Lucia-Lucia Fried Rice
Lucia-Lucia Fried Rice requires about 40 minutes from start to finish. One serving contains 414 calories, 11g of protein, and 28g of fat. For $1.57 per serving, you get a hor d'oeuvre that serves 4. This recipe is typical of Chinese cuisine. It is a good option if you're following a gluten free and dairy free diet. A mixture of cumin seeds, peanuts, long link mexican chorizo sausage, and a handful of other ingredients are all it takes to make this recipe so flavorful.
Heat a large saute pan over medium heat and add the chorizo. Cook the sausage until cooked through and crispy.
Remove the sausage from the pan, leaving the fat in the pan.
Add the peanut oil to the chorizo fat and add the cumin seeds and mustard seeds. Cook's Note: Be careful! The seeds will start popping. When the seeds start to pop, add the curry leaves, which will sputter too, so watch out! Then add the onion, peanuts, garlic, turmeric, and paprika, sauteing until the onions are soft and golden brown.
Add the tomatoes and okra. Cook until the tomatoes are soft and mushy and the okra is tender.
Meanwhile, in a small nonstick pan, heat a drizzle of olive oil over medium heat and scramble the eggs.
Add the cooked rice to the tomato mixture and stir. Cook until the rice is warmed through. Stir in the chorizo, scrambled eggs, chopped cilantro, and lime juice. Taste the mixture and season with salt, and pepper, to taste.
Recommended wine: Alcoholic Drink, White Wine, Ingredient, Food Product Category, Riesling, Drink, Gewurztraminer, Chenin Blanc
Fried Rice can be paired with Alcoholic Drink, White Wine, and Ingredient. The best wine for Asian food depends on the cuisine and dish - of course - but these acidic whites pair with a number of traditional meals, spicy or not. One wine you could try is Le Grand Courtage rosé Brut Bedazzled Bottle. It has 4.7 out of 5 stars and a bottle costs about 40 dollars.
Le Grand Courtage Rose Brut Bedazzled BottleBright aromas and flavors of fresh strawberry and raspberry combine with notes of lilac and violets. On the palate, a delicate balance of dryness and acidity lingers with flavors of wild berries and pomegranate alongside soft floral notes. This Brut Rosé complements a wide range of foods, from savory to sweet. Try it with spicy Asian dishes, risotto, BBQ, beef, lamb, duck, chicken, prosciutto, seafood, pizza, soft cheese (like brie or goat), cheesecake, crème brulée, strawberry shortcake and berry pie. Mix with fresh grapefruit juice for a refreshing brunch beverage, or add a float to a gin-based cocktail.The Blend: The Chardonnay provides depth and structure, while the Ugni Blanc offers a natural acidity and freshness. The light-bodied Gamay lends vibrant fruit expression and a smooth texture. Grapes are sourced from quality terroirs in France, such as Burgundy and Beaujolais.