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Fried Rice and Mum’s Recipe – Butter Rice~!

Posted on Jan 22, 2013 by in All Post, Food | 0 comments

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Being a tentative stay-home wife now, I have been trying lots of cooking which I never thought I will ever do in the past.

So just some time back, I tried cooking my own fried rice with guidance from Feng the day before. It was actually easier than expected once I get down to trying to cook it. Hehe.  (❀´▽`❀)

Fried Rice


Fried Rice
Serves 1
  1. Rice cooked the day before
  2. Egg x 1
  3. Prawns
  4. Taiwan Sausage
  5. Dark Soya Sauce
  1. Heat up the pan. Then put a small amount of oil to oil up the pan before cracking the egg into the pan.
  2. Up next is the rice.
  3. And then everything in~!
  4. When everything looks cooked, put some dark soya sauce to make give the fried rice some colour.
  5. Fry everything a bit more to mix in the color and it’s ready to be served~! (*つ▽`)っ
Erm… The ikan bilis-looking thing… Not sure what exactly is its name… Is from my mum. Haha! Anyway honestly, just add whatever you want for your fried rice. I just grab any ingredients I feel like having into the pan and cook them up. Simple dish. ٩(๑•ε-๑)۶

After my mum saw what I posted on Facebook, she decided to teach me a simple recipe. And yes, she has Facebook. Be amazed!!! So I tried out the really easy recipe today and it was really delicious and smell really nice~! Yum to the max! ٩(●ö●)۶

Mum's Recipe: Butter Rice


Mum's Butter Rice
Serves 1
Delicious recipe from my mum~! ♥
  1. Rice
  2. 1-2 tsp of butter
  3. Estimated amount of garlic
  4. A pinch of salt
  5. Any ingredients of your choice
  1. Heat up the pan.
  2. Add in the butter.
  3. Then add in the garlic.
  4. Next up is the rice~! Fry around a bit to coat all the rice with butter.
  5. Then add in the pinch of salt.
  6. Mix around a bit before adding in any extra ingredients as you would for fried rice.
I cooked up the above like fried rice and honestly the rice itself was already tasty enough. Yum yum yum to the max with the simplest ingredients! Above photo also shows the Ngo Hiong my mum made. Another of my favourite item from mum’s cooked food. (ت)♪

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