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I stayed in my sister's house for many months. One day, it seemed like I felt so
cold even though the heater was on and I couldn’t even go out to buy something because of the
snow. I decided to look on the freezer
and asked myself, “What do we still have in here? hmmm…. frozen foods like
vegetables, fish, and chicken… I wished I had brought fresh vegetables from our garden instead of frozen vegetables to cook. I
think (?.?) I need something else that
can make me feel warm.” I looked and
looked and saw there was leftover cooked rice from yesterday’s cooking. This should not be wasted, so I decided to
make this simple, tasty leftover cooked rice recipe. Try it for breakfast, or lunch, or dinner. It’s not only delicious, but also nutritious because of well-balanced ingredients included. My niece and
nephews were also very delighted while eating it.
CONGEE STYLE RECIPE
3 c leftover
cooked brown or white rice, no lumps
2 tbsp cooking oil
2 tbsp garlic, minced
5 c water
1 tsp Italian
2 tsp Lawry’s
5 pcs chicken flavor cubes
1/8 tsp ground black pepper
3 pcs Tyson Southern style breast tenderloins,
thawed and sliced
2 c frozen or fresh vegetables fresh egg (optional)
Preparation Time: approximately 20 minutes
Cooking Time: approximately 45 minutes
the pot. Put the cooking oil and sauté
garlic until brown.
in the cooked brown rice and stir fry for 10 minutes. (Note: We usually eat brown rice.)
water and let it boil. Mash the rice
while stirring continuously as shown in this video.
4) Mix in the four seasoning ingredients. Mash again while stirring continuously until they become soft and achieve consistency.
the sliced breast tenderloins and stir for 5 minutes.
6) Mix in the vegetable for a well-balanced diet. If
the vegetable is frozen type, mix in, cover the pot, turn off the burner, and
let it stand for 5 minutes. If the
vegetable is fresh, cook for 5 minutes before
turning off the burner, cover the pot, and then let it stand for 5 minutes also. Fresh egg can also be mixed in. (Note: Vegetables are better half
cooked to eat because they lose their nutrients when overcooked.)