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Nasi Goreng

Updated: Apr 3, 2019

Nasi Goreng - Fried Rice

In Holland this is eaten a lot, it originates from the West Indies. We always ate Nasi Goreng with pickled onions or gherkins, peanut sauce and sweet soy sauce. Now I add a whole lot of kimchi to achieve the spicy sour taste, though I still think it’s great with a good pickled onion!

In Holland this is served in a big soup bowl and eaten with a spoon peanut sauce and Atjar Tjampoer, and if you can find prawn chips ( kroepoek ) go ahead we just have it as is, even cold for lunch the next day it’s great


  • coconut oil or dripping for frying - Use a wok or fry pan

  • a small onion chopped into slices

  • 1 tbsp crushed garlic and crushed ginger

  • spices = 1/2 tsp coriander seed, 1/2 tsp caraway seed, 1/2 tsp chilli

  • 1/2 cup salami chopped into squares

  • 1/2cup carrot chopped into squares

  • 2 cups cooked cold rice

  • 4 mushrooms

  • 3 eggs ( break into a bowl )

  • 1 cup of GoodBugs Ginger Ninja Kimchi Buy Here


1)Fry the salami and onions off in some of the oil-fat once nearing brown add the crushed garlic and ginger fry some more add spices 2)add the carrots and mushrooms once carrots are el-dente add the rice and quick fry 3)push the mixture to the side of your wok and add one egg at a time scramble as it cooks then mix into the rice mixture 4)last but not least turn wok off and add your kimchi Top with chives or coriander for some greenness. I added chives because my son is unfortunately one of those for whom coriander, tastes like soap!

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