Sometimes dont you feel short of time and ingredients? Well this seems to be happening to me a lot lately. I just seem to have no time and come lunchtime i feel myself rushing through non existent ingredients and trying to make myself something to eat!! This is the outcome of such a day… some left over white rice, chicken fillet… ginger,…onions… soya sauce, sherry and lots and lots of chopped green and red chillies and voila!!! You all have asked me for this recipe on facebook so here you are !!! Its easy, its spicy (please reduce the amount of green chillies or replace them with chopped capsicums/bell peppers if you cant take chillies) and its delish and takes next to nothing to make….
2 cups of white rice cooked and refrigerated
150 grams of diced chicken breast, cut into small pieces
2 tablespoons of grated ginger or less, i love ginger
some chopped white onion
1 tablespoon soya sauce or more
1 tablespoon sesame oil
1 teaspoon of sugar
2 tablespoons sherry (please my halaal followers just omit this) or brandy or chinese wine
salt and pepper to taste
2 tablespoons of cooking oil
lots and lots and lots of chopped green and red chillies ( use capscium if you dont like chillies)
you can also add different veggies…i did not have any, and did not have the time to chop them
you can also add beaten egg, shrimps, ham, etc…..
Heat oil in a pan and add the  ginger and sautee for a few seconds and then addchopped chicken, add some salt  and the sugar and toss on high heat to brown a bit (not too much) when a bit browned add the sherry (my halaal followers please omit this step…i had the sherry so i used it) and let it cook till the alcohol evaporates…. Add the onion and cook adding a little salt and then the soya sauce and pepper. Cook for 15 seconds and then add the green and red chillies and the rice. Mix well and cover so that the rice gets heated through. Add some sesame oil and taste and add more soya sauce if needed. Sprinkle the sesame oil and take off the fire and let it rest for half a minute. Eat it and eat it and say oh wow!!!!!!!!
Bon Apetit!!!!

chillies chillies chillies…my chilli plant!!!!!!!

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  1. Delicioso arroz, a mi me gusta picante, pero no mucho, sólo un poquito.

  2. Bonita planta de chiles. Voy a ver si consigo una.
    Otro beso

    • nituchugani says:

      Reme muchas gracias…puedes usar menos picante… eso depende a ti… siempre me dices cosas bonitas…gracias

  3. Es que me encantan las recetas exóticas. Me gustan mucho tus videos, me eres muy simpática.

  4. Ryhana says:

    Easy simple recipe. Thanks for considering Halal followers. I will try this recipe

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