Some people say that like to recall the past can only show that really old. It stands to reason! As I grow older, I always think of the places I lived in during my school years, and I miss the people, the circumstances, the best green onions and, of course, the food that I will never forget. Penang (Penang) is a nostalgic coastal city. It looks like a big turtle nestling next to the Malay Peninsula. When I first arrived, it was a public holiday and I didnt have to go to school. My renter-in-law, a Tianjin girl who has been there for a long time, is a second landlord and does not have to attend classes during the holidays. Her cooking skills are very good, and she asks me to share her cooking every day. So at first, I didnt worry about eating at all. But after all, the vacation was short, and after school, nobody cooked, and I was really miserable for a few days. I can eat in canteen at school at noon, and in the evening I grabbed a large tube of biscuits I bought in the supermarket and pitifully nibbled for a week! Later, I really couldnt stand it. One evening at dinner, I summoned up my courage to go to the restaurant near my house and bought a fried rice. It was the first thing I bought when I was living in Malaysia. It was very delicious and different. Later, I asked my renter-in-law to find out that the fried rice I bought from the old Free School restaurant in Penang is very famous in the area. Since then, my food life in Penang has begun. More and more familiar with the environment, let me enjoy a variety of delicacies freely: Penangs famous fried dumplings, Durian sand, chicken rice, Indian coconut milk rice, authentic Roti (flying cakes); there are all kinds of desserts – refreshing, coconut milk do check, Chaozhou fried pistils, fried pineapple honey; Durian season fruit Wars… Everything that comes to mind is salivating! Today I miss that wonderful time with my ice-breaking meal in Malaysia. Orthodox or not need not pay attention to, call it imitation show, chat to comfort their taste buds and aging thoughts.
Food Material List
- 1 Leftover rice
- 2 shrimp
- 3 Egg
- 1 Prepare leftover rice.
- 2 Shell the shrimps into shrimps, remove the intestinal mud, and wash them for later use. All shrimps are ok.
- 3 Prepare eggs; Important condiment sauce: abalone sauce with sauce, dosage according to taste.
- 4 Start stir-frying: put some oil, first stir-fry the chopped shallots slightly (do not like to eat shallots do not need to put), then put in the shrimps, just discolored on the next step.
- 5 Add eggs to stir-fry a few times, and when the eggs are basically ripe, add our own secret sauce and stir-fry a few times.
- 6 Pour in the rice and fry it! Then come out! I didnt add salt myself. You can try it and add some salt if you dont think its salty enough.