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Bak Kwa Tomato Rice ~ 肉干番茄饭

A very easy one-pot meal for working mothers who are bogged down with other household chores.    Other than bak kwa, you may opt to use chinese sausages or even ham or fried bacon.  And the rice will taste just as delicious.



Bak Kwa Tomato Rice ~  肉干番茄饭  (recipe adapted from 'here')
Ingredients
  • 1.1/4 rice cup of Basmati rice 
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 medium size tomato about 160 gm
  • 60 gm Bak Kwa pieces, diced
  • 1/2 cup Broccoli, blanched and cut into tiny floret
  • Salt to taste
Method
  1. Wash and rinse rice, pour into rice cooker, add water accordingly.  (A little less water than the ordinary measurement because there will be some juice from the tomato).
  2. Mix in the bak kwa bit and a bit of salt. 
  3. Make a criss-cross cut on the bottom of the tomato and place it on the rice.  Select 'cook' function.
  4. When the rice is cooked, smash the tomato, toss in the blanched broccoli, Mix well.
  5. Drizzle on some sesame oil, mix well.
  6. Serve

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