Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Kampung Fried Rice

What else can it be except fried rice when you're a beginner and trying your best to cook something for your family.  This fried rice is "somewhat" a common variety; so called "kampung" for it's made with ikan bilis/anchovies, sotong (squids) and oozing with spiciness. Fried rice certainly is convenient - time saving and one dish complete meal. Well, why not because it's also a well balance dish with enough nutrition and ample energy for our body.

3 cups cooked white rice
1 medium size squid  - clean and slice
3 tbsp ikan bilis/anchovies - soak (10 mins ) and snip into smaller pieces
1 medium size onion  - sliced
3-4 chilli padi/birds eye chillies/red chillies - sliced (optional)
10 french beans (sliced)
2 sprigs of coriander leaves - sliced thinly
1 tbsp blended/grounded dried red chillies/chilli paste
Oil - as needed
Salt to taste.
Heat enough oil in a large wok. 
When heated, fry the anchovies till crispy and crunchy.
Remove and keep aside.
Leave about 3 tbsp oil in the wok.
Put in onions, squids and blended chilli.
Fry for about 3-4 mins.
Add rice, birds eye chillies, french bean and salt to taste.
Stir and fry for 4-5 minutes to mix and coat rice well.
Lastly, add coriander leaves and fried anchovies.
Stir a couple of times and remove from heat.
Serve this fried rice with tomatoes, cucumbers and fried egg if you like.  ENJOY this kampung fried rice!

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