White rice, cooked and left to cool off for hoursMixed vegetables - green peas, corn, chopped carrots and onions
Some garlic (optional)
3 eggs, lightly beaten up
Lup cheong (What do you call this in English?)
Heinz tomato ketchup
It's really easy to prepare and cook! (If I can do it, so can you!)
- What I did was I oiled the (lousy, lousy) pan with one tablespoon of oil, then poured in all the vegetables (my vegetables were cooked, I got them from the salad bar at the supermarket so I didn't have to cut them) and lup cheong to fry first.
- After about 5 - 10 minutes of frying your vegetables + lup cheong in low heat, add the rice in and mix well.
- After everything is well mixed, pour in your beaten up eggs and stir gently until the eggs are evenly in the rice mixture.
- Continue frying for 5 more minutes or until your eggs are cooked/mixture not soggy anymore and viola!
Today, I placed 3 eggs on the table and when I turned around and turned back, somehow 1 of the eggs rolled off the table and splattered itself all over the floor. So I cleaned up the mess and went to get another egg. This time, I made sure it doesn't roll off. It was alright for some time until I took something sitting near the egg and somehow touched the egg without knowing. It rolled off faster than I can say "broken eggs". So I cleaned up the mess AGAIN and this time I made sure I place my (active) eggs in a bowl. So technically, instead of 3 eggs, I used 5!
I'm such a klutz!