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Listening to: Night's quietude.
Mood: fallible.
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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Spicy Scrambled Eggs


Other than fried rice, scrambled eggs are a very common Indonesian menu for breakfast. This time, I will present you a superhot spicy recipe that is soothing for PMS and very simple to cook.

Remember that this is twice hotter and more pungent than average — even for Indonesians. The first taste will make you say FUCK and run to the fridge to gulp icy water. If you love chilies as much as I do, this will satisfy your cravings.

Ingredients for one serving:

Two chicken eggs.
One scoop of cooked white rice (around eight tablespoons).
Twenty-five small green/red chilies (jalapeno or any hot chilies will do).
One large onion.
Six cloves of garlic.
A half of red tomato (optional).
Sweet soy sauce.
(Bottled) teriyaki sauce.
Chili sauce.
Tamarind juice (exchangeable with lemon juice).
Garlic powder.
Chili powder.
Salt.
Cooking margarine.






Steps:

1. Finely chop chilies, onion, garlic, and tomato. Put all into a bowl.
2. Add sweet soy sauce (one teaspoon), teriyaki sauce (one tablespoon), chili sauce (three tablespoons), tamarind juice (one tablespoon), garlic powder (one tablespoon), chili powder (three tablespoon), and salt (one teaspoon).
3. Crack the eggs and place the rice in the same bowl.
4. Stir everything well with a fork.
5. Heat cooking margarine (one tablespoon) in a frying pan over medium fire.
6. When the margarine melts, pour the egg mixture and stir-fry with a spatula till it disperses into small granules.
7. Continue stirring till the eggs are brownish and the margarine dries up.
8. Serve and scream.





Variations:
  • If you prefer toasty dry eggs, add the rice later after the eggs are half-cooked in the pan.
  • Rice is replaceable with a pack of instant noodles (cooked with the packaged spices with only minimum water).
  • Add other ingredients like sausages or mushrooms or spring onions to your liking.
  • Eat the dish with krupuk, a kind of traditional Indonesian snack that accompanies any meal.





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