Nasi Goreng is Indonesian fried rice. It is one of the cheapest meals you can buy when travelling in the region and so delicious. Nasi Goreng is often offered as part of a banquet-style meal or a side dish but the flavours are so perfect I think it’s best all on its own.
|2 packets||Long grain rice, steamed|
|4||Woodland egg (Main)|
|1 drizzle||Olivado avocado cooking oil|
|1||Onion, diced (Main)|
|2||Green chillies, sliced|
|1||Garlic clove, roughly chopped|
|1 tsp||Ground coriander|
|1 tsp||Ground cumin|
|4||Waitoa chicken thigh fillets, sliced in strips (Main)|
|250 g||Sea Cuisine giant prawns, shelled|
|3 Tbsp||Kecap manis|
|¼||Dole Tropical Gold Pineapple, cut into small chunks (Main)|
|1 handful||Fresh Life Cashews, lightly toasted|
|1 handful||Superb Herb coriander, chopped|
|2||Spring onions, sliced|
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- Heat the rice as per pouch instructions. Fluff with fork and set aside.
- Beat the eggs and make a plain omelette with a dash of oil. Slice into strips and set aside.
- Heat the oil in a wok or large frying pan. Add the chopped onion, leek, garlic and chillies and fry until the onion is soft. Add the coriander and cumin.
- Slice chicken into strips and add with the prawns to the onion mixture and fry, stirring occasionally until chicken is cooked.
- Add the rice, Kecap Manis* and omelette strips and fry for a further 5 minutes to allow flavours to mix through. Add the pineapple.
- Sprinkle with chopped coriander, spring onion, and cashew nuts and serve hot.
* Kecap Manis is a sweet thick soy sauce and is available at most supermarkets or Asian food stores.