Shrimp Fried Rice Recipe

By Ryan Bucki / September 30, 2016

Shrimp is one of the most underutilized proteins in the lifting community. It is fairly inexpensive and super easy to prepare. It is versatile meaning you can make almost any dish that contains chicken or beef with shrimp instead. This healthy dish packs in the protein and carbohydrates with the healthy fats from the olive oil. The use of liquid aminos over soy sauce is a true plus to this dish. Eat fried rice and feel good about it! 

Total Time: 30 minutes
Prep: 15 min
Cook: 15 min

Servings: 6
Level: Easy

Macros Per Serving
Calories: 289
Fat: 8g
Carbs: 31g
Protein: 23g


2 cups - Pre-Cooked Shrimp
4 - Whole Eggs
2 cups - Brown Rice
1.5 cups - Broccoli
4 - Medium Whole Mushrooms
1 cup - Carrots
1 tbsp - Olive Oil
1 tbsp - Liquid Aminos


Shrimp Fried Rice Ingredients
  1. Prepare brown rice per package instructions. Make sure brown rice is fully cooked. Brown Rice Prep
  2. While rice is cooking, prepare vegetables by chopping them into small pieces. Chopped Vegetables
  3. Cut up the pre-cooked shrimp into small pieces. Prepared Shrimp
  4. Heat olive oil on stove over medium-high heat. img_7245
  5. Once oil is heated add the pre-cooked shrimp and vegetable mix into the pan. Add in 1 tsp of the liquid aminos to this mixture as well. Shrimp and Vegetable Mix
  6. Cook shrimp and vegetable mix until vegetables are semi cooked. Avoid over cooking the vegetables so they are not mush. You want that “crunch” with your meal. Cooked Shrimp and Vegetable Mix
  7. Add cooked brown rice to the shrimp and vegetable mix. Add two more tsp of the liquid aminos to this mixture and mix up. Rice, Shrimp and Vegetable Mixture
  8. Add the four eggs to the rice, shrimp and vegetable mixture. Mix and cook until eggs are fully cooked. Eggs, Rice, Shrimp and Vegetable Mixture
  9. Serve and enjoy your gains. Note: You can add salt and pepper to taste. You can also add more liquid aminos if you feel you need it.

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