Quick Brunch Before Movie

Hi guys, hope you had a good weekend. Mine was okay; went to watch Seven Pounds by Will Smith on Saturday morning (the storyline was kinda confusing and chaotic) and had a small, cozy dinner with friends on Sunday night.

Since I got access to all the kitchen equipments here at my new place, I’m gonna post up some of my culinary experiments once a while. This is what I cooked before movie on last Saturday – a simple and quick fried rice.

You need:

2 cups of leftover rice
3 cloves of garlic, minced
1 medium red onion, peeled and sliced
3 pieces of chicken frankfurters, thawed and sliced
(can substitute with other type of meat of your choice such as chicken, char siew, waxed Chinese sausage, pork)
2 eggs
3 tablespoon cooking oil
a dash of sesame oil
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
salt and pepper to taste

1. Heat up cooking oil, sauté the garlic till fragrant, add in the onions. Lower the heat and stir till onions softens.
2. Throw in the sliced frankfurters, oyster sauce and stir fry till the meat are cooked through. Break in the eggs, add salt, pepper and sesame oil.
3. Add rice, increase the heat and stir till everything are evenly mixed. Dish out and garnish with chopped spring onion (I don’t have any, so there was no garnishing).

Enough to lasts me till lunch time after the movie. 🙂

22 thoughts on “Quick Brunch Before Movie

  1. Ryonn,
    Mine less colour than yours ^^ Your plate is black lah!

    Precious Pea,
    Yeah, must use leftover rice for the “satu biji satu biji” effect, hehe. Soon, lemme plan plan a bit first. 🙂

  2. good culinary skills… lol!!! Must invite fellow bloggers to your place and whip out your best dishes soon ok??
    Simple dish can be just as tasty… but I just hate washing dishes… hahaha

  3. i totally love it when the fried rice are all seperated and not glued together in a lump…. normally i add sausages to my fried rice too and with some french bean (yeah, i know, i’m weird)….

    By the way, do you wait till the eggs are cooked halfway through only you stir them with the rice or you just keep on frying when the eggs are added??

  4. Thule,
    Thanks but actually it was quite easy to prepare. Yeah, sometimes I hate to wash the dishes too!

    Thanks for the compliment.

    To avoid the rice from clumping, must use leftover rice. Put the rice in a container and chill till it’s ready to use. French bean’s good! I prefer french bean more than long beans. My mom used to add them to the fried rice.

    I wait for a while for the eggs to set first, then only I add the rice. Else they’ll stick to the rice and make it harder to stir around.


  5. Mimi,
    Only home cooked ones will have lap cheong!

    Same here!

    Chef in the making? *blush* No lah, still far away. 🙂

    I agree! Hahaha!

    *pass one plate*

    Unfortunately, I didn’t stock up sambal at home. Maybe next time.

    The other portion is mine too. 😛 Nah, it was my housemate’s.

    Thanks guys. 🙂

    LOL… tenkiu tenkiu… you’re not bad what. 🙂

    Yeah, but only on weekends (weekdays too rush la). Tenkiu tenkiu. 🙂

    Yeah, maybe should add dried shrimps next time. Yep, stay tuned for more.

    Not bad right? 😛

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