||Stephanie v. Dijck (10/01/94)
(again, dutch style... :)
cooked rice for 4
1 lentil cut in rings
150 gram beansprouts washed, cleaned how you like them
300 gram fillet of pork or chicken, cubed
1 chili pepper, chopped
1 big or 2 small onions, chopped fine
soy sauce (i prefer the sweet type)
1/2 tsp trassi (if available)
Heat oil in wok or big pan. Add trassi, powder it first between your
Fry onion, garlic and ginger for 2-3 minutes until onion is translucent
and the kitchen smells great.
Add lentil and chili pepper, fry 2-3 more minutes.
Add egg, stir well and IMMEDIATELY add rice. The egg
should set after the rice is stirred in so everything gets a bit sticky.
Fry for 5-8 minutes, stirring really well. Add a little more oil if
Add the beansprouts, heat these for maximum 1 minute or they will get
Add soy sauce to taste.
This is a very basic dish. You should eat something else
with it, like sate (broiled meat w. peanutbutter sauce),
or a vegetable dish (stirfried). Atjar Tjampoer (sweet/sour
pickled vegetables) cannot be missed, as well as a fried
or poached egg on top of the nasi (one egg per eater).
Serve with prawn crackers, preferredly home baked (if you
can buy them raw anywhere?).
If you like it, spread the news
If you don't, improve it!
Stephanie :) van Dijck
'Haast je als je tijd hebt, dan heb je tijd als je haast hebt'