Monday, January 26, 2009

Leftover Pork with Fried Rice

Today I came back from school at about 2:30; we had early dismissal, washed, and began preparing my delicious meal: Leftover Pork with Fried Rice!! It was amazing, at least to me. Here’s how I went about producing this recipe.


1. About half an onion, peeled and chopped length wise. (No cubes)clip_image002

2. A can of green peas. (Though, I think a half a can would have worked much better)clip_image004clip_image006

3. One cup (uncooked) of long grained rice, washed with cold water. clip_image008clip_image010

4. Sesame oil (table spoon), low sodium soy cause (enough to cover rice, maybe, 3-4 table spoons), olive oil (table spoon).


5. Three eggs or more depending on how much you like eggs.clip_image016

6. Leftover meat. (I had “gulasz**” from the night before)

Alright, this is a pretty simple recipe to follow and make this: clip_image018

First boil water and salt, and cook the rice. Second the heat up the pan with some olive oil (or butter), place the onions in the pan and sauté until the onions are sauce and a translucent (=tasty). clip_image020When the onions are the right texture and taste (depends on how you like it), throw them in a bowl, keep the oil that gives flavor later. Next put your eggs in a cup or dish and mix them with a fork (like for scrambled eggs). Scramble the eggs (I made them dryer then usual just so they stay together in the rice.) Take the eggs out and toss them in the same container as the onions. When the rice is done strain it (unless you know how to make it, haha), throw it in the pan add the sesame oil and soy sauce. Fry for maybe five minutes; at the same time strain the green beans, unless they’re frozen then you can just them right in. Next add the onions, eggs, and peas and warm it up a couple minutes.

clip_image022You can toss in your meat or serve it on top of the rice like I did. Either way… it’s incredible.

*This entire I used only one pan!! I was watching PBS the other day, and decided to try this out.

**”gulasz” is a Polish dish; it’s basically meat with sauce, haha.


  1. I'm not a can pea fan, so I would agree that maybe use a 1/2 can or use frozen peas. The combination sounds good and looked good in the picture.

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  2. Yes, it was very delicious. everybody liked it