Saturday, March 27, 2010

Long Bean Pork Rice

Almost every Chinese family also know how to cook this long bean rice especially Hokkian people like me, I like to cook this one dish meal during weekend, quick,easy and tasty !



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-some of the ingredients...

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-Rice toss well with all ingredients and seasonings, before add water in rice cooker..

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Long Bean Pork Rice(printable recipe)

Ingredients
450g Pork belly (cut into bite size, marinate with 1tsp of salt)
50g dried shrimp (soaked, lightly chopped)
350g Long bean (cut into 2” in length)
100g shallots (slice)
5 cloves garlic (chopped)
4 cups Thai Fragrant rice (washed and drained)
750ml water

Seasoning
1tbsp light soy sauce
1tbsp dark soy sauce
A dash of white pepper powder
Salt to taste

1. Heat some oil in a wok, saute shallot until crispy and golden brown, set aside.
2. Use the remaining oil, add in pork belly, sauté till slightly brown.
3. Add dried shrimp, stir fry till fragrant, then add chopped garlic and long bean, mix well.
4. Add in rice and toss well, add in the seasonings.
5. Remove the long bean rice and transfer to a rice cooker.
6. Add water and cook the rice.
7. Garnish cooked long bean rice with fried shallots, serve hot.



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Happing Cooking !!!



47 comments:

Candlelyn said...

it looks sooo delicous! thanks for sharing here~=)

ICook4Fun said...

My mom cooked this so often when we were young especially on her busy day. Sometimes she will put yam in it too. It has been a while since I eat this. I have to see if I can get some long beans from the Asian store.

Quinn said...

Yes Sonia, I'm a Hokkien too and grandma always cook this when we make Bak Kut Teh at home but she add in less pork since there is Bak Kut Teh. So yummy!!! I can eat this just by itself!

Life for Beginners said...

I miss long bean fried rice so much. My mom (who is Hokkien, btw) used to cook this for me all the time as a kid. :)

Mary said...

You've given us another wonderful looking meal. I can now buy long beans, so I'll have to give this a try. Have a wonderful day...Mary

Swee San said...

I'm Hokkien too.. But I think I haven't eaten this for the longest time.. :(

Tina said...

Wowwwwwww tempting and delicious...

Mama Holli said...

WOW!!! My kids will love this! I love to try new foods and so does my family! I am definitely saving this recipe!

WyYv said...

This looks so delicious!

That's Ron said...

yummy! my mum used to make this for me in her rice cooker

Jane Chew said...

I love this. But now not long bean season. Have to wait next year liao.

Bo said...

This really sounds delicious! It looks so comforting.

Jobless Girl said...

Look delicious. OMG, I'm hungry now.

MaryMoh said...

Looks very delicious. A great comfort food. I love to use green beans for fried rice.....at least everyone gets to eat vegetables :P

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

candlelyn, you are welcome!

Gertrude, my mom used to cook for us too.

Quinn, eat together with BKT, sound great, next time I will cook this way too.

life of beginning, all Hokkian know this dish ya.

Mary, hope you will like this.

SweeSan, ask your mom to cook for you quickly.

Tina, Thanks.

Mama Holli, Thanks for stopping by, hope your kids will like this simple rice.

WyyV, Thanks for stopping by.

Ron,Thanks for stopping by.

Jane, huh, have to wait so long huh.

Bo, yes, it is.

Jobless girl, Thanks for stopping by.

Mary, yes, you are right, at least kid who doesn't like veggie also force to eat, hehehe..

wendyywy said...

My mom's a Guangxi, and it's a traditional dish in her family, but it's made with chinese sausage and dried shrimps.

Anncoo said...

I love this one dish meal and easy preparation, looks so delicious.

SathyaSridhar said...

Wooow,,rice looks delicious,,my hubby like pork fried rice very much , he s fond of chinese foods.seems very easy n quick preparation..thanks for sharing dear,,take care n keep on smiling.

ReeseKitchen said...

Yum yum! This is the favourite rice in my family. Always cook more so I can take again the next day,...it even tastier the next day..;p I used to marinated the pork with soy sauce and pepper...hee hee!

Angie's Recipes said...

wow This rice dish makes me homesick! My mum cooked lots of this type of rice dishes and also with fried shallots atop!
Gotta call her now...

ARUNA said...

That's a yummo dish, so colorful n gorgeous!!!

温馨小屋 said...

对对对!这也是我家最畅销的!!

Olive said...

that looks delicious, I love one-bowl meals, it's perfect for TV / home movie-watching :)

Pei-Lin@Dodol and Mochi said...

Mmm ... Nothing beats good old home-cooking! What's best ... it's literally a one-pot dish!

A Year on the Grill said...

That is such a beautiful dish... i see pork belly here everywhere... need to buy some now.

Also, a surprising variety of rices.

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Preety said...

looks perfect

月亮 said...

讲真
我还没有煮过这道呢^^
很方便咯。下次我来试看看

Kitchen Corner said...

Your dishes always make me feel hungry! There just looks so tempting!!

Ann said...

yummmmmmmm this is the third blog that has made something with fried rice!! maybe its a calling for me to make something fried rice too? lol

love this dish! anything rice and pork and savoury wins me

Bakeling said...

Our long bean will turn yellowish after cooking .Why your long bean still look green in colour after cooking ?

3 hungry tummies said...

I have never heard of this dish before, it looks very tasty.
Thanks for the introduction!

Jo said...

Anything that looks this good must be good. I'm already hungry just by looking at this.

Balakrishna Saraswathy said...

it's being quite some time since I had a very good Chinese meal...that's a very tempting bowl of fried rice with long beans and pork..flavorful combo:)

HungryC said...

I used to tapao long bean rice when I was living out on my own during my university day. The hawker cooks it with chilli though, which I love. Haven't had this in ages

Little Corner of Mine said...

Delicious! I seriously loved your Hokkein bowls! My mom used to have this antique chicken bowls, now not sure where it gone already.

gaga said...

That looks so good! I especially love the fried shallots. I'm definitely adding to my next batch of fried rice.

Blessed Homemaker said...

Definitely a Hokkien dish as I grew up eating this :) Besides long bean rice, my mom used to cook cabbage rice, pumpkin rice and mustard green rice. I love all of them except mustard green.

tigerfish said...

No kidding but I am so so hungry now looking at this delicious and fragrant rice!

Colin Woon said...

Great job with the photos and cooking! Awesome series of photos that make me drool!

Love #1 & #3!

sulianmama said...

hokkien ppl sure love this one .:))

My Little Space said...

Not only the rice the pictures also look so delicious LOL! hehe.... Yummm....

YW said...

ahh.. haven't seen this for long long time.. I used to really like this when I was little!! didn't realise it was a hokkien dish.. haha... I'm a hokkien myself.. now I know why my grandma cook it so often at home :p

GE said...

Came across your blog and this looks delicious! May I know this recipe is for how many person?

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

GE, this recipe is for 5-6 persons.

Melissamhem said...

Looks very delicious. A great comfort food. I love to use green beans for fried rice.....at least everyone gets to eat vegetables :P

Happy said...

Long bean is a bit too soggy

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