Garlic Rice With Fried Egg And Chorizo

Garlic Rice With Fried Egg And Chorizo

(2 servings)    Printable Version
  • 1 Tablespoon vegetable or canola oil
  • 2 cups cooked rice
  • 2 or 3 teaspoons minced garlic
  • 2 large eggs
  • 6 ounces chorizo
Heat the oil in large frying pan or skillet over medium-high heat. Add the garlic and saute until fragrant. Add cooked rice. Stir-fry until rice is coated with oil and is beginning to brown. Set aside.

Place a separate frying pan over medium heat, remove chorizo from casing and cook - stirring often until browned and cooked thorough (about 5 minutes).

Fry eggs to your liking. When done, top each serving of garlic fried rice with chorizo and a fried egg.

Note from Mr Breakfast:
The breakfast lover who sent us this recipe didn't submit quantities for the ingredients. So until I hear back from them, the above quantities are an educated approximation. To make 2 cups of rice, bring 1 and 1/2 cups water to a boil. Stir in 3/4 cup uncooked white rice. Cover. Cut heat to low and simmer for 20 minutes. There will be a little bit of rice left over.



This flavorful combination of garlic rice, fried eggs and spicy sausage is somewhat popular for breakfast in the Philippines.

Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Garlic Rice With Fried Egg And Chorizo?
Overall Average Rating = 5 (out of 5)
Based on 3 votes.


Official Member: Team BreakfastFrom Salms-Grilnek (Team Breakfast Member)
Rating (out of 5):  

I like to fry/scramble the chorizo with the eggs. And used left-over short-grain (sticky) rice. For two servings I would increase the eggs to four. For a single serving decrease the rice to a single cup and leave everything else as (2 eggs, etc) is.

Comment submitted: 2/25/2014 (#17327)



From Nina Filipina
Rating (out of 5):  

I love "-silog" breakfasts! Although longsilog is my fave, chosilog is definitely a runner-up.

Comment submitted: 10/31/2007 (#3888)



Official Member: Team BreakfastFrom rickvaughn (Team Breakfast Member)
Rating (out of 5):  

Actually in the Philippines this would be made with a full cup of rice and one egg per serving. And Filipino-style chorizo is not as spicy as the Mexican version.

This dish is called "chosilog" which means ("cho-":chorizo)/ ("-si-":sinangag: fried rice)/("-log":fried egg); other types of meat used in this recipe that can be substituted for chorizo are:

SPAM (spamsilog)
Longanisa (a different type of sausage: longsilog)
Tocino (a sweet type of sausage: tocilog)
Tapa (dried beef: tapsilog, probably the most famous of the "silog" dishes)
Corned beef (cornsilog)
Hot dog (hotsilog)

and many other varieties.

Comment submitted: 10/27/2007 (#3861)





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