Leftover Shredded Pork Fried Rice Recipe On The Blackstone

20 Servings
31 min

This Shredded Pork Fried Rice Recipe On The Blackstone is perfect to make with leftover smoked pulled pork! The flavor of leftover smoked pulled pork added so much flavor to the Hibachi fried rice! Fried rice is an easy weeknight dinner that is easy to make on the Blackstone griddle! You can add different sauces to the fried rice or even to the shredded pork to change up the flavor of the fried rice! Also called Hibachi fried rice this dinner is a family favorite! Also changing up the vegetable can change the flavor of the fried rice as well!

Gather your ingredients and fire up your Blackstone griddle!

Allow to cook!!

Serve And Enjoy!

Leftover Shredded Pork Fried Rice Recipe On The Blackstone
Recipe details
  • 20  Servings
  • Prep time: 10 Minutes Cook time: 21 Minutes Total time: 31 min
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  • Leftover Smoked Pulled Pork Shoulder
  • Egg
  • Cooked White Rice
  • Peas
  • Carrots
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Soy Sauce
  • Minced Garlic

A couple of hours before you are ready to make your fried rice or the night before cook up your white rice. I make my white rice in a rice cooker, like these -> here on Amazon.
Spread out your rice on a cookie sheet to allow to dry out some after it is done cooking, I let mine dry out for about an hour or two depends on what’s going on before dinner time.
Take your leftover smoked pulled pork and shred it if needed or grab it out of the fridge.
Whisk your eggs in a bowl and add just a splash of water, the water helps them to be a bit fluffier. Salt and pepper to the egg mixture.
Fire up your Blackstone griddle and re-oil it down if needed. I keep mine ready to go at all times so all I have to do is turn it on and re-oil it.
Spread out your pork and your rice to warm up, I did drizzle it with some soy sauce and dropped in my minced garlic as well.
Next, I add my vegetables to the meat and allow them to cook with the meat.
Then mix everything together with the rice, meat, and veggies onto one side of the griddle.
Pour your eggs onto the other side of the griddle allow to cook, if your griddle looks dry squirt on a bit more vegetable oil. These will get chopped up kinda like scrambled eggs in your rice.
Once your eggs are cooked mix the eggs into everything on the griddle.
Drizzle with soy sauce and allow to cook a couple more minutes on the griddle.
Serve and enjoy!!
That Guy Who Grills
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