Tuesday, December 11, 2007


khao phad ham

1 cup cooked rice

2 slices boiled ham

1 egg

2 tbsp. shelled snow peas

2 tbsp. corn kernels

1/8 tsp. ground pepper

1 cucumber

1/2 tsp. salt

3-4 tbsp. butter

lettuce for ganish


1. Heat the butter in a wok. When it has melted, break the egg into the wok and fry it. There is no need to turn it. When the egg is done, remove it from the wok, set it aside, and put in the nam. When the ham is done, renove and cut one of the slices of ham into short narrow strips.

2. Put the peas and corn into the wok in which the ham was fried, stir-fry a short time, put in the rice, stir-fry until the rice is ready, and then and the small strips of ham

3. Season with the salt and pepper, stir and turn to mix thoroughly, and then turn off the heat.

4. Transfer to a bed of lettuce arranged on a plate, place the fried egg and remaining slice of ham on the plate, and serve with cucumber slices.

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