Thursday, July 24, 2014

Filipino Sausage Fried Rice

An image of Filipino Sausage Fried Rice on a plate



 Filipino Sausage Fried Rice


Rice is the staple food of Filipinos, each and every meal is incomplete without it. Rice is always present on the table from breakfast to dinner and also, rice is used as the primary ingredient in most of the desserts and local delicacies in the Philippines.

You can cook rice in many ways and fried rice is just one of those. Fried rice is always the first option or choice for filipino typical  breakfast since we highly honor the most important meal of the day. That is why selling all-day breakfast meals like Tapsilog (Beef strips, Fried rice and Sunny-side-up), Longsilog (Filipino Sausage, Rice and Sunny-side-up) and Tocilog (Sweet cured pork, Fried rice and Sunny-side-up) is one  profitable food business in the country.

On that point are no strict rules in cooking fried rice, you can actually use and put any ingredients like finely chopped meats and veggies as you require. As long as they do not overpower the main ingredient which is rice, then everything will turn out just fine.

Today, I chose to use Filipino Sausage to mix with my fried rice, put some scrambled egg and viola! A quick and easy breakfast for my kids.


INGREDIENTS:

5 cups leftover steamed white rice
3 pcs. filipino sausage (longganisa), cooked and chopped
2 eggs
1 teaspoon garlic powder
2 teaspoon sea salt
3 tbsp. oil


HOW TO COOK FILIPINO SAUSAGE FRIED RICE:

1. Gently mash the rice until the everything breaks apart.
2. Heat oil in a large frying pan.

3. Put-in the chopped longganisa and cook for about 2 minutes. Make space for the eggs.
4. Crack and beat the eggs in a bowl. Gently pour into the open space of the pan while stirring continuously to break into small chopped-like pieces. Cook for about a minute.
5. Now add the rice and mix well very gently. Let it cook for 3 minute on a medium heat. Don't forget to mix and stir every 1minute.
6. Season with salt and garlic powder.

7. Turn off the heat and slowly transfer to a plate.
8. Serve with your favorite viand. Bon appetit!



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