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Nasi Goreng (Malaysaian Style Fried Rice)

This is another of my recipe from Singapore collection which is just normal fried rice with a touch of the Malay's spices and flavors which is well like by my hubby. I had some rice leftover and decide to prepare this wonderful flavorable Malaysian Nasi Goreng.

Nasi Goreng (Malaysian Style Fried Rice)

Ingredients

Serving Size: 4
This is another of my recipe from Singapore collection which is just normal fried rice with a touch of the Malay's spices:

1 cup leftover cooked rice
1 red onion chopped finely
2 chicken breast diced
3 large eggs, beaten
4 small shallots, peeled
3 cloves garlic, peeled
1 cups finely chopped or shredded vegetables
3 red chillies
1/2tsp shrimp paste
1/2tsp sugar
chopped coriander leaves
chopped spring onions

For Sauce:
2tbsp dark soy sauce
2tbsp light soy sauce
3tbsp tomato ketchup
salt to taste

Preparation Methods:
Break the overnight/leftover rice using the back of a spoon so they don’t clump together-keep aside.Coat a large skillet with cooking oil and heat over medium-high heat. Pour in eggs, reduce heat to medium-low and cook. Slide out of the pan onto a clean cutting board. When cool enough to handle chop it to bite able size and leave aside.Place chili, garlic, shallots, salt, sugar and shrimp paste in a mortar and pound with the pestle to form a paste.

Heat the wok add couple spoons of oil,saute the chopped onions til browned followed by the pounded paste. Once the raw smell are removed add the diced chicken cubes and the vegetables. As they become tender pour the sauce and allow the mixture to blend. Finally add the cooked rice and saute well. Adjust the level of salt and add the fried eggs,chopped coriander and spring onions. Remove from flame and transfer to serving platter.

Comments

Sarah Naveen said…
I love all your Malaysian recipes dea..!!! i wanna try one by one aftr Lent....this looks so yummy!!!
Tina said…
Wowww...Friedrice ma all time fav....Looks delicious dear....Bookmarking this.
Vijay said…
Nice recipe.. Hi friend this is vijay here.. ur doing a really good job.. can we exchange links..
Thanks Tina and Sarah.Hope both of u will try the recipe soon and let me know the outcome :)
Vijay u have a nice blog too..read all ur reviews abt upcoming movies ect.Sure!!
prasu said…
wow....tempting fried rice dear.....sorry for another Question dear????? I'm totally new to Malay cooking could u please tell me how to make shrimp paste...it would be lot great...so I can try it....really liked the recipe a lot.
Vrinda said…
Nice recipe and nice decor...liked the addition of shrimp paste...
Saju Sharfu said…
hi new to ur blog..u have a wonerful collection of recipes..love fried rice and ur chicken in spicy gravy wow..mouth watering..following u..
plz drop by my blog when u get time!
FinLust said…
Love the food...

check my food article too.

http://finlust.blogspot.com/2009/11/asia-in-basket-food-bloggers-meet-at-sm.html
my kitchen said…
Loves to eat,Delicious one

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