to 4 ounces. This will make six to eight servings of fried rice. You’ll also need two large eggs, a tablespoon of vegetable oil, a quarter cup of chopped onion, a chopped garlic clove, four cups of rice and three tablespoons of soy sauce.

In a large skillet, begin cooking the eggs in oil until they are firm. You’ll want to push them over to one side to create some space. Then add the onion and garlic to the other side and cook until the onion is tender. That should take about five minutes.

Once that’s complete, you’ll want to stir in the cooked rice, soy sauce and your Werling and Sons canned pork. Continue stirring until all the ingredients are mixed and steaming hot. Let cool for a few minutes and then serve – it’s that easy! You can also easily add carrots, peas or other ingredients to help make this quick and easy dish truly your own.

Werling and Sons has been in business since 1886, providing the finest canned beef, pork, chicken and turkey at the best prices. Our products can be used in a variety of recipes with the only limitation being your imagination. Order your canned meats online now, or stop in and see us at our retail store in Burkettsville, Ohio. You can also give us a call at 888-375-1998.

We’re now in our fourth generation of family ownership and still use some of the same great recipes that have been passed down through generations. Have you got some tasty concoctions that you’ve made with our canned meats? Add a comment below and let us know how you’ve created with our products!

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