I love to eat sinangag for breakfast; it pairs great with tocino, longganisa, and hotdog. I also enjoy eating tuyo. If I get a chance, I make a type of sinangag with tuyo flakes in it – I call it tuyo fried rice.
Tuyo fried rice tastes really good. I eat it with more fried tuyo, daing, or danggit. Sometimes, I just eat it by itself and pour a teaspoon of vinegar to it. It might sound weird, but it works for me because I can eat my favorite fried fish with rice without doing the extra effort.
Have tried making tuyo fried rice before? If not, I encourage you to try it. The process is fairly easy and quick.
Try this Tuyo Fried Rice Recipe. Enjoy!
- 4 cups leftover white rice
- 4 pieces tuyo, fried (head and bones removed)
- 5 cloves garlic, crushed
- 3 tablespoons canola oil
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- Combine salt and leftover rice in a bowl. Gently mash to mix the ingredients and to separate the rice from each other.
- Heat a pan. Pour-in the oil.
- Once the oil becomes hot, add the garic. Cook the garlic in medium heat until it turns medium brown.
- Add the tuyo (salted dried fish). Cook for 20 seconds.
- Add-in the rice. Toss once in a while. Cook the rice for 10 to 12 minutes.
- Transfer to a serving bowl.
- Serve for breakfast. Share and enjoy!