Wholesome Jasmine Brown Rice, savory bacon, and mouthwatering chicken serves to satisfy your hunger! Once you add balanced spiced and flavorful dressing, this Chicken and Bacon Fried Rice is a showstopper.
Prepare rice according to package directions; set aside.
Meanwhile, heat large skillet over medium-high heat; cook bacon for 8 to 10 minutes or until browned; transfer to plate and set aside. In medium bowl, season chicken with sazon. Add to skillet; cook for 12 to 15 minutes or until well browned and crisp. Add bell peppers, ginger, garlic, and jalapeño; cook for 3 to 5 minutes or until tender.
Add cooked rice, 1/4 cup green onions, adobo seasoning and soy sauce to skillet; cook, stirring, for 3 to 5 minutes or until well combined and heated through.
Transfer to serving plate. Garnish with remaining green onions and peanuts.
Also delicious with white Carolina® Jasmine White Rice. Adjust cooking times according to package directions. Garnish with cotija cheese for a creamy addition.
Smoky bacon and savory sazon seasoning add depth to this simple, yet flavorful dish. This recipe is one of many that demonstrates just how tasty bacon is – as if you didn’t already know – and that everything’s better with bacon!
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Get creative, unfollow the recipe, and make this dish your own by customizing which vegetables to toss in. Make a masterpiece with a few ingredients from each color palette:
– Green: Sugar snap peas, broccoli, green onion, bok choy, asparagus, zucchini
– Vibrant: Carrots, baby corn, red or yellow peppers, red cabbage
– Neutral: White or yellow onion, water chestnuts, bean sprouts, mushrooms
There are various ways to give your meal a little more heat. You can stick to the recipe and simply add the seeds from the jalapeño.
Alternatively, you could swap the jalapeño for another pepper. Serranos are 5 times hotter, yet not overpowering. If you want to kick it up a couple notches by opting for a variety that’s 100 times hotter according to the Scoville heat unit, consider swapping in a habanero pepper.