Omrice or fried rice. Once you cook the rice, it will kill all insects and what ever, will become protein. You do not need to waste or throw away good rice because of those. It will always happen to rice.
S. on average has half of the inorganic-arsenic amount of most other types of rice. Nian Gao can also mean sticky rice cakes that are fried in egg (savory) or fried with sugar (sweet). The bowl contains the noodle block, a pack of rice cakes and a sachet of seasoning sauce. You can have Omrice or fried rice using 13 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Omrice or fried rice
- You need of Onion.
- Prepare of Carrot.
- Prepare of Green beens.
- Prepare of Red bell pepper.
- It’s of Green onion.
- Prepare of Celery.
- You need of Garlic.
- Prepare of Pork.
- It’s of Rice.
- Prepare of Oil.
- You need of Ketchup.
- It’s of Fried rice.
- It’s of Soy sauce.
To prepare, empty the pellets of rice cake into the cup and pour in sufficient boiling water to rehydrate the rice cake and the noodles. Next drain the water by peeling back the tab on the lid as shown. Arsenic in rice is a serious concern for many people. A huge percentage of the world's population relies on rice as a main food source, and millions of people may be at risk of developing arsenic.
Omrice or fried rice step by step
- Minced all veggies and meat. Add in frying pan and sauté it until the meat is cooked in low medium heat..
- Add 1cup of cooked rice (sorry blurry) mix it up.
- Add ketchup 1/4 cup and mix it up. Enjoy!.
- Before I added ketchup I separated half the rice to make omrice and fried rice. To make fried rice I just added a little bit of soy sauce 2 table spoon of soy sauce and mix it up and enjoy!.
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