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Old 16th July 2012, 05:56 PM   #4
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Nasi Goreng (Indonesian Fried Rice)

Nasi goreng or actually fried rice in English, is food made from rice which is fried with spices and other ingredients. Fried rice is a popular food in East Asia and Southeast Asia.

Rice is one of important traditional Chinese cuisine, according to historical records already existed around 4000 BC. Fried rice then spread to Southeast Asia brought by Chinese nomads who settled there and created the typical local fried rice which is based on the difference in the spices and how to fry. Fried rice is actually emerged from several properties in the Chinese culture, that does not like to eat cold food and also remove the remaining food a few days earlier. Hence, the cold rice then fried to be served again at the table.

Nasi goreng (Indonesian fried rice) is also known as the national dish of Indonesia. Of the many dishes in Indonesia cuisine vocabulary, there is little that can be considered a true national dish. This national cuisine of Indonesia is known without boundaries of social class. Nasi goreng (Indonesian fried rice) can be enjoyed simply on the roadside stalls, vending carts, to the restaurant and the buffet table in the party.

There are many kinds of nasi goreng (Indonesian fried rice) recipes but the main element is the rice, cooking oil, soy sauce. In addition, many other extras that can be included, such as vegetables, meat, sauces, hot sauce, crackers and fried eggs.
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