Friday, May 29, 2015

Nyonya flavour

I were flipping through a recipe book when I saw this recipe. A Nyonya fried rice! 


I forgot the name of the recipe book so sorry, cannot give reference to the source. I were actually in the workshop that morning when sending my car for checking. For time being, my car is still in workshop and I borrowed a car from my dad. Cannot do without a car!!

Back to the Nyonya fried rice, I tried it and I love it! I always like long beans in my fried rice so I did not hesitate to give this recipe a try. 

Never tasted a Nyonya fried rice before so I am not sure mine taste like it. But I enjoyed it.



My adaption of the recipe for 1 person portion:

Overnight rice
6 de-shelled prawns, sliced
30g breast meat, sliced
1 egg, beaten
40g long beans, chopped
2 pips garlic, minced

Seasoning:
1 tbsp light soy sauce
1/2 tsp white pepper
1 tsp dark soy sauce
1/2 tsp sesame oil

Methods:
1. Heat up oil in wok. Fry garlic and long beans.
2. Add beaten egg into wok. Stir and break the egg into smaller pieces.
3. Add rice. Break and fry for few minutes before add prawns and chickens and seasoning. Fry for few minutes before dish out.

10 comments:

Princess Ribbon said...

I always like fried rice.. Anything also can, beans, eggs, ikan bilis, even luncheon meat, I like..

Linda said...

I am getting hungry looking at the rice, Rose. I have always enjoyed fried rice. :)

Hi! I am LiLi! said...

This recipe is worth a try.

Somewhere in Singapore said...

I like fried rice, usually if i fried rice, will put whatever i have in the fridge...

suituapui said...

Got prawns, got chicken, sure nice lor. My simple one, ikan bilis only...or belacan, also nice. LOL!!!

ChrisAu said...

I also like fried rice especially salted fish fried rice. Those with long beans and ikan bilis also nice ...yummy!

mun said...

You can never go wrong with fried rice. Too oily, or burnt rice - all also is nice (but not so healthy lah if burnt rice or too oily rice). But yours look perfect!

Nancy Chan said...

I like fried rice. But would be better with some home made sambal belacan...hehehe!

Libby said...

I would love long beans and luncheon meat in my fried rice

Sharon D said...

I'm always a fan of fried rice ..in many versions ..! ^.^