Monday, 7 October 2013

The Rice Pot Fried Rice


1. 4 cups of long grain white rice
2. 200gm of minced chicken (seasoned with sea-salt)
3. 1 bulb of garlic (outer layer removed and sliced thinly)
4. 2 bunch of spiring onions (sliced into fine pieces)
5. 2 medium sized organic carrots (outer layer removed and sliced into thin strips)
6. Sunflower oil
7. Sea-salt


1. Boil the rice and set aside to cool. (Alternatively, you could boil the rice the day before and keep it in the freezer.)

2. Switch on the rice cooker and pour in about 2 tablespoons of sunflower oil.

3. Add the garlic and fry until they are slightly browned.

4. Push the garlic aside and add the minced chicken.

5. Cook the minced chicken until about 90% cooked. Break the minced chicken into fine pieces.

6. Add the carrots and spring onions and stir fry until minced chicken is 100% cooked and vegetables have softened. You can close the lid for about 3 minutes.

7. Add the rice and some sea-salt.

8. Mix everything thoroughly.

9. Scoop onto serving plate.

Bon appétit!

We had the fried rice with fried eggs!


  1. I love eggs. I love rice.

    Do you know people who are allergic to rice? It's supposed to be one of the common food allergies. I read once that Asian cultures because they eat it so much tend to have more allergies to it. I've always wondered. I never ate rice as a kid and now it seems to be the only grain or starch I can eat so I wonder if the reason is I never ate it much.

    1. So far I've not met anyone (YET) who is allergic to rice. Hopefully I meet none. :) But we do LOVE rice!

    2. hi..i have just started reading yr blog evelyn...just curious, y do u use rice pot?

    3. Hi Sara. I use the rice pot because it is convenient. I don't need to clean up the whole kitchen three times compared to using the wok. Also when I travel, I have to use the rice pot to make my meals. Thus, I'm also practicing at the same time in using it. I'm used to it now. :)