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I am such a sucker for all things pineapple!!! Pineapple is my favorite fruit and I add it to EVERYTHING!!! Even fried rice. It’s my absolute favorite of all fried rices. Unfortunately, every time I order take-out pineapple fried rice from a restaurant, the pineapple chunks are always so gigantic! Sometimes full rings of pineapple just tossed into the rice. It’s my biggest pet peeve, so I had to make a homemade version to my liking!
This pineapple fried rice recipe is conveniently loaded with bite-sized pineapple chunks, just bursting with all of their juicy sweetness. It’s also easy peasy to whip up, making it a fantastic weekday dinner option. It can also easily be a clean-out-the-fridge meal with all those lingering fruits & veggies!
Since I’m a busy work-at-home mom always on the go-go-go! My secret weapon when it comes to my Pineapple fried rice is the new Ling Ling Fried Rice line that can be purchased at Walmart!
The Ling Ling Fried Rice line features five unique dishes based on pure and authentic Asian inspired recipes from Japan, China, Korea and Thailand! Those recipies?
Why Ling Ling?
Because Ling Ling delivers superior flavor and exceptional taste because of the Infusion Cooking Method used to cook!
What does Infusion Cooking mean?
It means each grain of rice and noodle is infused with Ling Ling signature sauces for incredible flavor in every bite! You may not be able to taste the difference between Ling Ling Fried Rice, Noodles or Dumplings and your restaurant favorites! With Ling Ling Asian Entrees, staying in tastes like going out. Can we say yum?!?!
Ling Ling also makes a variety of other Asian Entrees such as Ling Ling Noodles and Dumplings! These entrees are also based on authentic Asian inspired recipes from across the region!
Two Noodle varieties: Chicken Yakisoba, Drunken Noodles with Chicken
Two Dumpling varieties: Chicken Dumplings in Chili Sauce and Pork Dumplings in Chili Sauce
$2 off a box of Ling Ling Fried Rice, Noodles or Dumplings at any retailer where the products are sold!!!!! My favorite place to pick up all things Ling Ling is my local Walmart! Just head to the freezer section and toss a few boxes in your cart!
Ling Ling Coupon Offer
1 Box Ling Ling Fried Rice Yakitori Chicken
Olive Oil (to grease the pan)
Scoop out the pineapple. If you are going to use the pineapple as a bowl, use a knife to neatly carve the pineapple out.
Slice up your pineapple.
Oil up your pan so nothing sticks!
Toss your Ling Ling Fried Rice & Pineapple into the pan and cook for about 7-8 minutes on medium heat.
After you’re Pineapple fried rice is fully cooked, serve and enjoy!
What are some of your favorite Asian-Inspired dishes you like to cook at home?
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10/17/2017 01:29:02 pm
Oh my yum! I love, love, love fried rice of any kind. Never thought of making it with pineapple, but what a great tip about using boxed rice! I usually do ham fried rice, but I think I'll add some pineapple to it this time. And the way you presented it in a pineapple??? Very creative. Great pics!
10/17/2017 05:31:41 pm
I love pineapple and I love fried rice, I'm so excited to get to try and make this!
10/17/2017 09:02:13 pm
I absolutely love fried rice! Take out gets expensive, so this is a great alternative. I love the way you presented it in the pineapple- so cute!
10/18/2017 04:05:37 am
Oh yummy!! My mom is Vietnamese and makes the most amazing fried rice! I'm definitely intrigued by adding pineapple - will certainly have to give this recipe a try!
10/18/2017 07:58:17 pm
I love pineapple too, but I haven't ordered Chinese food with it yet. I like the idea of being able to make it at home on my own.
10/18/2017 08:35:09 pm
I love pineapple fried rice and sometimes I order it from a local Thai restaurant but I've never thought to try and make it myself. I'm not exactly a talented cook but my husband is and he'd probably enjoy trying to make this.
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