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    OOOH, the raw egg on hot rice. There is a viral video that's going around and I can't understand most of what she's saying. Can you explain? Because eggs and rice .... mmmmm.
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    Cubans here eat egg in rice. It’s a staple. Arroz con huevo.
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    But what does it taste like?
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    like eggs on rice? you should make some, it's pretty good. though the arroz con huevo i've had was always a fried egg on top of rice, not mixed in. not sure which kind shellee is describing but either way it's yummy.
    or you can make this, and add toppings. i like mine with soy and furikake but you can also do sesame oil, chili flakes, whatever you feel like. i like mine best when the rice is piping hot and you mix the egg in. heat up a bit of rice in a small saucepan and then turn the heat off and mix in the egg while the rice is still piping hot.
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    eta: speaking of eggs and rice, if you really want to go down a youtube food porn rabbit hole, check out videos of japanese chefs making omurice, which is also one of the most delicious comfort foods ever.

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    Grubhub has been assaulting my emails with pleadings for me to support food delivery, so I indulged in a McCormick & Schmidt Cheeseburger and fries. I couldn't even eat the whole meal; maybe I will finish it off tomorrow. And some of the best restaurant lemonade I've had ever. But the delivery guy just dumped everything on my step and then he jetted!!! The Coronavirus has us all spooked. Still, a good burger.
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    I really want Thai takeout, but the only good Thai restaurant in town is closed. So, an apple for now, but am getting ready to make terriyaki stir fry with lots of garlic, ginger and broccoli cause immune boost!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    like eggs on rice? you should make some, it's pretty good. though the arroz con huevo i've had was always a fried egg on top of rice, not mixed in. not sure which kind shellee is describing but either way it's yummy.
    or you can make this, and add toppings. i like mine with soy and furikake but you can also do sesame oil, chili flakes, whatever you feel like. i like mine best when the rice is piping hot and you mix the egg in. heat up a bit of rice in a small saucepan and then turn the heat off and mix in the egg while the rice is still piping hot.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamago_kake_gohan


    eta: speaking of eggs and rice, if you really want to go down a youtube food porn rabbit hole, check out videos of japanese chefs making omurice, which is also one of the most delicious comfort foods ever.

    I have been wanting omu rice lately soooo much lately. Seriously craving it and feeling carb deficient. I don't have any of the special molds so I just shape mine in a bowl, but it's so good. Will definitely watch the videos.

    The tamago gohan was what I was thinking of when I said raw egg on rice.

    But @Nevan, if the rice is hot enough it kind of cooks it, sort of. I also like raw egg with sukiyaki which also sort of gets cooked when you dip the hot meat and veggies in the raw egg and eat that over rice.

    But as far as eggs and rice goes, for a cooked version,I would sometimes make a thin egg omelet and slice it and eat that over regular rice (or soft rice when I'm not feeling well), maybe with nori, a little soy sauce, some furikake or cucumber or tuna or salmon or whatever I had lying around.




    eta - I just watched the video and that was omu rice on crack. I never put butter in my chicken which needs to be done from now on and I learned to make it with ketchup and that's what I normally use since I don't normally have demi-glace lying around. Also, if I tried to flip that pan of rice around like that I would be picking rice out of every crevice of my kitchen for the rest of time. I love him! And the egg was genius - I wondered how he was going to do that. I learned to put the thin layer of egg in the pan, swirl it around until it kind of bubbles a tiny bit like a pancake would and if the person wants it completely done, you flip it, but if you like it softer you don't flip it. When he cut the egg open and it was all gooey I was so happy.
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    Raw or partially cooked egg is disgusting though.

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    I don't think it's gross, but it's definitely a good time to invest in organic or fresh eggs if you want to eat them raw or not so cooked.
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    it's a question of taste. some people are grossed out by runny eggs. i like them.
    plus a lot of people don't realise they're eating raw eggs in tiramisù, chocolate mousse, eggnog, some ice creams, etc... not to mention mayo (store bought is probably pasteurised but home made or restaurant made isn't).
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    ^Yeah, homemade eggnog from raw eggs is one of my favorites out of that list. And tiramisu. Also, homemade mayo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    it's a question of taste. some people are grossed out by runny eggs. i like them.
    plus a lot of people don't realise they're eating raw eggs in tiramisù, chocolate mousse, eggnog, some ice creams, etc... not to mention mayo (store bought is probably pasteurised but home made or restaurant made isn't).
    Yeah, they're ready on my "do not eat" list.

    Two reasons - runny white is just slimy gelatinous goop & turns my stomach and non-EU eggs - salmonella risk.
    Even with EU eggs there is a risk even if it's much smaller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Novice View Post
    Raw or partially cooked egg is disgusting though.
    I agree ... I don't like eggs overcooked but I don't want them runny or, in the case of scrambled, I want them cooked enough that they don't have any liquid on them. I am very weird about food though. I still want to try the egg and pasta (sorry, really lazy today, I don't want to scroll back) and the eggs on rice.

    Does anyone eat Chinese food? The only thing I'll eat from them is pork fried rice. While they're delivering, I cook some pineapples and then I toss in the pork fried rice. Yum!
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    I made Mrs Mo and our son omelettes with ham, provolone cheese, and lebanon bologna.

    Our daughter made herself "slutty brownies".

    And I had a low-fat strawberry smoothie and steel-cut oatmeal.

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    mo, what's a slutty brownie?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nevan View Post

    Does anyone eat Chinese food? The only thing I'll eat from them is pork fried rice. While they're delivering, I cook some pineapples and then I toss in the pork fried rice. Yum!
    even though as a region, asian food is my favourite, by far, i'm not a fan of most typical westernized cantonese and hunan chinese food which is most of what you get in the west. but i can eat my weight in dim sum and pork buns and congee and i love good sichuan cuisine. i didn't think i liked chinese food (except for dim sum) until i had good chinese food in new york, l.a., san francisco, places with considerable chinese populations.
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