A big THANK YOU to Kim over at A Girl and Her Phone for putting together this collaboration! This time we are doing our favorite Instant Pot recipe. I will be honest and say that I have not made Fried Rice in the Instant Pot before but it is a family favorite! I used this Easy Instant Pot Hibachi Fried Rice as my guide. We had brown basmati rice that had already been cooked that I needed to use, as well as some shredded chicken that I had on hand. Also, I used the veggies from a Stir Fry Teriyaki Kit but not the sauce. This was definitely a good choice for my crew! Looking forward to making this again! Here's how I modified the recipe to make it work for me: Sesame oil - 1Tbsp Bragg Organic coconut liquid aminos - 3 Tbsp Unsalted butter - 1Tbsp Egg(s) - 4item(s) Stir fry vegetables without sauce - 9 cup(s) Cooked brown rice - 4 cup(s) Cooked skinless boneless chicken breast(s) - 8oz I added the sesame oil, cooked down the onions and veggies. Then added the butter an
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