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Nasi Goreng – Dutch Style

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2 cups White Rice
1 cups White Cabbage
1 cup Leek
1/2 cup Red Onion
1/2 thinly sliced Red Chili Pepper
1/2 cup Carrot
1 small Red Bell Pepper
1/3 cup Parsley
1 tsp Turmeric
1/2 tsp, mild Curry Powder
1 tsp Paprika Powder
2 tbsp Ketjap Manis
1/2 tsp Sambal Olek depending how hot you want it
1 Chicken Stock Cube
1/4 cup Peanuts
2 tbsp Wok Oil a mixture between sunflower oil, rapeseed oil, sesame oil, coriander and paprika powder

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Nasi Goreng – Dutch Style

  • Healthy
  • Ovo-lacto-vegetarian
  • 20 min
  • Serves 6
  • Easy


Some people call it fried rice, some call it one pot rice and others call it Nasi Goreng. But I like to call it Super Quick Sort of Nasi Goreng. Here, in the Netherlands, this dish a very popular and it has a lot of faces. You can find already packed spiced rice or you can get all the spices in a bag, you can even get in the microwave version. But what is Nasi Goreng? The main ingredients, as you can guess already are rice, turmeric, sambal and vegetables. Is this an original Nasi Goreng recipe? No, or I have no idea what an original recipe is.


Since I moved here I tried at least 8 versions of this dish and I finally found one that I truly love. I don’t know if Indonesian people add all the things that I add to it, because I never ate a “real” one, but after reading and trying a lot of recipes I managed to combine out own taste with a lot of Indonesian flavours. So if you are looking for a salty and spicy fried rice, this is it! And let’s call it Nasi Goreng for now, ok?

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Boil the rice together with the chicken stock cube until tender. Remove any left water, because this rice needs to be dry.


In a big work heat the wok oil and stir fry the vegetables. Add the rice and the turmeric, paprika powder, and curry powder and fry over high fire for a few minutes. Stir in peanuts, ketjap and sambal. Mix to combine. Add the fresh parsley and fry for for 2 more minutes.


Serve with peanuts sauce and krupuk.


I am Adriana and I love food, as you can probably see from what I cook. I like to bake and I like to experiment with new tastes, and my 2016 resolution is to try to cook healthy and special meals every day.

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