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Some sweet and savory combinations truly taste like they were made for eachother. The proof is in the pudding...or should we say pineapple fried rice? A base of brown rice seasoned with soy sauce and hoison sauce with aromatics like garlic and ginger gives this dish that wonderfully salty, savory flavor that you look for in fried rice. Add eggs, an option protein like shrimp, and some fresh pineapple to the mix and you've got a beautifully balanced meal or side dish that tastebuds of all ages will love!
If using the shrimp, we recommend using 2 eggs. For a vegetarian version of this recipe, swap the shrimp for an extra egg (3 eggs total).
For a fun presentation, serve this dish in a hollow pineapple boat! To make one, simply slice pineapple in half from top to bottom when fully intact (while leaving the full leaf plume whole). Cut one half at the top to release it from the leaves and set it aside. Working with the other half (leaves still attached) cut/scoop out the inner edible portion, leaving the hollowed-out pineapple rind as a "boat" of sorts. Once your fried rice is ready to serve, transfer it to your pineapple shell before serving for a presentation that's sure to impress!
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