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Congee - Chinese Rice Porridge

Bring water, rice and chicken to boil and simmer partially covered for 1 1 /2 hours. If congee is too runny, remove lid and simmer longer until it’s the right consistency. If it’s too thick, add water. Add spinach. Scramble the eggs and drop them straight into the congee, stir slightly - don't mix it in! - and leave for a few minutes until fully cooked. This will make lines of scramble. . .

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Servings: 4

Prep Time: 01:30

Cook Time: 00:10

Main Ingredients

1 1/2 cup raw rice or old cooked rice (this is about the size of an average takeout container)

6 cups water (or chicken broth if you don’t have chicken thighs or bones)

chicken bones or an uncooked chicken thigh

2 tsp salt

4 handfuls of fresh spinach or 1 handful frozen spinach

4 eggs 4 green onions

soy sauce

sesame seed oil

Preparation

1Bring water, rice and chicken to boil and simmer partially covered for 1 1 /2 hours. If congee is too runny, remove lid and simmer longer until it’s the right consistency. If it’s too thick, add water.

2Add spinach.

3Scramble the eggs and drop them straight into the congee, stir slightly - don't mix it in! - and leave for a few minutes until fully cooked. This will make lines of scrambled egg in the congee.

4Add chopped green onions.

5Serve in bowls and add a tiny drizzle of sesame seed oil and a generous drizzle of soy sauce, each person to their personal taste.

6Other things you can add to the congee: sriracha, kimchi (pickled vegetables), other vegetables like sliced carrots or shredded cabbage, sautéed mushrooms, chunks of meat, shoots, soft- or hard-boiled eggs, oyster sauce, ginger, or garlic.

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