This fried rice dish is a very common dish one could find in almost all of the Malay food stalls in Malaysia.
It is basically fried rice wrapped in thin omelette, a very elegant presentation that brought this simple dish to a complete new level!
1 bowl of leftover rice (Jasmine rice is the best for this dish)
Sliced chicken/sausage/shrimp (sliced or cubed)
1/3 cup of frozen sweet peas and corn
1/4 bombay onion (chopped)
1-2 eggs, depending on the size, add a pinch of cornstarch and some salt, lightly beaten
Note: You could basically use any ingredients you liked for the fried rice
Fish sauce or soy sauce to taste
A pinch of pepper powder
A pinch of salt
Few drops of sesame oil
1. Heat up about 1 tbsp of oil in a wok, stir fry onion and sausage until fragrant, add cold rice and keep stirring until rice loosen.
2. Season with fish sauce or soy sauce, now add frozen peas and corn, turn well until the corn and peas are cooked and crisp, sprinkle some pepper powder and few drops of sesame oil before serving.
3. Now let's prepare omelette, in a 8-10 inches cooking pan, spray or evenly spread a thin layer of oil. Pour in lightly beaten egg, spread evenly and cover with lid, at medium heat, cook until the omelette set its shape.Take the omelette out and place it over a plate.
4. Place fried rice in a bowl, and cover the rice bowl over omelette, remove the bowl and wrap the omelette to form a square shape wrap, turn the wrap around and place it over another plate to form a pocket. Garnish with chili/tomato sauce and some chopped spring onion.
Kids will like it too!
中文版 -- 芭提雅蛋包饭