A sprinkle of curry powder is a quick way to add a ton of flavor to fried rice. In this Japanese Curry Fried Rice recipe, I go a step further to give this quick-fix all the flavors of a bubbling pot of Japanese Curry.
Heat a frying pan over medium-high heat and add the oil and onions. Fry these until they're light brown in color.
Add the ground beef and break it up using a spatula.
When the meat is cooked through, add the rice and stir together to coat it with oil.
Sprinkle the curry powder and salt evenly over the rice, and then add the green peppers.
Stir-fry and toss the fried rice until the curry fried rice is uniform in color, and the rice is heated through.
Drizzle the chunou sauce over the fried rice and toss to distribute evenly. Once the sauce is mixed through, you can stop stirring periodically to give the rice a little bit of browning, but be careful not to burn it.