Usually, my fried egg ends up broken or over cooked. Today, my first fried egg broke when I tried to take it out the pan. My second egg, as you can see in the picture, fried just fine. The yolk was completely runny, which was my goal! 👍🏻
Note: This usually happens to my eggs due to being side tracked from preparing another food item. I pretty much have to deeply concentrate on just the fried egg…..😆
Fact: Our tuxedo cats Blackie and Romeo like bacon! 🥓
1 cup of Birds Eye Steamfresh Lightly Seasoned Garlic Baby Peas and Mushrooms
2 cups of next day or leftover sticky rice-fresh made rice will get mushy when cooked.
1 stalk green onion chopped
1 t low sodium soy sauce
1 T Gochujang
Fry your eggs in bacon grease with optional sea salt and cracked black pepper and serve over rice. Sprinkle sesame seeds and green onion. Enjoy! 😋
Note: Make sure your sticky rice is leftover rice. Fresh made rice will get mushy.
Fact: Eric and I made this Bacon Kimchi Fried Rice for the first time! Our Mommy Shin used to make several different variations of Korean fried rice growing up in Chicago! It’s definitely comfort food to our family! My sister Hanna recommended us to try bacon as opposed to our usual hot dog kimchi fried rice. So happy we did! Hope you all enjoy it! 😋
1/2 pkg of Mrs Dash Salt-Free Beef Stew Seasoning packet
4 oz Modelo Cervesa
1 oz rice wine
1/2 T Worcestershire Sauce
1/8 cup of water
1/2 of green apple sliced
1 clove garlic minced
1 carrot sliced
1 celery stalk sliced
1 baseball size yellow potato cubed
1 cup red onion chopped
Another 1/8 cup water
Sea Salt to taste
Brown meat in sauce pot on med heat for 5 minutes.
Add half packet of Mrs Dash seasoning and continue to brown until all sides are browned.
Stir in Worcestershire sauce, Modelo, rice wine and water. Cook for 15 minutes.
Stir in veggies and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to medium and cover for 1 hour. Stir every 20 minutes.
Stir in 1/8 cup water or enough to make it a gravy consistency and cook my meat wants to fall aPart-y all the time….aParty all the time….by using your fork. Basically, make sure beef is fall apart-y with fork. 😉
Serve and garnish with cut parsley.
Enjoy with a nice red wine….or alcohol beverage of your choice! 😆