Tuesday, July 26, 2011


8 eggs (two per omelette)
one onion, finely chopped
one carrot, finely chopped
one spring onion, finely chopped
cooked rice, approx 4 small Chinese bowls full
3 strips of bacon
3 hot dogs, firm German ones are good
corn from 1 cob
salt, pepper, cooking oil, sesame oil, ketchup

Collect together and chop your ingredients. Fry the bacon until brown. Add in the Hot Dogs. Then the onions and carrots. After they have softened a little add the sweetcorn. Now make room in the frying pan to add a little oil and a good squirt of ketchup. Mix that up and fry it all together. Now add the rice, be careful not to squash it when you stir, keep it light and fluffy. When it looks mixed well, you can add the chopped spring onions and give it a last stir before setting this fried rice aside in a bowl. Now make an omelette with two eggs. When the omelette is just about ready spoon a serving of fried rice onto it and slide it out of the pan, just as the omelette is nearly out of the pan flip the edge over to make a nice fold, as you can see in the picture, it’s folded in half. Serve with a little garnish, ketchup or brown sauce

bacon recipe courtesy of: Taiwan Duck, May 29, 2011

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