Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Mixed Fried Rice with Snow Pea

I'm happy that my vegetable garden product some fantastic result beyond my expectation!! This year I enlarged my garden to seed vegetables like snow pea,sweet pea ,string bean,lettuce,strawberry,corn,squash,tomato,pepper ,melon and some herbs..So far I have some sweet pea and snow pea waiting for me to harvest..Believe it or not I think the vegetable that I snipe or harvest from my garden taste better and crunchy than the one bought from store!! As they said ORGANIC vegetable is good for our body!! Days ago I sniped some mature snow pea to make fried rice. Rice is a staple food for us Asian.Usually I cooked extra rice and would use it to make some fried day the next day.Here is my simple and easy fried rice with fresh snow pea.





Ingredients:
2 large bowl cooked jasmine rice (overnight prefered)
12 pieces snow peas,wash and sliced
20 pieces medium shrimp,shelled and washed
3 eggs
1 onion,peeled and diced small
100 gm minced meat
2 tbsp chicken boullion powder
1 tbsp ground black pepper
salt to taste
2-3 tbsp oil
2 tbsp sesame oil
Method:
1:Prepare wok or large skillet at medium high heat with oil for scramble eggs.Remove egg from wok after 2 minutes,set aside. Used the same skillet,add in onion,minced meat and shrimp ,stir fry for 2 minutes before add in overnight rice.
2:Fry the rice thoroughly,about 5-10 minutes before add in all the seasoning,scramble eggs and sliced peas .Toss the ingredients for another 3-5 minutes.Check the seasoning.
3:When you see your rice are not sticking together ,it's fluffy and loose,then it's ready.Remove from heat and serve warm.
Note:
The key to make great fried rice is to use overnight Jasmine rice and make sure the fried rice is dancing in the wok then it's ready.








4 comments :

Cindy Khor said...

yummy juicy looking huge prawns on a bed of fried goodness. i'm gonna make them now.

noobcook said...

congrats on your harvest! your fried rice looks so moist and tasty

Justin said...

i think this is my first time visiting. this stir-fry looks so simple, but I swear I could eat this kind of food every day.

My Asian Kitchen said...

Cindy:
yes it's..thanks!


noobcook:
Thanks!

Justin:
thanks for dropping by:) hope to see you again soon:)

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