Sweet Pea Ginger Rice Pilaf and Pork Chop

Spring is already making its marks on trees and flowers. This simple rice pilaf is a lovely dish to start the season. 豌豆蔥油飯 is not only easy to make, but also very pretty and good for you. It is my favorite dish for Easter. No skill no fear, all you need to know is how to cook rice in a rice cooker.

Lynard has become a rice master, he cooks good rice. Rice pilaf is such an easy dish to cook. It makes my life easier. Making dinner is no longer a big event. Instead of rich, fancy cuisine, we will be making simpler recipes and eating only foods that are necessary to maintain good health. My goal is to create a cleaner eating habit. The easier the better.

 

 

Sweet Pea Ginger Rice Pilaf and Pork Chop 豌豆蔥油飯

  • Servings: 3 to 4 | Recipe by Leslie at Soups Ahoy
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Sweet Pea Ginger Rice Pilaf and Pork Chop 豌豆蔥油飯

1 (10 oz) bag steamable sweet peas, steam in microwave for 6 minutes
1 bunch (5 to 8) green onions, trim the ends, finely chopped
1 big chunk ginger root, finely chopped, about 3 tablespoons
1/2 teaspoon salt, (optional: 1/2 teaspoon yellow curry powder)
3 to 4 tablespoons olive oil, cook in sauce pan until hot

2 (6 oz) cups raw jasmine rice, cook in rice cooker
4 pork chops, add salt and black pepper, pan fry until brown

 

Coat the bottom of rice cooker with 1 teaspoon olive oil or coconut oil. Put 2 cups jasmine rice in a big bowl, rinse and drain. Put rice in the rice cooker, add water as needed to cook the rice.

Mix green onions, ginger, salt and curry in a glass bowl, set aside. Cook 3 tablespoons olive oil in a sauce pan until hot, gently pour into bowl, mix with onion mixture. Add the sweet peas and onion mixture to the cooked rice in the rice cooker, mix well, cover and keep warm. Serve sweet peas rice pilaf with pan fried pork chops, or chicken if you like. Simple, fast and delicious.

 


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