Nasi Goreng

January/February 2008

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (34 votes)

Whole almonds add beneficial monounsaturated fats to EatingWell's spin on this Indonesian-style fried rice. For added flavor, texture and nutritional oomph, our Nasi Goreng is brimming with fresh vegetables and accompanied with fresh slices of cool cucumber and tomato. To make it vegetarian we've substituted soy sauce for the fish sauce that's typically used as a seasoning.

Nasi Goreng

2 Reviews for Nasi Goreng


This dish tastes just like fried rice you get from a Chinese restaurant, so good! I used sweet soy sauce instead of the kepac manis and it turned out beautifully. I think a little taste of sweet helps any recipe. I'm considering using pineapple in the vegetable mix next time.


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