Ajekusine Rice

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Hehe… This is my first right on-spot meal I’ve made this year; trust me, it is the beginning of many more to come. The most interesting part of this recipe is you don’t have to shop for the ingredients… What’s going through your mind now?

Before I tell you how I came about the name for the recipe, let me show you how to make your own version of this amazing dish! Cheers!!!

Let’s Go!

INGREDIENTS2 Servings

  • Beef, chicken, offals (cooked & diced)    1/2 cup
  • Broth (chicken, beef)                                          1/4 cup
  • Salt                                                             1 tsp
  • Knorr Chicken                                          1 cube
  • Vegetables (chopped)                                 as desired
  • Olive oil                                                  2 tbsps
  • Leftover cooked rice (white, brown            2 cups
  • Garlic                                                     1 clove
  • Leftover cooked pastaoptional                   100g
  • Ginger                                                   1/4 tsp

 

Step 1

Heat up the oil. Add onions, ginger and garlic; stirfry on medium heat for 3minutes.

Step 2

Add diced meat/beef (pre-cooked); stirfry for another 3minutes. Then add the vegetables;  stir-frying for 3minutes as well. Then add the broth to steam up the stirfry for 3minutes (I should rename this meal- #3minutesrice…lol)

Step 3

Add the leftover rice and pasta; stir thoroughly with wooden or silicon spatula. Then cover to cook for 3minutes.

Whooolah! Serve! Enjoy!

So… back to the story, I had spill over rice and pasta from the night before. My friend came over and I wanted to make something new, so I got into the kitchen clueless as to what to make; and then saw the leftovers- clinch! Eureka!

Cheers!

 

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