Thursday, 15 July 2010

Sinangag (Garlic Fried Rice)

I've been mentioning that the best combination of some of my dishes is with a sinangag  specially those for breakfast but I haven't posted my sinangag recipe. So I decided to post it now after having it with my potato omelet.

Sinangag is the term use by Filipinos to refer to fried rice with garlic.  It is the simplest recipe I ever encountered so far.  And the tastiest way to cook sinangag is to use used oil from frying pork.  I don't want to use used oil from frying fish though.

Ingredients:

Cooked rice - whatever is left (around 1 bowl)

Garlic, crushed and chopped - 6 cloves or more

Used oil from frying pork - 2 tbsp depending on the amount of cooked rice

Salt to taste

Cooking Procedure:

1) Sauté garlic in oil until the galic changes in color but not toasted.

2) Add the cooked rice and salt.  Stir fry it for 2-3 minutes.

Serve with any fried or steamed dish.

- Sharosem(15July2010)

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