- Leftover phad grapao
- Leftover rice
- Half a yellow, red or orange bell pepper, chopped or sliced into bite-sized pieces
I do mine in a non-stick pan. Add the left over gra-pow (yes, I am spelling it differently on purpose, all these versions and a couple more get used) to the pan with the pepper and heat. Once it’s hot and the pepper is done to your taste (I like mine completely warmed through but with some nice crunch left) add an equal or twice the amount of the left over rice. Stir and fry the mixture until the rice is hot and completely covered in leftover kra-pow juice. You might need to add a tablespoon of water. That’s it–ready to eat. I’d fry an egg and add some cucumber slices to go with it.
You can substitute the bell pepper with many things–broccoli, spinach, kailan (Chinese broccoli) or just skip that part all together. If you want to make this dish properly, basically add rice as the final step in the regular krapao recipe–but I never do that. I always make extra for leftover fried rice.