Ginger Shrimp Fried Rice Recipe

I love ginger. I find myself gravitating towards gingery recipes and adding this delicious and invigorating spice to everything from soup to stir fry dishes. One of my favorite gingery recipes is ginger shrimp fried rice. It’s quick, easy, and my family loves it! Normally, when I make shrimp and ginger fried rice, I use medium to long grain white rice. It’s fluffy, sturdy and doesn’t clump or fall apart when fried. Recently I tried Jasmine rice, and was impressed by the way it turned out. This ginger shrimp fried rice with jasmine rice post has been sponsored. All opinion expressed here are mine.

Ginger Shrimp Fried Rice with Jasmine Rice Recipe

Fried rice is one of those comfort foods that everyone makes to their liking. Throughout the years I’ve adapted my fried rice ingredients to suit my family. You don’t need exact ingredients or measurements. And just about any ingredient belongs in fried rice. I’ve used leftover chicken, crab meat, shrimp, sambal oelek, coriander, ginger, sesame oil, cilantro, white rice and now jasmine rice.

Ginger Shrimp Fried Rice with Jasmine Rice Recipe

Jasmine Rice is a aromatic long grain rice grown in the highlands of Thailand. When cooked it is soft and fluffy with a taste that enhances traditional spices. After learning about Jasmine rice, I knew it would be the perfect ingredient in my ginger shrimp fried rice.

Success Rice recently introduced Jasmine Rice, a boil-in-bag rice that is ready in just 10 minutes. I’m always looking for ways to avoid having to pull out my rice cooker. It’s big and a pain to clean, so using Jasmine Rice was a huge time saver. Each box contains four bags which is perfect for my family. No measuring or burnt rice because I left the rice on a little too long.

Ginger Shrimp Fried Rice with Jasmine Rice Recipe

Making fried rice is easy in theory, but getting it right may take some experimenting. The key to a “really good fried rice” is day old cold rice and a hot wok. Here, I added a lot of ginger because I love it, and for a sharper flavor. You can make this as is or adjust the ginger to suit your taste.

Ginger Shrimp Fried Rice with Jasmine Rice Recipe

Ginger Shrimp Fried Rice with Jasmine Rice Recipe

Ginger Shrimp Fried Rice

2 cups medium shrimp, peeled and deveined, tail off
3 bags of cold cooked Success Jasmine Rice
2 teaspoons rice wine
1/2 teaspoon toasted sesame oil
2 tablespoons low sodium soy sauce
3 tablespoons olive oil, divided
3 eggs, lightly beaten
1 1-inch piece fresh ginger, peeled and sliced into very thin matchsticks
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 scallions, thinly sliced, white and green parts separated
1/2 cup thawed frozen peas
1/3 cup carrots, grated


1. Mix shrimp with rice wine and set aside.

2. Preheat a wok over high heat for about 1 minute. Add 1 tbsp oil, swirl to coat the wok and add the eggs. Scramble eggs, about 1 minute. Remove from heat and transfer the eggs to a plate. Wipe the wok clean and return to the heat.

3. Heat 2 tbsp oil in the wok. Add shrimp and saute until just cooked through. Remove shrimp with a slotted spoon.

4. Heat remaining oil in wok. Add scallion whites, ginger and garlic and saute until fragrant, about 30 seconds.

5. Stir in the rice and press into the pan. Cook, stirring and pressing, until the rice is sizzling, about 2 minutes.

6. Return eggs and shrimp to wok, add frozen peas, carrots, soy sauce, vinegar and sesame oil. Cook, stirring, until heated through, about 1 minute.

7. Garnish with the scallion greens and serve.

Ginger Shrimp Fried Rice with Jasmine Rice Recipe

Ginger Shrimp Fried Rice Tips

  • This recipe is best with day old rice. But if you don’t have any, you can make fresh rice. Just refrigerate it for about 30 minutes to cool.

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Have you ever tried ginger in a jasmine rice recipe?

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  1. I would love to try Success Jasmine rice. I just love rice, in any form or recipe!

  2. We eat stir-fry 2-3 times a week. I’m going to try it with jasmine rice this week.

  3. This sounds delicious and easy to make.

  4. Ginger is very good for you. Sometimes your body knows what’s best for it and gravitate towards the goodness. :-)

  5. Sounds yummy! I have never tried Jasmice rice, but always enjoy trying new recipes, so I would definitely try this ginger shrimp fried rice.

  6. I like both ginger and Jasmine rice and not I’ll just try them together!

  7. looks and sounds amazing…I love stirfry!

  8. This looks and sounds very flavorful for such a quick 7 easy recipe. I’m definitely going to try it out. Thanks!

  9. Jennifer Williams says

    That looks really good, thank you for sharing. I did not know they had Jasmine rice, love how easy it is to make.

  10. Oh my goodness, that looks delicious. You cooked my kind of food!

  11. April McGregor says

    I make the chinese version of this which is very similar. we call it chao fan.

  12. Saving and making this recipe

  13. Good food indeed, thanks for sharing.

  14. Oh wow, I HAVE to make this! Looks and sounds delicious!

  15. We did not eat shrimp growing up so Im always looking for easy recipes. This looks easy for a beginner.

  16. Rebecca Parsons says

    This is a great recipe and Jasmin rice is my favorite type of rice.

  17. I love ginger – thanks for a fun recipe idea!

  18. Looks super yummy! I love easy, quick meals. We cook at home all the time, so I am always looking for new recipes. Thanks!

  19. This looks delicious; how much in cups is three bags of Jasmine rice?

    I generally julienne my carrots for stir-frying; I’ve never thought of grating them.

  20. What a fabulous meal you put together in very little time. It looks and sounds quite flavorful as well, and I am sure that the ginger adds an extra kick to it.

  21. Might be a little too much ginger for me, but it sounds pretty good. Pinned!

  22. Making fried rice is easy in theory, but getting it right may take some experimenting and mine never turns out so hopefully use of ginger would improve.

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