2 People

30 minutes


Vicky Cheng 

Egg fried rice with minced pork in tomato sauce and sunny side-up egg


200g minced pork
400g (1 can) chopped tomato
50g fresh tomatoes, diced
50g onions, diced
10g garlic, chopped
1 egg, lightly beaten
2 eggs
30g oil
15g flour
250g cooked rice
Pinch of salt
Pinch of black pepper
Pinch of chili powder (optional)


Rice cooker
Sharp knife
Chopping board
Small bowl


1. Preheat the rice cooker. Add oil and onion with a pinch of salt. Fry for 2 minutes.
2. Add garlic and fresh tomatoes. Cook for 1 minute.
3. Stir-fry minced pork for 5 minutes.
4. Add canned tomatoes, black pepper and chili powder. Cook for 1 minute.
5. Close the lid and cook the sauce until thick. Set aside.
6. Clean the rice cooker. Add beaten egg and spring onions. Stir-fry for 1 minute.
7. Add the rice and cook for 5 minutes. Add salt to taste. Spread the rice on a cold plate and set aside.
8. Clean the rice cooker. Heat a teaspoon of oil in the rice cooker. Add 2 eggs and fry sunny side-up with a pinch of black pepper.
9. Pour the sauce over the rice and serve with sunny side-up eggs on top.

   Cooking Tips

• Make sure the egg is broken into small pieces in step 6.
• This dish is a great way to use up any leftover rice.
• Tomato & pork sauce can be made in large amounts and stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 4 days or in the freezer for up to 2 months.
• Swapping the pork for vegetables is an easy way to increase the fibre content of this recipe. It can also be a great vegetarian dish!

Nutrition Advice

  • Tomatoes are low in calories, packed with vitamins, minerals and an excellent source of disease-fighting antioxidants, such as vitamin C, A and K, as well as potassium.
  • Onions are rich in antioxidants such as vitamin C, it helps to protect body cells and promote healthy tissue growth.
  • Choose brown rice to increase the fibre content. Compared to white rice, brown rice is a whole grain which has more protein and is rich in micronutrients. People who eat several servings of whole grains daily lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes and cancer.