Bobo’s recipe – Sprouts with grilled sausage, and couscous!

Previously, I mentioned this meal in LEFT,OVER. Project Chapter 3 – LEFT,OVER.  It is a simple meal for me, so I hope it will be easy for you to cook too.

The preparation for the meal:

  • 1 bag of sprouts
  • 1 grillworst
  • Half of the pepper
  • Some spring onions
  • Some onions
  • Some garlic
  • Some round pepper
  • Some chilli
  • 250 g couscous
  • Some olive oil
  • Some salt
  • A piece of lime or lemon
  • One sugar cube
  • Some  raisins

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Step one: add some olive oil into a big pan, wait until it gets hot. Then add in the lower left  plate ingredients (Spring onions, onions, pepper, garlic, chilli, and round pepper) into the oil. It might be very smoky, so keep your window open.

Step two: add the sausages in, fry it for a while. Add some water if it is a little burning. But not too much water. You need to let the fat of the sausage come out as well.

Step three: add the sprouts and mix with the other ingredients in the pan well. Now add some boiled water, cover the food and let it boil.

Step four: grab another pan, add some olive oil and salt, and pull the couscous into the pan. Mix  it well with the oil and let it cook for 30 seconds, then add some boiled water. (the water and couscous is around 2:1 ) Now turn the fire into the smallest, put on the lid, let it cook for few minutes. Taste the couscous and see if it is the suitable texture you want. Add a little bit more water if you want it to be softer, if not them turn off the fire, put back the lid, leave it aside for later on.

Step five: Now your sprouts should get softer, add some salt, some lime juice, and the sugar cube and let the water boil out. When you see the sauce becomes little thicker, turn off the fire, and your food is ready to be served.

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Don’t leave any leftover!

Enjoy your meal!

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Two days ago, I launched my first non-profitable project in this blog, which is called  LEFT,OVER. and you can read more about it by clicking on the underlined name.


I appreciate all the supports from my lovely friends. Because of your support, the project has been undertaking and will be slowly presented to you in my blogs and my other social media links. All my supporters and participates are the savers for mother earth and I sincerely want to thank everyone who has been participating or will join this program and contribute some efforts to it. As  a fresh graduate, I have no big financial investors in this project. Therefore, the only thing I can offer to my dearly friends are my recipes. Some of them are from my grandma’s traditional recipes (Sichuan food.), and some of them are from my personal creation.

A lot of my friends ask me how do I keep fit but eating so much. Honestly, I do have my own secrets to control my weight and eat healthy. LEFT,OVER . project is  also aiming at helping you  have better control of  what you eat and how much you eat. My recipes are easy to cook and various. In each recipe, I will provide personal advice how to eat it, when to eat it, and other relevant helpful information.

So today, I will present Fried rice with courgette and eggs which is my own creation. This is a quite heavy meal which gives you a lot of energy, so try to avoid eating too  much at dinner. But for lunch, it is pretty good because it will give you enough energy and last until the end of the day.  This dish doesn’t contain a lot of oil, so it is relevantly a light meal. And it is also vegetarian meal. So all my vegetarian friends will have a lovely new choice!

Preparation: It is very simple.

  • A bowl of rice (depends on how many people you are cooking for, the following amount is for two people. )
  • One courgette (Normal size one. If it is a big one, just half will be enough.)
  • Two medium size eggs (Whisk the eggs with some salt)
  • A clove of garlic
  • A small onion
  • A cup of boiled water
  • Some lemon skin
  • 25ml olive oil (I don’t like to cook with too much oil in this meal, but it can little more if you prefer greasy food.)
  • Some salt
  • Some black pepper
  • some Chilli powder if you would like to have spicy taste in it.R1-STEP 1.png

Now it is time to cook!

First, heat up the pan and add 15ml olive oil in the pan. When the pan is pretty hot(you can feel it by putting your hand on top of the pain. BE CAREFUL!), add the whisked eggs and you should see the eggs raises up very quickly. Break it down to small pieces and put into the bowl. Keep it aside for later on. (Don’t make the scrambled eggs, because it is a completely different thing. The one I am talking about here is really spongy.)


Then you add 10 ml olive oil and  add chopped garlic and onions. Cook for a while until you start to smell the nice smell. Then add some lemon skins. (Use cheese grater here) After that, add your courgette, some salt, some pepper, some chilli (optional), and half cup of the boiled water.

Until the courgette turns into darker color and becomes soft, add the pre-cooked eggs and the rest of the water. Add some salt here if you think it is not salty enough for you. (TASTE IT BEFORE YOU ADD ANYTHING! – useful tip!)


Now, until the water is almost boiled off and the sauce starts to become creamier, add the rice. (warmed one or fresh cooked one) Use low heat to cook. So you can mix the rice with the dish properly without burning it. If it is too dry, you can add some olive oil to ease it up and it will taste better.

Now, it is the time to serve the meal! Bon Appétit!


I wish you good luck making this simple and healthy meal! If you have any advice, comments, or questions, please don’t be afraid to ask me.

I will be working hard on the LEFT,OVER. project and hopefully will present you the Chapter 2 soon.

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