Thai-inspired Fried Rice (low histamine)

This fried rice is such a refreshing meal. To make it you’ll need leeks, scallions, red bells, carrots, fresh ginger, sea salt, coconut sugar, Jasmine rice, and organic pasture-raised eggs. Make it your own by adding your fave veggies, coconut aminos (if tolerated), or fresh garlic. Just leave out the eggs if you want to keep it V.


***You’ll cook the jasmine rice beforehand, refrigerate it, then use it to make this recipe. Preparing the coconut oil rice this way increases resistant starch, which feeds good gut bugs and creates a much smaller glucose spike. ***




1 leek, cleaned/outer leaves removes, finely chopped 

3 scallions (green part only), finely chopped

½-1 tsp fresh grated ginger, depending on preference

Red bell pepper, julienned

½ c baby carrots, julienned

3 c cooked and refrigerated coconut oil rice

2 tbsp coconut oil

¾ tsp sea salt, to taste 

2 tsp coco sugar

2 organic pasture-raised eggs, lightly beaten 




Handful fresh cilantro finely chopped

1 scallion (green part only)

Cucumber slices 

Lime slices




1. Heat coconut oil in a large skillet over medium high heat.

2. Add leeks and green onion, stir fry for 1 minute, then add the bell pepper and  carrots. Cook for 1 minute.

3. Add ginger, and mix. Saute the ginger for 30s.

4. Add sea salt, mix well.

5. Add coconut sugar, and mix well.

6. Push everything to one side of the skillet, and pour the eggs onto the other side. Scramble the eggs quickly, being careful not to mix them with the veggies.

7. Add the rice, mixing all ingredients. Stir fry for 2 minutes so all the flavors come together. 

8. Serve immediately, and garnish with fresh cilantro, and cucumber and lime slices. Squeeze some lime juice on it, and enjoy!



**GF/DF/LOW HISTAMINE (I followed mastcell360 low histamine foods list very strictly initially, then added some foods from the SIGHI list as I began to tolerate more foods, all under the care of a dietitian. A low histamine diet is restrictive and not meant to be followed long-term, as nutrient deficiencies may develop).**


Hi, I'm Gabriela

I am a recipe creator and food blogger, have been a registered nurse for two decades, and will soon be an integrative and functional dietitian nutritionist. 

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