Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Nasi Goreng Tuna ( Fried Rice Tuna)

Yesterday, after hubby came home from work, we went to visit our friends.  Then we decided to go back home before it gets dark. Before going to the main road, we had a small road accident. Thankfully, we were not hurt but I was petrified. Even when you drive with cautious, accident happened out of nowhere. The speed was not even at 20... the truck skidded in the curve on the icy+wet road and went into the embankment. Luckily no other vehicles around when it happened. We tried but unable to get the truck back on the road. Slowly, one by one came.. I think there were about 6-7 vehicles stopped by. Three of them said, they go back and get their truck to help us. I am thankful, that there are some nice and helpful people. My hubby and I want to shout out to the couple who helped us. They drove home asap and came back. With their help, we managed to get out and get home. Unfortunately, we didn't get their name. To the couple, we really appreciate your help. Thank you and god bless you. 

Anyhoo, for dinner, I cooked a simple  nasi goreng tuna. It could be better if only I had some slices of tomatoes. It was simple and delicious. (I had more servings than hubby.. hehe) This is one of my favorite food. There are some dishes that both of us have different taste.  What he like, I may not really like and vice versa. Whenever I cook something that I want to eat and knows he will not like as much as I do, I will cook another dish that he would go for more bites. For this nasi goreng tuna, I made some home-made spring rolls to go with it.. Hubby had many servings of these spring rolls. Lol!!!

2 cups rice, cooked
1 can tuna flakes, divided, drained
2 tbsp blended cili
3 cloves garlic, chopped
2 eggs
salt to taste
cooking oil

Stir the rice with a fork to separate the grains. Heat wok or large saucepan over medium heat, place garlic and saute until fragrant. Add blended chili and stir for a minute. Add 1 tablespoon of tuna and salt to taste, continue to stir. Add cooked rice and mix. Then push the rice to the sides and break the eggs. Scramble the eggs and mix it in with the rice, stirring briskly for 5-10 minutes. The remaining tuna, sprinkle with some lemon juice and heat in the microwave for 1 minute. Serve nasi goreng tuna, topped with cooked tuna and chopped spring onions.


Za said...

I'm so glad both of you were safe. Hope the trunk is ok too. Alhamdulillah. WOW! U even managed to cook nasi goreng after all that. I'd have just just gone with instant noodles!...:)

lilmizlynn said...

Thanks Za. The truck is ok, but I think hubby needs to change his tyres. I wanted to eat nasi goreng before we went to our friend's place, so I just go for it.. :)

Chris said...

Glad you guys were ok! It was really icy here in Knoxville through Monday.

lilmizlynn said...

Thanks Chris. You take care and be safe.

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