Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Special Rice Dish



What so special about this rice dish? Special as in the cooking method is different, it took two steps. One is stir-frying the rice first, you can add in eggs for eggs fried rice, or leave it plain, just soy sauce and garlic. I left the rice above plain because I just had eggs fried rice the day before. Then, you prepare a white sauce dish to pour it on top. The white sauce dish can be shrimps with frozen mixed vegetable, or fish with Chinese green (chai Hsin) like above, or scallops with beaten egg white, basically anything you can think of. Serve it as one dish meal. I have a similar fish recipe here if you want to take a look. 

Because of the sauce laden on the eggs fried rice, it made the rice soft and can be easily digested by elderly people or young children.

12 comments:

The Cooking Ninja said...

Been a long time since I had this sort of rice. :) I wonder if poppet will eat it. She's starting to show signs of a picky eater like my hub. :( I hope not. One in the household is enough.

Sook said...

I love rice dishes like this. Looks like it's simple and easy to fix, too!

Big Boys Oven said...

definitely special!:)

tigerfish said...

Mui Fan ah?

noobcook said...

is it something like mui fan? love the gravy!

Baking Fiend said...

indeed special... i'm always on the lookout for dishes like this, perfect for lazy person like me! LOLz

Little Corner of Mine said...

Cooking Ninja, I hope she is not for your sack too.

Yes Sook, pretty simple but a little more work. :P

Thanks BBOven.

Tigerfish, don't know leh. First time heard of mui fan.

Noobcook, you think so? Since Tigerfish thinks the same thing too, but me have no idea of what is mui fan. :P

LOL baking fiend. I'm lazier than you!

daphne said...

My first thought was mui fan! Certainly a win for me.

Anh said...

This is new to me!

I must try it. You know I tend to cook singaporean/malaysian stuff now, due to my hubby's side. :D

pigpigscorner said...

Love flavoured rice. So satisfying!

Ju (The Little Teochew) said...

Mui Fun!! Yummy!!

mycookinghut said...

Cool! I think the last time I had this was so long ago in KL.. need to do it at home now ;)