Cooking while sleeping, use the leftovers

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Although my spirit are high welcoming this year’s Ramadhan, me being my self, rolling back to my nature self. Only in two days!

Either I got up too early or too late, I just loosing power to cook something complicated. Besides, I had a huge pile of cold rice leftovers from the last 2 days my husband didn’t eat at home. I have to use that as soon as possible, or I’ll get headache seeing it in my fridge all the time.

Well the fool proof cooking while sleeping, or just feeling really really want to crawl back to my soft and smooth bed with warm fluffy blanket on cold room, are fried rice. My version of spicy and sweet fried rice. It’s a one pot wonder with just about everything I can find at my fridge. Either just eggs and rice, or chicken and anchovies, or bean sprout and eggs and mushroom. Anything is acceptable. So, this was how I did.

Garlic-chilli fried rice: behind the scene

Garlic-chili fried rice: behind the scene

Garlic-chili fried rice: Sahur day two (and three)

Garlic-chili fried rice: Sahur day two (and three)

Mayang style garlic-chili fried rice: Steamy, spicy, extra crunchy.

Another version of my fried rice: extra garlic, extra chili

Breakfast: Nasi pecel, a complete meal to start the day

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East Java : Nasi Pecel by W  M Soo
East Java : Nasi Pecel, a photo by W M Soo on Flickr.

Nasi pecel komplit is a very balance traditional dish. Very versatile dish, accessible for all. They can up grade it with fancy produce and protein, or down grade it with the common ingredients.
Available through out Java, although the East Java’s style usually has the spiciest peanut sauce.