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Curry Beef Fried Rice

INGREDIENTS:
1 tablespoon canola oil
3 egg whites, beaten
5 ounces beef cut in ¼ inch wide strip
3 ounces diced onion
2 cups cooked Jazzmen Rice, cool or at room temperature
2 ounces pineapple, cut in small pieces
 Seasonings
     ¾ teaspoon salt Pinch white pepper
     1 teaspoon curry powder
     2 teaspoons low-sodium soy sauce
2 Green Onions cut in 1 ½ inch strips
½ teaspoon sesame seed oil

Heat a large cast iron or nonstick skillet and add canola oil. Add egg whites. When eggs become firm, remove from pan. Reheat pan; add beef and brown beef on all sides. Add onions and stir until onions are translucent. Add rice and pineapple and stir. Keep stirring to allow rice to heat throughout. Add seasonings and mix thoroughly. Add green onions, sesame seed oil and egg whites to finish the dish – mix well and serve hot.

About Jazzmen Rice
For generations, the most flavorful rice Americans have eaten has been Jasmine rice imported to the U.S. from Asia (most notably Thailand.) Jasmine is recognized for having the most desirable "gummy" white texture after cooking and its "aroma" before, during and after cooking is what causes it to be called "aromatic." Regular rice does not emphasize aromatic qualities nor is it noted as having any fullness of taste. Aromatic rice has a very pleasant notable aroma and taste qualities that contribute considerably to a variety of cuisine styles.
 
Twelve years ago, the LSU AgCenter started a project to increase rice production in Louisiana. We currently average approximately 500,000 acres of rice agriculture annually. There is a vast amount of acreage to build on.

The LSU AgCenter strives to help promote and build the quality and expertise of Louisiana's agricultural community - our farmers and our farms. And, the AgCenter thinks of everything possible to enhance and increase the productivity of Louisiana's vast acreage of farmland.

For twelve years, the AgCenter has been evolving, testing and improving a varietal (variety) of rice intended to compete head on with the quality, taste and cost of the thousands of tons of Jasmine rice coming into America each year from Asia. It has reached perfection in Jazzmen Rice. Read more by visiting the website at: http://jazzmenrice.com/index.php


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