Jade ChopSticks

One Wok Cook Porridge (一鍋熟粥)

Posted on: December 4, 2007

Mom is too lazy to cook, and I’m too lazy to go out and dapao for lunch, so I’ve decided to cook whatever that I can found in the fridge and throw into the saucepot and mix it together with the rice and hopefully come out with a eatable porridge. Here’s what I found in the fridge:

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Alright, I think those ingredients are enough for a pot of porridge. Let’s marinate the rice with the soy sauce, salt, sesame oil and pepper.

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After marinated the rice for about 10 minutes, then add in some amount of water and pour all the ingredient into the saucepot together with the rice, damn easy… I’ll need to leave the fish cake alone and put it into the saucepot later, because it will lost it’s taste if put in too early.

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That’s it!! Let it boil for about 20 – 25 minutes, and the One Wok Cook Porridge is done!! I like to add an egg into the hot porridge coz it taste yummy!

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