(2019 Post) : Pontianak-Styled Fried Egg

51007066_10156375143304335_7717074534532120576_nHello, welcome to 2019!

It’s been a while I hadn’t been writing over here, particularly since my mom had kicked a bucket of daisy 10 months ago ( I missed her so much) and let me try to do something s**t to be blogged again.

I start from my childhood favourite breakfast.. When I was still in elementary school, sometimes my mom cooked fried egg with sweet soy sauce, and it was so yummy. I and my sister even asked almost everyday and we never got bored on it at all. You just melt some butter/margarine, crack an egg, add a pinch of salt then when the egg starts to harden, pour some soy sauce and wait until it caramelized. Eat it with warm rice and all become like in heaven for me.

Sometimes I cook it for myself and then suddenly I stopped to make it until a viral trend about Pontianak-styled fried egg rice. A fried egg with salty soy sauce and some golden fried garlic, served with a warm rice and became trend in Pontianak, West Kalimantan’s capital.

Well, it reminded me to my childhood lovely breakfast. However, as I have become low carb eater, I have to cut off most carb absorbance into my body and choose to eat more fat and protein. Salty soy sauce is the solution and finally I tried it following the original recipe :

Ingredients :
1-2 eggs (large or medium sized)
1-2 cloves of garlic (chop well)
1-2 tablespoon of salty soy sauce (or according to your taste)
1-2 tablespoon of butter or coconut oil


Steps :
1. Heat the saucepan
2. Put and heat the butter or coconut oil
3. Put the chopped garlic and fry until golden crisp, set it aside
4. Let the oil
5. Crack the egg and fry until semi-fried
6. Then, put the garlic, let it for a moment
7. Add the salty soy sauce, and flip-flop it
8. Fry until caramelized and the serve it

Serve with a hot rice is a good idea, but for low-carbers, just skip it then.

Have a nice Sunday all!


One Comment Add yours

  1. dodo says:

    bisa di coba buat di rumah

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