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Monday, March 9, 2009

Nasi Goreng/Fried rice

I am really happy to share this Malaysian recipe, i love this rice. My cousin sister used to prepare it, she is an expert in this. I got this recipe from her, She lives in Malaysia, will post more recipes learning from her. I thought i will share this excellent rice variety with you my dear friends, this is very simple to cook but taste tremendous.



  • Cooked Rice - 1 cup

  • Cabbage chopped

  • Beans chopped

  • Garlic - 5 pods finely chopped

  • Onion - 1 finely chopped

  • Eggs - 4

  • red chillies - 5

  • Ginger - 1 inch

  • soya sos - 1 tsp

  • Tomato ketch - 1 tsp

  • Oil - for sauteing

  • Salt - required

  • Chilli powder - 1/2 tsp

  • Pepper powder - 1/4 tsp
  • First of all you need cooked rice, even you can used the left over rice.

  • very finely chop the onions and garlic.

  • Chop the beans and cabbage and keep it aside.

  • In some hot water, soak the redchillies and keep it aside for 15 min

  • Heat 2 tsp of oil in the pan, once the oil is hot.

  • Add the chopped garlic, toss till slight brown.

  • Now add the chopped onion, saute till golden brown.

  • Then add the chopped vegetables to this mixture.

  • Let it get cooked for some time, in the mean time grind the soaked red chillies and ginger to a fine paste.

  • Now add the paste to the vegetables, mix well.

  • Add 1 tsp of soya sos and tomato ketchup, add some water if required.

  • Mix well and cook for some time.

  • Now add the cooked rice, mix well to it. now check for salt

  • if required add the salt and chilli powder as required and pepper powder

  • Be cautious about the spice, if you are serving for kids

  • Break and toss all the egg in a bowl, add salt,chilli powder and pepper powder to the eggs

  • In a new pan, cook the egg, Scrabble it into pieces.

  • Garnish the rice with this cooked egg.

  • Serve hot.
This rice will not require any side dish or gravy.


Asha said...

Love it, looks like yummy Chinese egg fried rice! :)

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

that's nice... i make malaysian noodles. this is new to me.. looks yummmo.

Priya said...

Had this long back, once we went to SG...Looks yummy n delicious..

Adlak's tiny world said...

oh lovely... lovely plater. i m drooling dear.

Vibaas said...

Something new and tempting. Looks yummy :)

veggie belly said...

we had some incredible nasi goreng when we visited indonesia. its such a flavorful dish!

Sathya Sankar said...

Hi Gayathri, the rice looks delicious, nice recipe for the lefover rice too.
First time here, you have a very nice blog :)

Gayathri said...

>> thank u asha,mahima,priya,adlak,vibaa,veggie belly and satya shankar

Madhumathi said...

I have heard of this but have never tried it.It looks yummy and I will try it for sure.Thansk for sharing :)

Daily Meals said...

Looks yummy...

Anu said...

Hi Gayathri,

Fried rice looks yummy:)
Thanks for your comments in my blog. Do stay tuned with My Scrawls and I shall keep checking yours :)

Pooja said...

Looking nice.....

Gayathri said...

>> thank you madhumati,daily meals,anu and pooja

>> Sure anu will keep visiting scrawls :)

Preety said...

wow i never tried egg and rice combo..but this looks super yummy

Priti said...

Thi is the perfect nasi goreng...Umm I can feel the aroma..yummy....

priar's, said...

Hi gayathri,
warm welcome to my blog....u have got a gr8 blog...

Chitra said...

nicer post gayathri,looks yummm!!

Ashwini said...

Love fried rice..Looks yumm and lovely color..

Muneeba said...

I've heard of this malaysian fried rice, but never tried it. But I'm sure it's yum ... I love all kinds of fried rice!

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