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Saturday, 22 December 2012

Satay Fried Rice


I had 8 sticks of leftover satay in the freezer including a little bit of the satay gravy. I also had some frozen rice, brought forward from a recent family gathering. Sounds like a perfect situation to make fried rice :)

Defrosted rice and satay.

I didn't need any special seasoning as the satay will contribute lots of flavor to the rice. All I needed was some onions and garlic. I also added diced cucumbers and cili padi for additional oomph!

Diced onions, chopped garlic, sliced cili padi and diced cucumber.

It was very delicious and I highly recommend that you try it if you have any leftover satay. Or why not buy some satay to cook this fried rice?



You can just go by your own estimates. My recipe below is just a guide :)









Satay Fried Rice
Recipe source : Phong Hong's concoction

Ingredients :
- 2 cups overnight cooked rice
- Meat from 5 sticks of chicken satay
- 1 big onion, diced
- 1 large clove of garlic, chopped
- 2 cili padi, sliced
- some diced cucumbers
- 1 tablespoon kicap manis (sweet soya sauce)
- 1 tablespoon fish sauce

Method :
1. Heat oil in frying pan and saute onions until translucent.
2. Add garlic and stir for 30 seconds.
3. Add satay meat and fry until heated through.
4. Add rice, kicap manis and fish sauce.
5. Fry until rice is well incorporated with ingredients.
6. Add cili padi and diced cucumbers and mix well.
7. Serve with some satay sauce.


And you can also top with a fried eggs to make it extra special. I will definitely cook this fried rice again as it was very tasty. Hmmm.....I'll go and buy some satay one of these days.



50 comments:

  1. PH, very innovative of you to create a totally different dish!

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    1. Thanks, Veronica! It turned out very well and I'll be sure to buy extra satay because it's rare to have leftovers in my house :)

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  2. i would find the cucumber gets soggy after a while, try petai as substitute... and the egg is to die for...

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    1. Agreed, have to serve immediately. Wow, petai will sure make it extra oomph!

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  3. Pandainya, nampak sedap sekali. Wishing you a Merry Christmas and Happy new year 2013.

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    1. Sonia, ini masakan orang malas hee..hee...A Merry Christmas and Happy 2013 to you too!

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  4. Oooh.....this must be super real flavourful fried rice! Of course the last photo, with an egg to go with it, Phong Hong's favourite!!

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    1. Mel, you are right! PH loves her eggs :)

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  5. Hi Phong Hong, great cooks improvise well, too. Nice.

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  6. idea yg sangat bagus ni.. tp satay tak ada la.. dah berminggu terasa nak makan satay yg besor2.. yg sedap.. tak tau nak beli yg kat kedai mana huhu

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    1. aishhhhh tak perasan komen atas acc my son's acc la PH.. sorry .. ^__^

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    2. Nor, takpe....oh share share account anak, ye? Kat KT kalau PH ingat ada satay yang sedap. Tapi lupa nama pakcik tu. Warong dia somewhere kat Kg Cina.

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  7. Yummy n innovative...Mouthwatering while reading..Hungry now:)

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    1. Priya, go eat something :) If you can get satay, I hope you will try this fried rice.

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  8. looks delicious. never tried a rice recipe with satay. thanks for sharing. must have tasted great

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    1. Swasthi, it was delicious. I hope you get a chance to try it too :)

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  9. Phong Hong,
    I saw your satay fried rice thumbnail in my blog..cepat-cepat i come over to sample your stay fried rice..LOL Looks really sedap!!

    Wish you and family, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!
    mui

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    1. Mui Mui, you and your family will love this fried rice! Next time you buy satay, you must try it :) Wishing you and family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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    2. Dear Phong Hong,
      Ho.. Ho.. Ho..
      Congratulations! You have been nominated for the Liebster Blog Award. You totally deserves it! A big big hug to you !

      Please come here to collect ya
      http://my123favourites.blogspot.com/2012/12/a-christmas-greeting-bread-award.html?m=1
      mui

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  10. Your fried rice looks awesome! I love satay so I would love this fried rice very much!

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    1. Thanks, Jeannie! You must try it :)

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  11. Looks tasty. Inviting and tempting fried rice. Rice with satay is new to me.

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    1. Vidya, I hope that you will try it because it is really good!

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  12. Ah.. meals re-purposed from leftovers - a girl after my own heart.. But then again, anything with rice and the word FRY is a winner for me. I'm lovin the use of cucumbers. Since the bale garden always produces a bounty of them I'm always trying to find a way to utilize them in cooked preparations.

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    1. Toby, waste not want not, another source of invention besides necessity! I am sure satay isn't something new to you and if you do get some, try this fried rice.

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  13. Yummy scrummy! I like the peanut satay sauce! Would love to try it one day, but I have to make the satay myself, no satay selling here.

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    1. Stephanie, I don't know how to make satay and it would be great if you tried and blogged about it :)

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  14. Oh? Would love to try this. I've done something along this line with noodles but not with rice. All good wishes for a Blessed Christmas and an awesome 2013 to you and your loved ones.

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    1. Arthur, would love to see your post if you do cook this fried rice. A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and all at home!

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  15. This looks very delicious! Love the flavors of satay in fried rice.

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    1. Mich, the satay gave the rice lots of flavors. I hope you try it someday :)

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  16. Wow, satay rice! Looks so delicious! We would usually have satay at the stall, next time must ta-pau back some to try this fried rice. Yum, yum!

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    1. Joyce, must try! And cook extra :)

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  17. oh, love satay! your fried rice with satay must be ichiban! i also add fish sauce to my fried rice sometimes..have a beautiful sunday and merry christmas to you!! santa might be knocking on your door to sample these satay rice..hehe..

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    1. Lena, I hope Santa likes fried rice hah! hah! A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and family!

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    1. Hello Sebeena! Thanks for dropping by. I had a sneak peek at your space and will be hopping back soon to sample your fabulous dishes!

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  19. Nampok sedaknya guano tok pass sedikt kasi aku makang gasa lapor bila tengok nasi gogeng mu ni bla tok hapis makang kasi aku lapor sampai tok boleh tahang

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    1. EE, boleh beli masok banyok lagi :)

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  20. Hi, PH. This one no need to try already know is sure sedap material! Here's wishing you and your family a very Happy and Blessed Christmas!

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    1. Thank you, thank you hee..hee...A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year to you and family!

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  21. Hi PH,
    so very creative of you.. the fried rice look so tempting.. something that ones can't resist, i guess..

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    1. Thanks! It taste very good and I will cook this again soon. You will love it for sure!

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  22. I need to make fried rice more often!!!! YUM!

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  23. Hi Phong Hong, your satay fried rice sure look delicious and need second helping too.
    Merry Christmas to you and family. Happy holiday. Regards.

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    1. Amelia, second helping no problem! Merry Christmas to you and all at home too!

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  24. Merry Christmas to you!!! Satay fried rice, certainly looks v tempting! I want seconds!

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    1. Merry Christmas, Hanushi! On yes, you can have second helping of the fried rice!

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