Ummm yeah, this was as good as it looks. This beast of an Asian dish was ridiculously easy to prepare, but does take a little vegetable-cutting time, FYI. Feel free to add any meat and any other veggie you want. Oh, and this makes about 2 servings.
Go ahead and start making a few servings of brown rice. It takes forever and a day to make, so start early. If you really don’t have time, go for white rice!
Here’s the time-consuming part: Cut up about 1/2 onion, a handful o’ spinach, a few green onions (cut it on an angle to look pretty), 4-5 mushrooms, a few cloves of garlic, and about a teaspoon of fresh ginger. Beat an egg and set aside. In another bowl you want add some or all of the following ingredients according to your preferences: soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, a few drops of liquid smoke, teriyaki sauce, and a little honey.
Now, in a super hot & greased wok or nonstick skillet, add your onions.
After they start to get a little color on them, add your mushrooms, ginger and garlic. Oh snap, this smelled SOOO GOOD.
After a minute or two, push the veggies to the side and pour the egg in the middle of the pan.
Once the egg is *almost* cooked, add the cooked rice, green onions and spinach.
After just a few flips in the pan, add your sauce. Hey, start with a little at a time- like maybe a tablespoon for two servings. You don’t want it super salty. Also keep in mind: the teriyaki sauce and honey burn quick, so really, only cook this for a minute or less. Obviously if you start smelling it burning on the high heat, take it off and serve.
Should look something like this! This is a PERFECT side to some kind of seafood, in my humble opinion.
- 2 Servings rice – $.20
- Handful o’ spinach – $.10
- 1/2 Onion – $.32
- 5 Mushrooms – $.81
- Green onions – ~$.15
- 1 Egg – $.12
- 2 Servings: $1.70
- 1 Serving: $.85