Nasi Goreng Recipe

Fried rice for breakfast? Yes please! Nasi Goreng quite literally translates to “Fried Rice” in Malay, and is considered as the national dish of Indonesia. This dish is versatile as it can be made in many different ways – but one ingredient must be used to turn it from plain old fried rice to Nasi Goreng, which is Kecap Manis or sweet soy sauce.
This dish is has many variations in different parts of asia such as Malaysia, Brunei, and Singapore. Nasi Goreng is considered as one of the most delicious foods in the world, according to a poll that CNN released, which had a vote of 35,000. This fried rice dish is not only delicious, but you can make this in bulk and save a buck!

Serving Size: 6
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes


•½ lb. skinless, boneless chicken breast
•½ lb. peeled, deveined prawns
•3 eggs, beaten
•1 clove minced garlic
•1 onion, minced
•1 leek, chopped
•2 green chili peppers, chopped
•1 tsp ground coriander
•1 tsp ground cumin
•1 Tbsp. vegetable oil
•3 Tbsp. sweet soy sauce
•½ lb. cold, cooked white rice
•1 Tbsp. vegetable oil


1.In a large non-stick skillet, spray some cooking oil and cook the eggs. Fold in half and remove from heat. In the same skillet, heat up the vegetable oil and sauté the onion, leek, garlic, chili peppers and cook them until soft and fragrant. Add the chicken and prawns. Season with the dried spices, salt, and pepper.
2.Once the chicken and prawns are cooked, mix in the cooked rice, sweet soy sauce, and the egg strips. Make sure that everything is evenly distributed before turning off the heat.
3.Serve hot.