Been a while I have not updated my blog. Too busy with house shifting, then the Chinese New Year, still settling in and then the PSLE kid. Tiring 😅
Today sharing a simple Egg Fried Rice Recipe that I have done with my thermomix. Using a fried eggs tips shared by my team’s advisor on how to have fried eggs! YES! FRIED EGGS! Not too bad for a TM-version without an oily kitchen. ❤️
Tips for higher success-rate Fried Rice would be using cooled rice, and preferably basmati rice. Using jasmine rice and japanese rice is fine too, but if its not cooled well enough or its too wet, the chances of the fried rice being mashed up is high. So do be careful with your rice prior to making Fried rice. I would reduce 1-2mins of cooking time to ensure less wet and soft rice if you are
not using basmati rice.
You can see the video of the process from my instagram here as the video was too huge to upload. It really quite simple and I will write down the recipe and steps below for you all.
Made some homemade chicken floss as toppings. Really just dumping meat and seasonings and let my thermomix do its magic. Added in toasted seaweed and seaame for a small portion to use. Yums! Smell so good! And important is you know what goes in this batch of floss and its preservatives and msg free!
Hope you like my simple sharing for today!
Egg Fried Rice
2cups Basmati rice (Approx 280g)
2-3tsp Fish gravy
1Tbsp dark soy sauce
4 Garlic cloves
1. Cooked rice as per normal and set aside
(17mins, 100deg, speed 3)
2. Pour in 40g oil
(3mins, 120deg, speed 0.5-1)
3. Once oil is heat up, cook oil for another 10mins while
pouring in egg batter. Pouring batches by batches only when earlier batches is cooked and set.
(10mins, 120deg, speed 0.5-1)
4. Once egg is done, remove and set aside. Add in 4 garlic cloves and chop
(5secs, speed 5)
5. Add sesame oil and saute
(3mins, 120deg, speed 0.5)
6. Add in Ham and corn kernels
(5mins, 120deg, reverse speed 0.5)
6. Adjust ham qnd corn kernels. Insert butterfly whisk. Add in rice, eggs, fish gravy and dark soy sauce
(3mins, 120deg, reverse speed spoon)
7. Serve warm!