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Inspired by a local Thai restaurant, this quick and easy fried rice dish, packed with pineapple, green onions, raisins, cashews and chicken, is a dinner-time hit
Make tasty Thai pineapple cashew chicken fried rice in a snap
This dish was inspired by one of our favourite Thai restaurants, Papaya Hut in Kitsilano. The combination of crunchy green onions and cashews, juicy pineapple, sweet raisins, and seasoned chicken is out of this world – and aside from a little bit of prep work, it’s really quick and easy to make.
I never, under any circumstance, cook with any other rice than brown. It’s so much better for you, so health trumps tradition in my recipes.
It didn’t seem weird until I was on the flip side, but I didn’t have fresh pineapple (only out of a can) until I was married! Now I can’t imagine going back to canned.
The only time I ever use canned pineapple anymore is for my carrot cake with cream cheese icing recipe, the absolute best carrot cake recipe on planet earth, care of the fabulous foodies at Canadian Living.