Healthier, Easy Fried Rice (with vegan option)
By a supposedly breakthrough invention called a cellphone. For what reason, you say. It opens up a world I’ll rather not face, a reality I rather not be part of my life. To some extent, it kind of has irritated me (badly).
Okay, maybe not the cell phone part of the cell phone (how does this even make sense???), I really mean the SIM card part of the cell phone. I’m actually quite happy with the cell phone. It does a splendid job functioning as an iPod.
Nonetheless, I have must have done one of the following things (thus explaining my lighter mood 🙂 🙂 today 🙂 ):
1. I have happily lost my phone (which always happen except this time, I didn’t bother to find it)
2. I have generously lent my cell phone to a lonely old lady in my block, who happens to be amused by this ‘cell phone’ thing that mysteriously allows her to listen to her favourite antique songs and talk to people who are actually miles away. She was so delighted by my kind offer! (which actually benefits me more than her)
3. I have changed my cell phone number (see, this way, I get to keep the phone aka iPod)
I think I really did one of the above.
I’m no longer annoyed.
I’m ready to have some Healthier Fried Rice.
I promised you a fried rice recipe on Tuesday!
There is an apparent misconception that Fried Rice is always unhealthy. That’s not true. Made with the right ingredients, fried rice can be healthy!! We had tons of leftover rice last weekend and my mum asked me to help cook some fried rice. So I did. Though I’m not exactly into the savoury thingies, I’m happy to oblige. I love fried rice.
If there’s one thing I have in common with Barney Stinson, its that we both love shrimp fried rice. Other than the fact that we both love suits (on men).
Because I had some Fry’s Vegetarian Traditional Sausages on hand, I added two in. They’re too salty to be eaten alone. I think they are vegan, according to the ingredient’s list, which I added below.
Vegetable proteins (Soya), Wheat protein, Vegetable oil, Starch, Wheat flour, Flavourings, Spices, Sea salt, fibre,Colour: caramel. 58 kcal per sausage
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That’s it for today!!
Tell me: Do YOU like fried rice? If so, what kind? 😀