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Saturday, May 10, 2008

Simple Fried Rice

Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice) is a very common food in Malaysia and there are a lot of varieties depending on the ingredients and method of cooking. It can be served anytime and for any occassion. I love playing with different flavours and ingredients. However, this particular one has always been in demand from my family because it suits everyone taste - crispy Ikan Bilis (Malaysian version of anchovies), no egg, no vegetable and most of all not too spicy/hot i.e it just simply tasteful. This is also great when you are in a hurry and it can be prepared & cooked in just 10 minutes!

We had this for breakfast today and here is the simple recipe to share with those who have not tried this version:

By: Roz@HomeKreation
INGREDIENTS (4-6 persons): 
4 bowl cooked Rice
4-5 tbs Cooking Oil
6 Shallots*
2 cloves Garlic*
1 Red Chilli* (* sliced thinly)
A handful of Ikan Bilis
100-200g fresh Shrimps
1 stalk Onion spring **
1 stalk Chinese Celery** (** chopped)
A pinch of Turmeric powder
Salt & Pepper
A pinch of MSG (optional)

1. Mix rice with Salt, Pepper & MSG.

2. Heat oil in a wok.
- Fry sliced shallots, garlic & chilli until golden brown & dish up.
- Fry Ikan Bilis in the remaining oil until crispy & dish up.
- Fry shrimps in the remaining oil (add more oil if necessary) for 2 minutes and add in turmeric powder, rice, fried ikan bilis and fried sliced ingredients.
- Mix well and stir 5 minutes until the rice are all heated up.
- Put the fire off & add in chopped onion spring & celery. Stir lightly.

3. Dish up and serve with sliced cucumber, tomato &/or salad.

Note: Add in scrambled together with other ingredients, if you like and skip turmeric powder as the egg will produce natural yellow color.

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