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Yes, You Can Make This Binagoongan Fried Rice Recipe with Meals from 7-Eleven

Talia Cortez (@taliacor)

Jerome Jocson (@emowredge)

Dan Aragon (@danaragonowns)
Meya Cortez (@meyarrr)

Annika Hernandez (@anneequa_)

For office workers out there, 7-Eleven Hottaulam meals are a godsend. Reheated in 30 seconds, you get a full meal with free rice, that are substantial enough to fuel your whole work day. They’re affordable, and there are so many variants to choose from, like a whole quarter of Chicken BBQ, or even traditional Pork Laing.

Even if you’re used to eating them at your work desk, these ready-to-eat meals would also make for easy dishes to throw together at home, in place of regular canned goods or other frozen food available in grocery stores. When access to food can be limited, 7-Eleven Hottaulam meals are a very accessible, and delicious, alternative. With this recipe, we turned their sweet-spicy Rico’s Lechon Binagoongan into a fried rice that can feed more than two.

Rico's Lechon Binagoongan Fried Rice w/ Egg

Difficulty

Easy

Serving Size

2-4

Active Time

15 mins

Total Time

15 mins

  1. Heat the Rico’s Lechon Binagoongan 7-11 HottaUlam in the microwave according to package instructions.
  2. Set aside.
  3. In a bowl, add one egg to the white rice and mix until well combined.
  4. In a skillet over high heat, add the oil.
  5. Add the rice in a single layer and cook for 2 minutes.
  6. Add the liquid seasoning and stir the rice.
  7. Continue cooking, stirring frequently, until grains begin to separate, and egg cooks around the rice, about 3 more minutes.
  8. Add the prepared Rico’s Lechon Binagoongan and mix into the rice until well combined.
  9. Remove from heat and top with fried eggs.
  10. Serve with atchara and 7-11 HottaUlam Fried Bangus, if using.

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