Friday, September 3, 2010

Sausage Fried Rice Served with a Crispy Sunny Side Up

It's been pouring the whole day, the climate only lulls you to snuggle under your bed-covers, or maybe just do some cozying up by reading a book with a nice cup of coffee to be by your side. I was not wanting to cook anything at all, but you gotto you know especially with my toddler around, who could be finicky with what he'd like for the day. This is a recipe I had bookmarked in my usual routine of blog hopping by Sig with a little of my variation too. And it only lead to me making everyone happy for dinner..:)

Long grain Basmati Rice - 1 1/2cups cooked and cooled
Sausages - 1/2 cup diced
French Beans - 1/2 cup cut into 1 inch pieces
Shallots - 1/4 cup thinly sliced
Light Soy Sauce - 2 tbs
Ground Pepper and Salt to taste
Eggs - 1  fried per person
Spice Paste
Shallots- 2
Garlic - 5-6
Dried Red Chilly - 2
Galangal/Ginger - 1 inch

Grind the shallots, garlic, red chillies and ginger with a little water to form a smooth paste. Into a wok, add vegetable oil swirl the wok and when hot, add the sausages, fry till brown, remove and keep aside. Fry the shallots till crispy brown, remove and keep aside. Then add the beans, fry till done, remove and keep aside. Add the ground spice paste and sauté till the liquid is evaporated. Tip in the cooked rice and coat well with the spice paste. Then add the soya/ tamari sauce and pepper and mix the rice well. Then add the beans and sausages to the rice, cook on medium heat for another 3-4minutes and serve onto a plate. Then into the same wok, add oil enough to fry the egg, break an egg to get a nice crispy sunny side up, season with pepper and salt and carefully mount onto the rice.

1 comment:

  1. Hello first time to your space and found some new recipes. My twins love sausages and this fried rice will be a sure hit at home....


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