Lately, I have been experimenting with "one-pot" rice cooker recipes for dinner, which makes cooking dinner at home more manageable.
I've also been trying to cook brown rice but I have to remember to soak the rice grains in the morning for them to soften by the evening :P
One of the recipes I tried was with leftover baked salmon, which had been marinated with herbs, sea salt, Sarawak pepper (the best!), olive oil and lemon juice.
First, I soaked some dried prawns and chopped some garlic. I stir-fried the garlic and then tossed in the softened dried prawns until they went snap, crackle and pop! in the pan. Then, I added the leftover salmon and tossed it with the mix.
Since I had some mustard leaves (sawi), I washed and cut them into strips. When the rice was almost done, I tossed the leafy greens into the rice cooker.
Unfortunately, I left them in there for too long - they turned brown. Next time, I must remember to open the lid to let the steam out!