And let the magic begin!
Look at this basket of freshly washed veggies! I put as man as I could together!!! Onion, chili pepper (red and green), cabbage, scallion, zucchini, garlic, and ginger.
I never cook with cabbage. So fun to cut. And very healthy. Most importantly as well....cheap cheap cheap and adds so much flavor and volume to your meal. Scallion is bitter but in a small amount to a big portion its perfect!!!!
This is a big onion. Like dude. Big.So this is what it looks like with all the veggies chopped up. SOOOO many veggies its crazy. I am basically trying to make the biggest portion possible and will freeze the left overs for dinner later in the week.
So ya, this is a big undertaking, four burners cooking. Two for chicken, one for the fried egg, and one for sauteing the veggies.
Look at the pretty chicken!
Walla chicken! You want that color---yummmmmmmy.
Pot of cooking rice came next. Put all spice, turmeric, and chili powder it in, pinch of salt as well.
Last but not least combine in big pot: veggies, rice, fried eggs (I used six), rice (2 and a half cups), chicken cut up, and fresh chopped basil on the top, and that's me squeezing a dash of lime juice on it. Now this can feed an army. This is a great dish for either your meals or a big party/pot luck. Enjoy!!!!
So I had an hour more to kill before dinner time so I also made this pie. Wozers! Apple pie. Basic recipe - Mix 5 small apples, teaspoon of cinnamon, teaspoon of cloves, 3 tablespoons of agave, and a dollop of butter. Then make the dough: At Martha Stewart's website, I used Pate Brisee recipe http://www.marthastewart.com/recipe/pate-brisee-pie-dough. Then made the bottom, put the apple mixture in it, and then cut out shapes for the top. I used a snowflake cookie cutter to cover the top. Bake for 40 at 450 --- serve with ice cream on the side. WALLLA!