Nigerian Egg Fried Rice

Nigerian Egg Fried Rice, nigerian fried rice

Nigerian Fried Rice with Eggs

Nigerian Fried Rice is one of the most versatile Nigerian Rice recipe. There are several variations, of which the Egg fried rice is one of them. 

   The egg fried rice isn't so different from the classic Nigerian Fried Rice, but the addition of eggs, takes this delicious meal to different tasty level... I promise, you'll love it. ☺ 

*Video Recipe here

Nigerian Egg Fried Rice Ingredients:

 ingredients for Nigerian Egg Fried Rice

500g long grain white Rice
 •2-3 eggs
•500ml Chicken or Turkey stock/broth
100g cooked&diced Cow Liver (use beef as a substitute)
•2 large Carrots
1 handful Green Peas or Runner Beans
•1 large Green bell pepper
•1 Onion bulb
2-3 tablespoonful Curry Powder
1 teaspoonful Garlic Powder
½ tablespoonful Black or white pepper (optional)
•2- 3 Cooking spoonful Vegetable Oil
2 stock cube or bouillon cube for Seasoning
•Salt (to taste)

Cooking Directions

1. The first step is to prepare the Vegetables;
 a. Wash all the vegetables.  
      Dice the onion & set aside ; 
b.  Peel the carrots & cut into small cubes. 
c.  Remove the seeds of the green bell peppers & cut pepper into small cubes.

Nigerian Egg Fried Rice ingredients

Tip: Although fresh veggies are the best for Nigerian egg fried rice, frozen vegetables can also be used(after thawing).

d. Place the green peas& carrots in boiling water for 5 minutes, strain out and place in a bowl of cold water, leave to cool in the water, then pour into a sieve and set aside.

Tip: this method is called blanching. It helps to par-boil the vegetables without cooking it through, thereby cutting down the stir-frying process. It also helps to preserve the vibrant color of the vegetables.You can skip this step,If you want crunchy vegetables.

4a . Pour the chicken stock into a large pot and bring to a boil. As the stock begins to boil, add the parboiled rice, seasoning cubes(stock cubes), curry powder, garlic powder, onions and salt to taste. Leave to cook on medium heat until it's done.
  The stock should be at almost the same level as the rice, so that it dries up completely when the rice is done.
  You can add some water if the stock won't be enough to cook the Rice.
Nigerian Egg Fried Rice, nigerian fried rice
  TIP; The cooked rice should not be soggy or too tender and the grains shouldn't stick together either. 

5. Break the eggs, add salt to taste, whisk and  Fry in a pan(like an omelet),cool and dice the fried eggs.

6. Heat up the vegetable oil; add the carrots, peas, green bell pepper and diced liver/meat; stir-fry for 1 min and then add white/black pepper, a pinch of curry & a little seasoning cube to taste...mix together and add the diced eggs. Mix thoroughly and pour into a bowl.

Nigerian Egg Fried Rice, nigerian fried rice

     The Rice is going to be fried in small batches, so you'll have to divide the stir-fried vegetables into  portions, to go with the quantity of rice you cooked.

7. Pour a portion of the stir-fried m
ix into the frying pan; add the cooked rice and stir-fry for about 2 minutes. 
Tip: Do not overcrowd the pan,make sure there is a little space in the pan so that you can move the rice around the pan for even distribution of heat.      
   Repeat this process for the remaining rice and vegetable mix. 

Nigerian Egg Fried Rice, nigerian fried rice

 And your Nigerian egg Fried Rice is Ready to be served with  salads, Moi- moi ,Fried plantainsgrilled fish/beef/Chicken or any meat of your choice. ENJOY!

You might also like the Classic Nigerian Fried Rice Recipe

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* All Rice Recipes

* How to cook Nigerian Fried Rice 
How to Cook Nigerian Coconut Rice

* Nigerian Rice and Beans: How to cook Nigerian Jollof Rice and Beans

How to Parboil long grain white Rice(Nigerian  method)

Jollof Rice : How to Cook Nigerian Party Jollof Rice

By Nky Lily Lete

Please leave your comments, doubts, questions and success stories  below 
☺Bon Appetit


  1. You're the first and the best...God bless you for this recipe.... I tried it yesterday after receiving it in my inbox, my husband and his friends all loved it, thanks to you ..GOD BLESS

    1. Wow that was fast dear :).. I'm so glad you all enjoyed it...God bless you too dear :)

  2. What a delicious sunday meal. My family loves it expect my son who hates egg.

    1. Hi Chill, I'm glad you family loved it. You can try the classic Nigerian Fried Rice Recipe for you son, he'll surely love it , thanks for stopping by dear :)

  3. very nice.. like the step by step pictures most you have come up with i am tried the similar recipe.. egg fried rice you have many of good recipes.. do try to visit my place when time permits love to have your feedback dear ..i have followed u glad if u follow me back.. Have a good day.. Happy Blogging..

  4. Anonymous3:02:00 PM

    may God bless u for posting this direction on how to prepared delious food.... i try it n i love it tkss ma

  5. Indeed, ah luv ur method of d 9ja fried fries with d recipes that's nt far fetching...ah also learnt d egg fried rice also...goinno try this tmao. Ah bet ma rummies will luv this. Tnx ma

    1. You're welcome Yoonix, I'm glad you enjoyed all the recipes :)

  6. I've been following your blog and recipes and I must say they have really improved my cooking. Thanks a lot for the time you take out to help others. God bless you 😊

    1. Hi dearie, I'm glad you decided to comment today :)
      thanks for your lovely feedback and hope to see more of you here .God bless you too.

  7. Fan Base6:50:00 PM

    You are a rare gift to us. DALU, NNE!!!!! God continue to surround you with favor.
    Your tutoring has taken my cooking to a whole new,different & amazing dimension!
    My hubby & kids are loving & enjoying every single one of the dishes I've tried using your recipes as my guide(jollof rice,grilled tilapia,abacha,moi moi........). I thank God for you. I give credit to you for all the deliciousness emanating from my kitchen these days.....
    Ezigbo,you are too much.
    From one sister to another, thank you from the bottom of my heart. God will continue to uphold you & yours, bless the work of your hands,& prosper you in all you do IJN. Amen!!!!!

    1. Fan Base, I am tongue tied.
      You just made my day with this your comment.
      You make all the effort really worth it, thanks sweetie and keep me updated :)

  8. do you have boil the diced liver/meat b4 cooking

  9. This is my first time of ever commenting on a blog site. You are so good dear. You won't believe how much ur recipe is doing to my kitchen. I am trying it edikaikong recipe Moro for my hussy. That's his fave soup. Keep up sister cos you are helping us save our marriage with ur cooking style.

    1. Hi sweetie, thanks for your lovely comment. I'm so glad to be of help, keep me updated on your cooking and send me some pics too, if you can :)

  10. Hello, how do I remeasure the ingredients if I am planning to cook for 15 people please :)

    1. Double the ingredients dearie.

  11. Nky Lily; thank you so much for improving my kitchen wit in this my Barchelorhood.
    Hope my wife would be able to compete, when i marry! Thanks a million times.

  12. Nky Lily; thank you so much for improving my kitchen wit in this my Barchelorhood.
    Hope my wife would be able to compete, when i marry! Thanks a million times.

    1. You are welcome George,
      I'm so glad to be of help :)

  13. Awesome simply awesome, my friends and I enjoyed it. They were surprised a guy could cook rice like that. Thanks a lot.

    1. I'm glad uall enjoyed it .. well done :)


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