And we are into the 2nd half of the year already ! How time flies !! And pretty seems that I am still wriggling my way through life with little of my new year resolutions accomplished. Gosh, just wondering what have I been doing for the past 6 months !! -.-
I really ought to be more diligent in my passions, especially now that freedom is in the hands ! LOL. But I guess laziness got the better of me as well, especially when there’s liked 1001 things that I wanna complete over the weekends and when the weekends do came, all I want to do is to sleep it through !! Hahaha !! Are anyone of you in the same predicament as me ?
Well, at least one thing for sure, I manage to start on with some cooking videos which I have never ever thought I would be doing previously before this. Even though they are for now, short clips captured unprofessionally with the mobile, that’s a little small step of accomplishment somewhere I guess.
And earlier on, I posted a video of this Golden Egg Fried Rice which I’ll be sharing here as well. To be honest, I was still wondering if I should be posting this since I am sure everyone would be able to cook a fried rice. It’s a kind of dish that even where even if you do not know how to cook, you would naturally be able to master this well. But then again, I am sure everyone has their varied standards of a well cooked rice rice. To me, it will be one where the egg coated nicely on every single grain of rice, hence I have this termed as the Golden Egg Fried Rice.
Nothing too fanciful a dish, as that’s no meats or seafood with this fried rice. But it’s one that’s (IMHO) a pretty awesome fried rice that even if it’s just egg and rice, it’s as good as it is. So I am sharing a little tip here on how to get the beaten eggs to coat evenly on every grain of rice without cracking your head too much.
It was simply done with mixing the egg into the overnight rice before frying them. You get that perfect golden egg color on every rice grain yet at the same time, serving the purpose of breaking down the hardened fridge rice that has been left overnight.
And all you gotta do is to give it a touch of seasoning with salt and pepper and finish off with a good amount of diced spring onion. Here’s a little video clip on how you can get this dish served up beautifully in a 5 mins cooking time.
I am Joyce from Sunny Singapore and I love food, movies and all things sweet. I know a bit on cooking, baking, sewing and perhaps just a little of everything else. Though master of none but I would like to share all my passions with you on this blog. With love, xoxo.