This Blackstone Duck Fried Rice takes tender sous vide duck breast and stir-fries it on the Blackstone griddle with jasmine rice, peas, carrots, onions, and seasonings for restaurant-quality fried rice right at home!
Blackstone Duck Fried Rice Recipe
I love fried rice because it has all the fixings of a whole meal right in one dish. It is also really easy to make for a crowd! With just a little pre-planning and prep, you can have a restaurant-style take-out fake-out any day of the week.
For this recipe, we actually used a sous vide duck breast that was PERFECT for fried rice. If you have a sous vide machine, I highly recommend taking that route! If you do, just make sure to add the diced duck breast last, when you are mixing everything together. You want it to be warm but not cooked more than it already was during its water bath.
If you don’t have a sous vide, duck fried rice is still amazing! Just quickly stir fry the diced duck breast with the vegetables, according to the recipe directions below. 😉
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Duck Fried Rice shopping list
- duck breasts
- Jasmine rice
- green onion
- avocado oil
- sesame oil
- togarashi or midnight toker
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How to make duck fried rice on the Blackstone Griddle
Want to know what you’re getting yourself into? Here’s the overview of what this recipe entails. When you make the real deal, make sure to follow the FULL instructions below in the recipe card!
- Make your rice. Spread it out on a cookie sheet and refrigerate, uncovered, overnight.
- Heat the griddle. Cook the vegetables. Cook the meat. Cook the rice. Mix them all together.
- Cook the eggs. Mix in the sauce and seasoning.
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Tips for amazing fried rice at home
- Use real jasmine rice, and don’t skip the chill.
Please stay away from the Minute Rice for this, folks. Break out the rice cooker or Instant Pot, cook your rice, and don’t skip the overnight chill. It helps keep the rice from getting mushy during the cook.
- Cook everything separately and mix in at the very end.
I like to cook my vegetables in one area, the rice in another, and the meat in another. Mix it all together, form a donut, quick do your egg in the middle, pour your sauce over the rice, mix it all. Serve.
Need rice? My Instant Pot Rice recipe is perfect for this!
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Fried rice is fast and easy to make, but if you are cooking for a crowd on your gas griddle these tools will make your life much easier. They aren’t required, by any means, but you’re going to enjoy the process a whole lot more with some tools helping you out!
Want to make it a meal?
We eat fried rice as our meal pretty often, so you could definitely just serve this as a stand-alone meal.
If you want to add some more variety to your dinner, I’ve got some great options for you.
- Spicy BBQ Pork Tenderloin
- BBQ Pork Rice Bowls
- Mongolian Beef
- Orange Chicken
- Broccoli Chicken Stir-Fry
- Honey Pecan Shrimp
- Egg Rolls
- Fried Pork Wontons
- Teriyaki Steak Yakisoba
- 4 tablespoons canola oil, divided
- 1 small onion, diced
- 1 teaspoon minced garlic
- 2 duck breasts, diced
- 1 cup frozen peas and carrots
- 3 cups cooked Jasmine rice, chilled
- 2 eggs, lightly beaten
- 1/8 cup soy sauce
- 1 teaspoon sesame oil
- salt and pepper
- Preheat your griddle to medium-high or high heat (basically you just don't want to light the oil on fire), and place about a tablespoon of oil down.
- Dump on the onions, frozen peas, and carrots and stir fry until heated through and the edges get a little crispy.
- Add in the duck breast and cook for 2-3 minutes.
- Move the duck breast and the vegetables over to the side of the griddle that is NOT a hot spot (if your griddle has multiple heat zones, turn one down). If you need to, remove it from the griddle to a pan. Ideally, you want it to stay warm but not continue to cook.
- Put down some more oil on the griddle and let it heat up. Add on the cold rice and break it apart with your spatula. Continue moving it around the griddle, evenly coating it with oil and letting it get toasty. Add in the garlic during the last minute of cooking. (Add more oil as needed throughout the process.)
- Combine the duck breast, vegetables, and rice together and stir and toss until they are evenly combined. Drizzle the soy sauce and sesame oil on top and continue to stir and cook until it is evenly distributed.
- Make a hole in the middle of the rice and add a little more oil. Crack the eggs inside, stir with the spatula, and toss to combine with the rice.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 198Total Fat: 10gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 8gCholesterol: 85mgSodium: 220mgCarbohydrates: 13gFiber: 1gSugar: 1gProtein: 13g
Nutrition data provided here is only an estimate.
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