Die Zubereitung von Nasi Goreng / Original recipe of Nasi Goreng, indonesian fried rice.


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    Published on Sep 17, 2020
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    Hello friends, today I'd like to show you how to make "nasi goreng", just like how the Indonesian people normally make it at home.
    Nasi Goreng is already quite popular in Germany so that one can find it in any Asian restaurant here and even available as ready made dish in frozen section at any supermarket.
    However I must say that they don't taste well.
    Even those bought in the restaurant doesn't taste like the real "Nasi Goreng", if the restaurant doesn't happen to belong to an Indonesian.
    Fried rice is a common dish in most countries in South-East Asia, however they have a slight difference in the spice, so I think it is not quite right to name a dish in a restaurant "Nasi Goreng" if the chef doesn't use indonesian recipes to cook it. Indonesian nasi goren doesn't taste like curry.

    This is my first attempt in making a cooking video, so please pardon me for the clumsiness 😝😅.
    Please just focus on the most important thing, which is the fact about how easy it is to make a delicious "nasi goreng" on your own. The next video should be better, hopefully LOL.

    The ingredients are not exotic at all, they are easy to find even in western countries.
    The only thing rather rare is indonesian typical sweet soy sauce, but we can trick this too if you can't buy one at your place. Here in Germany we can sometimes still find it in local Asian shop, or at least one can order it online at Amazon or any indonesian online shop.
    So I think we better just go directly to the ingredients list:
    -1 big plate of rice (the rice cooked the night before is the best choice for nasi goreng, because it has lost quite amount of moisture)

    • 2 cloves garlic
    • 3 pcs asian shallots or 1 onion
    • 2 pc kemiri nuts or almond (can be skipped completely)
    • 2 tbsp kecap manis (sweet soy sauce ala Indonesia. You can replace it with normal 1 tbsp soy sauce and 1 tsp molasses)
    • a half of red paprika or 2 red chilies
    • 3 tbsp sweetpeas
    • 1 pc carrot, diced
    • 2 stalks of spring onions, sliced in about 1 cm long.
    • some salt and oil to fry
      Be careful with the salt, because different brand of soy sauce has different level of saltiness, so it's better to add the salt little by little.
      You can also use another kind of vegetables instead of carrots and sweet peas. My recipe is vegetarian style, just like what most common people in Indonesia would cook at home.
      The protein source that is most likeke be added while serving the fried rce is either an Omelett or a sunnyside up egg.
      We can grind the garlic, chili, shallot and kemiri with a pesle and mortar or just hack them fiinely with knifes and then stir fry it in a wok for 2-3 minutes with a bit of cooking oil. After that we can add thespring onion, veggies & soy sauce. Keep stirring while pouring the rice into the wok.
      Add a pinch of salt to our personal taste. Stir it for another 5 minutes and the dish should be ready to serve.
      Instead of an egg you can surely use another kind of protein, such as shrimp, beef, or hand shredded chicken breast.
      So easy isn't it?
      Have a nice try and enjoy your meal.
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