What is a very simple recipe to do with long grain rice? I'm just looking for a snack.
Pretty much anything but a Buddha bowl is nice and easy. For quickness my method is to microwave a yam, boil some lentils, and saute some kale or collards in garlic and butter. Mix smooth natural peanut butter with rice vinegar and water to taste and consistency for peanut sauce and maybe a few drops sriracha.
get dressed up and take it to a wedding somewhere to throw it over the newly wed couple. then snack on finger food at the wedding. bonus free booze, and you might get laid because women get clucky at weddings.
Do this, OP, and try not to think of maggots while you chow down on that delicious chicken carcass.
fried rice. Just fry it up with some green onions and whatever other veggies you feel like, maybe some scrambled egg and throw some soy sauce and garlic and ginger in it. Maybe some hot pepper.
Just make sure the rice is cold first.
Fried rice. Fry an egg in half a tbsp of oil, set aside. Sautee onion, lettuce, peas, and whatever fast-cooking or readily cooked vegetables you have at hand in 2 and a half tsp of oil. Toss in yesterday's rice, shrimp, and any leftover meats around. Stir fry, season with 2 tbsp of soy sauce, white pepper and fivespice powder and 2 tsp of sesame oil. Stir well and fry a little more, serve.
I usually like to have boiled green beans or broccoli and grilled chicken with the rice.
If you're really lazy, buy a can of good quality tuna in olive oil and just add it into a bowl of rice. It's tasty.
cook it up in your rice cooker or ghetto pot,
have a nice vegetable mix ready and cooking in a wok (i use this organic frozen one even that works well).
and rice vinegar to the rice and a bit with the veggies.
add your <insert favorite hot sauce here> a bit in the rice and a bit in the veggies, fry with oil or no oil.
>get a rice cooker
>make way too much rice
>murder it with what might as well be an entire bottle of soy sauce
>the rice turns into edible food