I learned to make Tamari Scrambled Eggs and Rice years ago from a friend’s mother who grew migrated to the United States from Thailand. In her country, food is never wasted. Leftovers are cleverly re-invented into another meal, insuring every morsel of food goes to good use.
Like most Asian cultures, rice is a standard dish served at most meals. Growing up in an American home, rice was never a food I my mother served for breakfast unless it came in a breakfast burrito. Once I discovered the delicious combination of scrambling eggs with the salty flavor of Tamari and then tossing it into heated left over rice, I became a true believer in eating rice for breakfast.
The next time you have left over rice from the night before, give this recipe a try and enjoy a tiny taste of what breakfast is like in Thailand.
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