This is a simple and easy way to make pork fried rice. This is a perfect lunch all by itself.
Add the five spice and sugar to the marinated pork.
In large pan, heat oil on high heat. Add Pork and cook, stirring constantly, until pork is browned.
In large wok or pot, heat on high heat and add olive oil and pork. Stir- fry for about 3-4 minutes or until pork is slightly browned.
Add frozen vegetables and continue cooking for a minute or so or until they are no longer frozen.
Move mixture to edges of pan, leaving an empty circle in the middle of the pan. Add the egg mixture and slowly stir in that center area until eggs are cooked. Don’t worry, a few peas or carrots may get in there, but it’ll be fine. Note: The correct way is to create a flat crepe like egg and then slice it. I’m lazy, this is so much easier and less pans.
Mix it all together and add the rice. If the rice is cold, it will be very sticky. I will use a potato masher to help separate the rice while it is cooking. Once everything is combined well and the rice is no longer clumpy, add the soy sauce mixture and cook for 1-2 minutes more.
Remove from heat and serve! YUM!