Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Fried Rice with Zucchini and Kielbasa

Our garden continues to give gifts of fruits and veggies.

Also the spinach season is over. It's time for zucchini.

After learning from the kitchen experiments using spinach; we decided to use the available ingredients in our cupboards for a creative meal.

Discovering that the girls love the taste of zucchini (Our first zucchini landed in the barbecue grill and the girls goobled them up); it is easy to find a combination for a successful dish.

I found that a frozen pack of Kielbasa (Polnish Sausage), left-over rice, and eggs would do for this dish.

-a medium sized zucchini, chopped in cubes
- 3 pcs. of kielbasa, chopped in cubes
- 3 pcs. of eggs, beaten
- 3 cups of left-over rice
- 3-4 tsps. of olive oil
- cheyenne pepper and salt to taste
- a handful of parsley

Pour the olive oil and heat the pan. Throw in the chopped kielbasa and stir. Add the chopped zucchini when the kielbasa turned golden brown and stir. Then pour in the beaten eggs and mix. Add the cooked rice, then cheyenne pepper and salt to taste. Cook until the rice is heated. Relish with parsley.

Serve with green salad.

The photo above is my husband's share, he loves to eat rice with a punch, thus the chillis.

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