In a large, over-sized skillet, fry the bacon on medium-high heat until it reaches desired doneness. We like ours tender-crisp in rice.
Add in the garlic and fry for 1-2 minutes.
Add in the sesame oil, soy sauce, and oyster sauce. ( you can mix in more at the end, so start at 2 tbsp of each. I prefer 2 tbsp soy and 4 tbsp Oyster sauce, but feel free to mix it up to your liking!). Stir until all the sauces and bacon mix are combined.
Add in the rice and fry until it crisps up how you like it.
Stir in the ham and vegetables of your choice.
Push the rice to the side or make a well. Add in the eggs and stir fry in that well until scrambled. Once done, mix the egg into the rice mixture.
Fry the rice some more, taste and see if you want to add more soy or oyster. Mine always needs more oyster sauce, it gives it the most fabulous flavor ever!
Serve up in bowls and let the family top with green onions.
old leftovers are the best when it comes to the rice, and I prefer Jasmine rice. You want the rice to be slightly dried out a bit to fry up properly.
Nutritional values will vary depending on ingredients used