Start out by making your white rice.
Spread out your rice on a cookie sheet. Allow the rice to dry out for about an hour or two, or you can throw it in the fridge to speed up the process.
When you are ready to start cooking slice your Beef Sausage, I sliced mine in half lengthwise and then diced it from there.
Whisk your eggs in a bowl and add just a splash of water, the water helps them to be a bit fluffier. Add a bit of salt and pepper to your egg mixture.
If using steam fresh peas and carrots cook them, this makes it so easy by the way, get those ready and in a bowl. Or if not using steam fresh prepare your veggies so they are ready to be thrown on the Blackstone. The veggies will dry out while they saute on the Blackstone.
Fire up your Blackstone griddle and re-oil it down.
One on side of your griddle spread out the sausage and some minced garlic. Allow these to saute a bit, this will warm up and cook the sausage as well as allows the minced garlic to flavor everything as well.
Spread out the rice on the other side of the griddle. You can also add the peas and carrots to the rice as well.
Use your long spatula to stir the rice and the meat on the griddle.
Pour the soy sauce into the rice, combine the meat with the rice mixture, and often stir with your log spatulas.
Reoil the part of your grill you will put your eggs on. The eggs will stick the most, so a bit of fresh oil will help with this.
Pour your eggs onto the griddle and allow them to start to cook; using two long spatulas at this time will help control. You can use the spatulas to chop up the eggs into like scrambled eggs and to move them around.
Mix your eggs into the rice mixture and allow to keep cooking on the griddle until the eggs are fully cooked.
Drizzle with more soy sauce if needed while the fried rice continues to cook on the griddle.
Use your spatulas to keep mixing the fried rice and allow the fried rice to cook for a couple more minutes.
Serve and enjoy!!