Who out there works for Corporate America? Isn't it Corporate Slavery? Okay, I'm exaggerating, but it is very stressful at times. I can't complain though, I am lucky to be employed in this economy. When working a stressful job or being a Mom (the hardest job in the world), these are the type of "quick" meals you resort to cooking... for me it's the former.
To conclude my story, my husband came home early to help solve my problem. He whipped out a bunch of power cords from the closet and started testing out my laptop, and when you least expect it, voila... my laptop started. Just fyi, a Hewlett Packard power cord revived a Dell laptop. Who knew? And more importantly, who cares, I was thrilled... my issues got resolved much faster... the team was happy, thus I was happy... all because my husband, my savior came to my rescue. I guess sometimes us women do need rescuing!!! :-)
NUTRITION: Eggs are a good source of Protein and Vitamin D. I chose to use Brown Rice for this dish... adds some Fiber to this dish.
- Cooked Brown Rice - 1.5 cups (leftover)
- Scallions - 1 bunch (chopped in 1 inch pieces)
- Onion - 1 small (diced)
- Egg - 1 (scrambled)
- Canola Oil - 3/4 tbsp or 1 tbsp
- Soy Sauce - 1 tbsp
- Rice Vinegar - 1 tbsp
- Asian Chili Sauce - 1/2 tbsp
- salt to taste
1. Here is how much brown rice I had leftover... roughly 1.5 cups of cooked rice.
2. Here are my ingredients, use a small onion, medium will be too much. You can add frozen vegetables too since this is quick and easy.
3. Here are the sauces you will need.
4. Heat a pan on medium-high heat (dial #7). Add oil. Add egg.
5. Cook for 20 seconds or so until slightly cooked.
6. Add the scallions and onions. Season with very little salt. Saute for 1 minute.
7. Add the brown rice. Combine and saute for about 2 minutes.
8. Add the soy sauce, rice vinegar and chili sauce.
9. Combine. Cook until rice is hot. Turn off the stove.
10. And I was back to work after a yummy meal :-)
There were quite a few onions leftover :-)