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liuzhou

liuzhou

This is probably the laziest and most simple meal I've ever prepared, but also one of the tastiest, not that I can take credit for that. I had a very busy day (and will do so again tomorrow) and hadn't done any shopping. Luckily, yesterday I picked up some sausages from the local supermarket a couple of days ago and had rice left over from yesterday.

I am no fan of the Cantonese sausages you may know as "lap cheong" or something similar. I never eat them. These, however, I do.

 

They are 四川麻辣肠 (sì chuān má là cháng) - Sichuan hot and numbing (mala) sausages. Basically they are pork, rice, Sichuan peppercorns and chilli.

 

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I also had some fresh bamboo shoot.  I always have garlic and ginger. So I fried the ricewith bamboo, sausage garlic and ginger. End of recipe!

 

Damn! It was so much better than I deserved it to be. And very spicy! Take-no-prisoners Sichuan!

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It would have been nice to have had some scallions for aesthetic appeal, but honestly I didn't need them. Anyway, no one is going to see the dish otherthan me, are they⁈

liuzhou

liuzhou

This is probably the laziest and most simple meal I've ever prepared, but also one of the tastiest, not that I can take credit for that. I had a very busy day (and will do so again tomorrow) and hadn't done any shopping. Luckily, yesterday I picked up some sausages from the local supermarket a couple of days ago and had rice left over from yesterday.

I am no fan of the Cantonese sausages you may know as "lap cheong" or something similar. I never eat them. These, however, I do.

 

They are 四川麻辣肠 (sì chuān má là cháng) - Sichuan hot and numbing (mala) sausages. Basically they are pork, rice Sichuan peppercorns and chilli.

 

1465084555_SichuanSausage-1024-2.thumb.jpg.2f19c7768d52d3b53d607ebd6fdf48b3.jpg

 

875952872_Sichuansausahe31024.thumb.jpg.bf1ad65061ff2b03943bfab2be5baaaf.jpg

 

I also had some fresh bamboo shoot.  I always have garlic and ginger. So I fried the ricewith bamboo, sausage garlic and ginger. End of recipe!

 

Damn! It was so much better than I deserved it to be. And very spicy! Take-no-prisoners Sichuan!

1768159314_sichuansausagefriedrice11024.thumb.jpg.9298db83faacbe8b6022bf1148dc34a6.jpg

 

2041115293_sichuansausagefriedrice21024.thumb.jpg.ebe6d2b256e97e2c5bc80c0570d73ce9.jpg

 

It would have been nice to have had some scallions for aesthetic appeal, but honestly I didn't need them. Anyway, no one is going to see the dish otherthan me, are they⁈

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