FooDcrazEE cook - Fried Rice














Went back to my room kinda early and was chatting with `smacker and steelrage in MiRC #Malaysia and that faggot `smacker suddenly said, he's hungry. Diu, after my work out, was feeling hungry too.

Ransack the fridge and i forgotten i had steamed some rice for my dinner, cant remember when and I think it is about 3 days old liao. Who cares ? With not much things in the fridge, simplified the fried rice lor.....

Saw some Wolf Berry and remembered that Greenapple uses this berry to fry her vege. Apa lagi took out some and soaked them in H2O. Egg, baby carrot and Kikkoman. Oh! I forgotten some oil too, thought of using butter but nah! wont be good for the wolf berry.

Peel some garlic about 3 cloves,i used the whole clove and sauteed them till fragrant. Cracked the egg, fry them up, chucked in the baby carrot and pour some kikkoman in. Next is the rice, dump them in and just flip the pan till all well mix. Too lazy to use wooden spoon or spatula. Go ahead if you want to say I'm trying to show off. Maybe I am - chuckle. Why not, i got the skill, right ? hahahahahaahahahaha! Lolz!

Add in a pinch or 2 of crushed black pepper and few dash of kikkoman. We are done...

Then i remembered we still have sambal that my neighbour made for us - yeah - the actual sambal made from dried shrimp and ikan bilis chopped and then sauteed till fragrant with all the spices.

Look at the pic and you will see the sambal on the side of the rice. Wish I remembered earlier, then I can do a sambal fried rice. Stupid me....


















Cheers !

24 comments:

Tazz said...

*lol* Even if the rice has gone bad, you still won't suffer stomachache because the spicy sambal kills the bacteria. That's my theory!!!! Hahahaha...

fooDcrazEE said...

Tazz,

Mind u, the rice is still fluffy. Precisely what i had in mind too, about the sambal - killing all the bacteria.....hehehehehe!

linnish said...

Looks good even if the rice is 3-days old *lol* As long as it doesn't turn sourish, it's all good :)

Eggy said...

Thanks for stopping by Greedy Goose! You're funny! After reading your post I've got a major sambal craving. Now I have to driver across Singapore (all 20 minutes of it) to go and eat nasi lemak with the bestest sambal ever...

fooDcrazEE said...

lin, the rice is still fluffy.

eggy - u r welcome. If a blog is good, we will read them wont we.

Jas said...

Hmm... something new wolfberries in fried rice, btw your fried rice looks good too. Eh did you mention MIRC? Which server you using? Galaxynet? Hmm... “steelrage” the nick seems very familiar. :x

mg said...

Hi,

I always cook enough rice to stir fry the following day... never kept it that long though. Buy yeah, i guess the sambal was a great compliment to it. LOL!

Hey, is there a chance your neighbour can share the recipe? he he.

mg said...

Ooops, i forgot to thank you for your comment on my site. Very helpful. Will try your recipe for hainanese rice.

I have one Q?, please can i be cheeky and ask if you would provide me the info on the garnish? How to make ginger and spring onions taste so good.

THANKS!

Primrose said...

Mum told me that overnight rice is always good to make fried rice. And I loooove fried rice (any kind) AND baby carrots (that seemed to be sweeter than normal carrots). Yum, yuuumm! You're making me hungry.

culinary said...

ur fried rice look so delicious, are they baby carrot ?

fooDcrazEE said...

Jas, its dalnet. Drop by when u free ler.

Mae,will ask and see if she is willing to share the recipe.

Making ginger and spring onion tasty ? err.... what do you mean ? Mail me.

Prim cook and makan ler

Rabbit, yeah, its baby carrot. Love them.

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hi foodcrazee, I have linked you up in my blog. :)

That sambal looks yum.

linnish said...

Speaking abt linking up blogs, can I link yours to mine too? :)

fooDcrazEE said...

stay at home mum, thanx for linking. Its an honour for me.

Lin, thanx and i have linked to urs too.

glutton rabbit said...

I love baby carrots!!!! Can you cook without a spoon/spatula?? Wow such marvelous skills... *clap-clap*...

Greenapple said...

great job! looks yummy, and chinese wolfberries with fried rice? bravo! now i am inspired too!

fooDcrazEE said...

greenapple, it was from ur post that inspire me. thanx lots

NKW said...

ur fried rice is just super nice... makes me drool already... i am hungry!

how do u fry it without spatula or spoons??? u flipped it??

last time i tried flipping
end up with rice all over the floor
:(

cass! said...

ei... is smacker zess? klang bakkutteh kia...

rokh said...

wolfberry in fried rice. never thought of that! how interesting

Rorie said...

Yum! Looks really, really good!

fooDcrazEE said...

NKW - needs practice, thats all.

Cass, u dunno `smacker meh ? Ask KY

Rokh - inspiration from Greenapple

Rorie - thanx for dropping by. Ur blog ?

boo_licious said...

Very nice - maybe you can ask the chefs to add wolfberries in the fried rice. I am sure the idea will take off in the restaurant.

fooDcrazEE said...

Boo_, i dare not. They might kill me...chuckle!