[Creative-Sunday] Sunday Fried Rice Preparation
Hello everyone and Happy Sunday. Welcome to a new week. Thanks to @hivelearners for the chance, the prompt for today encourages creativity on Sunday. Because of my declining health, I didn't actually attend church today. So today I'll be preparing fried rice the way my mother taught me, even though I don't have all the ingredients for a classic and standard fried rice but at least I've got the fundamental stuff, so don't expect much from me since it's another low-budget fried rice.
I used the following ingredients:
- Green peas
- Beef Meat
- Maggie cubes
- Green pepper
I first cleaned my beef twice with water and salt to get rid of any bacteria before putting it in a pot. I added Maggie, some thyme, chopped onions, and a glass of water to the meat to steam.
After steaming the beef, I then put 2 medium-sized tomatoes, a cup of rice, and around 3 glasses of water into another pot and set it on the gas to per boil for about 10 minutes.
After cooking the rice, I rinsed it twice with fresh water, added around 2 glasses of water, and then placed the rice back into the pot. To prevent the rice from becoming sticky, I didn't want it to be too soft.
To give the rice its distinctive shade of yellow-green, I added my beef stock and curry to the rice, then to taste, I also added salt and two Maggie cubes. I put the cover on my pot and let the water dry.
I rinsed and cut my vegetables (carrots, onions, green peas, and green pepper) while the rice was cooking.
When the rice was done and tender, I removed it from the heat and started to fry my vegetables. I start by adding a little amount of groundnut oil to a dry, clean saucepan and waiting for it to heat up. Then I added my cut vegetables and stirred them in the heated oil. I added, little curry, my chopped meat, a Maggie cube, and salt to taste to the veggies as I stir. Five minutes of stirring later, I pour it back into the rice and thoroughly combine them.
You're all set!
My fried rice is done.
N/B:All photos were taken by me using my mobile phone.
Thank you for reading, however.
Fried rice is one of my favs ! My mom makes it quite often, it is great to enjoy with some sort of gravy like paneer or chicken. Great recipe buddy
Thanks you for reading.
With how bad our economy is you still had money for fried rice, I am calling EFCC.
Thanks for sharing.
Hahaha... please don't. I only spent about $2 to buy the ingredients cause I made small portion.
This is a perfect dish for this hot Sunday afternoon.
Your recipe is well-explanatory. Thank you so much for sharing
I'm glad you read my minivlog.
Please drop your address. I hope the rice is still remaining? Hahaha 😄
Thanks for sharing.
Very well ma'am
You could come over...
I'm glad you read my minu vlog
My pleasure. Have a nice Sunday
Yea...you too ma'am
A student made fried rice
Rich kid 😂😂
Some ingredients are missing you know... Well, in pidgin language, "I don cut my coat according to my size."😂
The necessary things needed to cook fried rice there I don't think there's anything really missing
Looks great and must taste great as well. I know this recipe, even though I don't use green peas. Nice one.
Yea of course it taste nice..☺️☺️
I've always thought fried rice has to be green in color, I guess I was wrong 😂
This looks really tasty by the way.
😂😂😂I think I have seen something like that before, but I don't know if it's called fried rice too.
Thanks for visiting anyways.
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Wow these looks yummy, you are a great cook bro.
@vickoly I had to give it a try... Don't really cook that much.
Hmmm this is beyond try o, it's nice