Sunday, January 22, 2006

Steamed Rice with Salmon Topping

I must thank jingle26 for introducing me to this dish. It is very easy to make but very satisfying especially for those who like one-dish meal without the fuss. I would say that this is a very versatile dish, you can put whatever toppings that you like. The best is to steam the rice in a steamer because the rice will be soft. A short cut way is to cook the rice using rice cooker or microwave, then put the rice in a claypot bowl, add the cooked topping and steam in a steamer for about 5-10 minutes.


1 cup rice, washed and drained
1 cup hot water
150g-200g salmon fillet, cut into bite size
1 bunch green vege, your choice of vege
1 salted egg, cooked and mashed
4 tbsp sambal oelek (I used woh hup brand)
2 tbsp olive oil

1. Put washed rice and hot water in a stainless bowl and steam it for about 10-15mins
2. At the same time, heat oil in wok
3. Add fish pieces and stir fry it till cooked
4. Take fish pieces out and put aside
5. Add sambal oelek to the wok and stir
6. Add vege and stir fry till cooked, then add fish pieces
7. Mix till well blend
8. Put the fish and vege and mashed salted egg onto the cooked rice
9. Put back to the steamer and steam for further 5mins, turn fire off and leave the rice in the steamer for further 5mins before serving

1 comment:

culinary said...

wah, your salmon topping so nice.
your method very clear and easily understood. your picture can see more clearer than mine. I am happy you enjoy steaming rice.