Sunday, January 14, 2007

Brown Rice Special

Here's what I worked with that serves 2persons:

  • 1 cup * brown rice
  • 6 circular slices * pineapple
  • 7cm * fat sausage
  • 2 * eggs
Artistic process:
  1. Cook brown rice in pot
    with (+/-) 2 * cups H2O.
    Bring to boil in (+/-)15min and leave to simmer off the stove.
  2. Slice sausage and dice pineapple slices. Pre-heat pan or wok.
  3. Neglect pineapple slices temporarily.
    Distribute sausage slices on pan and stir-fry evenly till crisp(or
    according to personal preference of done-ness) Remove from pan.
  4. Scramble eggs in pan.
    Remove and set aside.
  5. Scoop brown rice from pot to pan(if large enough) or wok
    Stir fry for a while in medium-heat (not till rice gets dryer/browner)
    Toss in pineapples to the fry; distributing evenly over the rice.
    Continue to stir-fry just long enough for pineapple warm-up to and to mingle amongst rice.
  6. Add sausage and egg.
    Stir the whole-lot till well-mixed.
  7. Serve before guests start fighting over appetizer-scraps.
Some tips to enhance your artistic-experience:
  • Have paper-towels or tissue handy at all times; unless you prefer extra "seasoning" in your masterpiece
  • Stir-fry with flair by varying your skillet stir-strokes. Broad strokes reveal the chef's confidence whilst short quick ones signify his/her fine attention to detail.
  • Wow your guests even more by tossing the whole stir-fry lot in the air with a flick of the pan-handling wrist, simultaneously executing a pirouette, and finally catching the art-work back safely in pan.
  • In case of emergency, have the pizza-man's telephone number handy.
    Michelangelo's anyone?


joline said...

YESSSS!!!! My man is not afraid of the kitchen (OR doing pirouettes for that matter). *1000 brownie points*
But u have one strange selection for an ingredient i must say. Pineapple? o.O That's usually with yellow rice...
Fusion food here ah?

Pope @ David said...

Yea girl, necessity(myb laziness to walk to coffeeshop also) draws out the "food-artist" i guess :D
Hmm, brown rice b'cos we still have lots of it & frankly also, i dunno how to make yellow rice? :-p

Oh btw,
where do i redeem the points for brownies?
>.< *grin*