nasi goreng


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nasi goreng

(ˈnɑːsɪ ɡəˈrɛŋ)
n
(Cookery) a dish, originating in Malaysia, consisting of rice fried with a selection of other ingredients
[C20: from Malay nasi (cooked) rice + goreng fry]
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For nasi goreng, you can order it as vegetarian or vegan.
Nasi goreng is without a shadow of a doubt Indonesia and Malaysia's most famous dish.
We realized it was a menu loaded with carbohydrates, but I still cooked nasi goreng just to add some twist to the spread.
1: SHALLOT AND VEGETABLE NASI GORENG Ingredients Serves 2 6tbsp vegetable oil 9 shallots, finely sliced (6 for crispy shallots, 3 for the rice) 2 cloves garlic, sliced 2 carrots, cut into matchsticks 3cm fresh ginger, grated 250g spring greens, finely shredded 2tbsp soy sauce 1tbsp tomato ketchup Juice 1/2 lime, or more to taste 1-2tsp chilli sauce, to taste, plus extra to serve 250g cooked basmati rice To serve: 2 eggs, plus a little reserved vegetable oil for frying 50g peanuts, roughly chopped Directions Heat the vegetable oil in a wok over a medium-high heat and add the six sliced shallots, reserving the other three for later.
Known for his take on Singaporean and Malaysian comfort food, Chef Nicco served up dishes like Nasi goreng ikan bilis, and coffee pork ribs.
The food stations consisted of lechon, Thai noodles, Nasi goreng, Ilocano empanadas, barbeque, sisig, and inasal.
Haya's Place, owned by a Tausug from Zamboanga, also serves Malaysian dishes, such as Nasi Goreng, Ayam Goreng and Spicy Sambal Chicken Wings, as well as Middle-Eastern fares, like shawarma and falafel.
Promising a traditional taste of Sri Lanka, the menu is as vast and varied as the cuisine's many influences, from lampris - a Dutch-Burgher parcel of rice, curry, cutlets and relishes wrapped in banana leaf - to Indonesian nasi goreng.
Here, we're treated to a feast of Indonesian delicacies from sea snails (surprisingly tasty) and otak otak (seafood wrapped in coconut leaves) to spicy crab and nasi goreng fried rice, all while bobbing gently under the star-filled sky.
The national dish is Nasi Goreng, which can be bought for just a couple of dollars.
When I assured her that I was familiar with nasi goreng and sambal and other Indonesian delicacies, she appeared visibly impressed.