One large onion
2-3 garlic cloves
A can of peeled tomatoes
Knorr chicken cube
Pour enough olive oil in the saucepan to cover the bottom, then add the sliced onion, garlic, tomatoes (if you're using fresh tomatoes, peel them and remove the seeds) and a few rings of green pepper. I like to hack them all into really small pieces. Put the saucepan on the stove, and when it starts boiling, reduce the heat and let it simmer for about 15 minutes, stirring it now and then.
Then crank the fire back to full and add two teacups of rice (I like a wild rice mix) and let it fry for a few minutes stirring it the whole time, and only after that add the water - around 3 teacups to each teacup of rice - some salt, and a third of the Knorr chicken cube. Let it boil for about 7 minutes, remove it from the stove and cover it, and let it sit for around 10 more minutes.
I usually eat it with chicken breast that I've marinaded with
2 tablespoons of turnip rape-seed oil
1 (large) sugarspoon of curry
1 sugarspoon of allspice/Jamaican pepper
½ sugarspoon of bell pepper
½ sugarspoon of salt
For some reason I add allspice and bell pepper to pretty much everything I eat, even noodles.