Thursday, October 16, 2014

The way I like

I used this Porkies luncheon meat one morning to cook fried rice since there was some leftover rice.

The luncheon meat looked good with 80% pork as stated on the can. For my fried rice, I have chopped some garlics and shallots, 2 eggs (beaten) and cubed luncheon meat.
Of course, the white rice which I have loosen to get a fluffy fried rice.
Firstly, I added the garlic and shallots into heated oil. Sauteed for a while till fragrant then I added the cubed luncheon meat. Stir well till cook. After that I pushed the ingredients to the side and tossed in the beaten eggs. Turned and broke the eggs and mixed with other ingredients.
Added in the white rice and mixed all well in the wok. Added salt and soy sauce to taste. As the kids were having it too, I did not add any pepper.

Dished out and served warm. My kind of fried rice. Could it be any simpler? I think not. I like it this way!


By the way, today is World Food Day! Say Yes to healthy fresh food, say No to wastage; and support global movement to end hunger!

9 comments:

Princess Ribbon said...

Yummzz, luncheon meat !! My favourite.. Can never go wrong with anything.. Luncheon meat fried egg, luncheon meat fried egg... Anything luncheon meat.. Yummzzz..

suituapui said...

Yes, this IS the brand! No other that I have had before can come anywhere near it, not even those very expensive over RM10 a can ones. Will buy this brand and no other ever again! Really very very good.

Ez Vina said...

Yes to no wastage!

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Luncheon meat, my all time favourite...

Linda said...

This does look good, Rose! :)

Azura Chan said...

Oh I didn't know today is the World Food Day. Should have posted about food in my blog instead. Hehe.

mun said...

Wow, it is a product of Denmark!

Joyce Rachel Lee-Bates said...

Now I miss luncheon meat. Gotta go buy a tin now. :)

Coffee Girl said...

My childhood favourite! the fried rice I mean. :-)