Thursday, April 2, 2015

Wendell's Garlic Fried Rice

Here is another recipe that Wendell found in the Star Advertiser.  The turmeric gave it a Middle Eastern flavor.

8th grader Charlise Limjoco-Ragasa created this grand-prize winning dish for a competition held by Ewa Makai Middle School to help celebrate the launch of their culinary arts program.  


4 tablespoons olive oil
5 lup cheong (Chinese sausages) diced 
3 tablespoons minced garlic 
2 tablespoons powdered turmeric 
2 teaspoons ground black pepper 
2 teaspoons salt 
1 teaspoon powdered dashi (Japanese seasoning) without MSG 
5 cups cooked long-grain jasmine rice 
2 tablespoons carrot, finely diced 
3 tablespoons green onion, chopped 
6 eggs 
3 tablespoons green onion, thinly slivered 
1/2 cup Chinese parsley (cilantro), chopped

In skillet, saute 1 tablespoon oil with sausage until crisp. Remove from skillet and drain on paper towels.

Use 1 tablespoon oil to saute garlic until translucent, then add turmeric, pepper, salt and dashi, and cook a few minutes.

Remove skillet from heat and add 2 tablespoons oil, rice, carrots, green onions and cooked lup cheong, reserving 6 tablespoons of sausage for garnish.

Place skillet back on stove over medium heat and stir continuously for 5 minutes.

In a small bowl, microwave 1 beaten egg and cook until done, about 2 minutes. Repeat with remaining eggs.

To plate, place 1 portion scrambled egg, top with large scoop fried rice over the egg and garnish with slivered green onions, reserved sausage and Chinese parsley. 

Serve immediately. Serves 6.


Mark Shelby said...

I think this is so awesome! I feel that every kid should be taught healthy cooking and how to take care of themselves in the kitchen! It will lead to a longer much more healthy life! Healthy food is the best healer!

Mokihana said...

Looks 'ono!!! Now I gotta go buy turmeric...I get capsules, but nothing in a jar. Mahalo!!

jalna said...

I think so too, Mark. A culinary program at a middle school!!

Moki, my mom says that turmeric is supposed to healthy for you too!

mmiissee said...

Looks stomach is getting hungry lol

jalna said...

I loved the lup cheong in it, Mmiissee.

Kay said...

Oh yum! This looks really amazing. It's making me hungry!

Erick said...

That looks so ono.

Rajesh Kumar said...

Beautiful photograph, looks like a professional! Congratulations on your guest post and delicious dish. Your recipe is simple, has all the good flavors that I like and is the kind of dish that I would like to make at home:-)
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