Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Fried rice.

Do not discard your unfinished cooked rice !
It can be reuse to make i.e. pop rice, fried rice, vegetable/yam/roast pork rice....etc.
The good thing about fried rice is, it is so easy to cook.

The ingredients:
1 bowl of cooked fragrant rice.
1 egg (whisked, fried and shredded)
3 shallots (sliced)
Chicken cube meat (diced).
1 stalk of Choy Sam (chopped- 1 inch long)


Heat up 1 tablespoon of Extra Virgin Olive oil in a non-stick pan.
Saute sliced shallots until golden brown.
Stir in chicken cube meat and fry until about half cooked.
Add in the cooked rice-toss and loosen it.
Then add in the Choy Sam, shredded egg, salt (or soy sauce) and ground pepper to taste-fried and flipped it until evenly cooked.
Ready to serve !


A plate of nutritious Choy Sam/ diced chicken/egg  fried rice.

6 comments:

Stephanie said...

Another delicious offering :-D I love fried rice and like to have char siew in it he he...

thule a.k.a leo said...

you cook or your wife?? presentation-wise it matches restaurant's :)

SimpleGirl said...

yes, for fried rice, better to use overnight rice for frying...

smallkucing said...

overnight rice is the nest for fried rice

EatTravelEat said...

Good advice on using cooked rice from before! Looks so pretty too...definitely rivals a restaurant's presentation. :)

foodbin said...

Stephanie-fried rice is versatile-you can just add in any of your fave ingredients.
Thule a.k.a leo-cooked by my wife.
SimpleGirl/smallkucing-it won't get sticky.
EatTravelEar-thanks for the compliments.