2 cups long grain rice (uncooked)
1 big chicken breast without skin and bones, diced in finger thick cubes
1/2 green squash, diced*
1 red pointed bell pepper, diced*
1 carrot, diced*
3 leaves white pointed cabbage, cut in chunks, thick parts removed
1 red hot chili, minced
4 bigger onions, cut in 3 mm thick slices
2 spring onions, sliced
3 garlic gloves, sliced
1 little ginger knob, grated
1 tablespoon oyster sauce
1 tablespoon sweet soy sauce
3/4 teaspoon tumeric
heaped tablespoon sambal oelek (indonesian chili paste)
2 tablespoons instant flour (wheat flour with a special milling grade)
1 cup oil
Sweet chili sauce to taste
Salt to taste
First steam the rice and afterwards let cool on a tray. You may use left over rice but don't use sticky rice.
Marinate the chicken with chopped chili, grated ginger, garlic and a little sweet soy sauce until rice is done.
Toss the onion slices in flour until well covered and separated into rings.
Heat oil in a wok. Deep fry the onion rings in 4 batches until golden brown and crisp. Transfer onions on a plate covered with paper kitchen towel to get rid of excess oil and sprinkle a little salt. You may buy ready made roasted onions in asia food stores. They are quite good, but I like them freshly made.
Filter oil to a really fine mashed metal strainer to get rid of the browned flour leftovers and wipe clean the wok with a kitchen paper towel. Give a little cleaned oil back to the wok and stir fry the vegetables until the carrots are a little softer. Transfer vegetables to a bowl, stir fry the meat with attached garlic until browned, add to vegetables and spice up with oyster sauce and a little salt.
Add oil to the wok and stir fry rice with tumeric until hot and getting slightly roasted, add vegetables, meat, sambal oelek, maybe salt, and just stir fry a little longer. Adjust seasoning as you wish.
For each serving prepare one fried egg (sunny side) up in a separate pan.
Serving: serve rice topped with fried egg, deep fried onions (can be reheated in mircowave), spring onions and a dash sweet chili sauce or sambal oelek.
And yes - this is so not food for people on diet...
*) 1 cm dices or cut in match sticks