As a food enthusiast, I cannot stress enough how much you need to try this mind-blowing combination of fluffy rice, runny eggs, creamy avocado, and spicy chili that will leave your taste buds in absolute awe – introducing Rice with Eggs and Avocado and Chili!
There are better recipes for the web than this. The recipe certainly needs more aesthetic appeal. It won’t impress the dinner party crowd and garner gushing compliments.
However, it’s a simple meal perfect for a weeknight. It’s easy to throw together on a weeknight when you’re busy with a million other things, making this a great weekday dinner. This blogger’s “go-to” meal is revealed when she needs something tasty and quick to eat.
What exactly does it mean to slop around on a weeknight? Fry an egg, mash an avocado, pour with soy sauce, add a dab of chili oil or my preferred #1 spicy bae, chiu chow oil, and toss in a large handful of chili bamboo shoots.
White pepper adds a subtle but noticeable spiciness. Use a spoon to thoroughly combine the ingredients, and then dig in.
This weeknight recipe has been a staple in my regular rotation although it sounds like little and may be completely weird to anyone reading this.
I can’t promise that your friends and family will share your enthusiasm, but if you make it and they do, they may become believers. Try it! You should take advantage of this opportunity because this is the very lowest standard we will ever set on the blog.
- 1 fried egg
- ½ avocado
- 1 1/2 cups of cooked rice
- A drizzle of soy sauce
- A wad of preserved chili bamboo shoots
- A pinch of ground white pepper (optional)
- A dollop of chili oil (to taste)
- Prepare some rice. Place it in a dish or bowl. One that doesn’t require too much space to hold while you’re curled up in front of the TV or working at your desk.
- Do as you please with the fried egg. You can also eat them scrambled or hard-boiled.
- Get the avocado while the egg is cooking. Remove the seeds, cut them in half lengthwise, then dice them up. Or you can simply spoon it over some rice.
- Pepper bamboo shoots to taste.
- Get whatever you want, whatever you want, some chiu chow oil or hot chili oil out of the fridge. Sprinkle some of it in there for flavor.
- Soak everything in the soy sauce. White pepper, just a pinch.
- Combine and savor!