Monday, June 18, 2012

Happy Call Pan Salmon Luncheon Meat Fried Rice

I've always been a fan of luncheon meat. In breads, with breads, stir fried, oven baked, pan fried. I like luncheon meat. This dish was 'created' when I decided to toss 3 of my favourite fried rice ingredients together: eggs, luncheon meat and salmon. Oh by the way, it's not pronounced as "sell-mern" but "sae-mern"! Anyway, this dish took about 20 minutes to cook and prepare cos' I wanted to play with my new cookie cutters! XD

Happy Call Pan Salmon Luncheon Meat Fried Rice Recipe
This recipe yields 2 large portions for 2 hungry people XD

3 rice bowl worth of rice
1/2 a can of luncheon meat
50g of salmon
(I used salmon bits I had leftover in my freezer)
3 eggs
2 tbsp dark soya sauce
6 clove of garlic

Some oil
Some light soya sauce

My ingredients! Check out my new cookie cutters!

Season 2 eggs with some light soya sauce!

Heat up your Happy Call Pan with some oil on medium-heat. Pour the mixed eggs in and cook for 3 minutes.

Flip the pan and cook the other side of the egg for another 3 minutes or till entire egg is cooked.

Slice some luncheon meat and cut them with a cookie cutter! LOVE my new flower cutters!

The cooked egg!

Cut the eggs with another cookie cutter! (: LOVE the cute airplane cutters I've just gotten! (:

Dice the garlic and defrost the salmon (if any).

Slice the rest of the eggs and some diced luncheon meat.

On medium-high heat, heat up some oil for frying the garlics. Fry it for a while till it's fragrant.

Add in the defrosted salmon.

Add in the egg and luncheon meat. Close the lid and shake the mixture for a bit.

Add the rice.

Add the dark soya sauce. Close the Happy Call Pan and shake the pan. Alternatively, you can stir fry it with a wooden spoon.

Rice is all cooked! (:

Assemble! (:

Simple and tasty! Fried rice's just one of those 'dump-all-you-have' dishes for a quick meal! Have fun! (:

I'd love to see the bakes or stuff you've cooked using the blog's recipe! Do share photos of stuff you've baked or cooked using the blog's recipe with me either via FB message to OR OR via email at! I look forward to hearing from you! (: 

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