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Indonesian Street Food ???????? NASI GORENG RECIPE - Fried Rice!! | Street Food at Home Ep. 3

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Street Food at Home - Nasi Goreng - Indonesian street food style fried rice recipe, with extra chili sambal and extra petai (stink beans) - this is one of my favorite types of fried rice in the world. #IndonesianFood #nasigoreng #streetfood

I’ve taken quite a few trips to Indonesia, and I love the people, the food, and the diversity of the islands. Back in 2016, my wife Ying and I spent a couple weeks in Jakarta, Indonesia. While I tried lots of amazing food, one of the stalls I loved, which was right below the condo where we were staying, served nasi goreng petai - stink beans fried rice. On some nights when we didn’t have other filming plans, I would go downstairs to get a plate, and it was perfect. Fried rice + stink beans - for me it’s about as comfort food as possible.

Ok, let’s get started on this Indonesian street food recipe, but remember that this recipe is very customizable, and the only real way to make it is to taste test it and make it they way you like it.

For the pickle:
2 cucumbers
½ large carrot
20 - 40 small birds eye chilies
2 - 3 tbsp sugar
2 - 3 tbsp white vinegar
½ tsp salt

For the sambal
5 - 20 hot chilies (in Thailand I used Karen chilies)
3 cloves garlic
1 small shallot
½ tsp salt

For the crispy shallots:
Shallots
Salt
Oil for frying

Emping (melinjo crackers) if you can get them, or shrimp crackers

200 grams - 300 grams - Day old rice
2 eggs per plate
2 stalks stink beans, or a handful
½ tsp pepper
½ tbsp soy sauce (to taste)
1 tbsp kecap manis (sweet dark soy sauce)

METHOD:

Chop and mix all the ingredients for the pickle. Adjust vinegar, sugar, and salt to taste. Let it sit, and the juices will start to come.

Peel the shallots, and slice finely. Mix in a bowl with salt, and massage as much of the shallot juice out as possible. They will fry more crispy the drier they are. Deep fry in oil for a few minutes until golden brown and crispy.

If you have emping or shrimp chips, quickly deep fry them.

Add some oil to your wok, heat, and fry a couple of eggs - set aside to drain.

For the nasi goreng, start with the fresh sambal. Pound chilies, garlic, shallots, and salt until coarse and the oils come out.

Add about 2 - 3 tbsp oil to your wok and wait for it to heat. Begin by frying the sambal curry paste you just pounded - fry until fragrant. Then add your stink beans and mix and fry for about a minute. Crack in an egg on the side, let it sizzle for a few seconds before scrambling it, and mixing it into the sambal mixture. When the egg is scrambled, add in your rice. Mix continuously on medium heat, making sure you really break apart each grain of rice. Season with soy sauce and kecap manis, and some pepper. Stir fry until each grain of rice is individual and coated in the soy sauces.

Serve on a plate, fried egg on top, crackers on the side, cucumber and tomato for garnish, and pickle on the side. Enjoy!

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Rich Brian Makes Nasi Goreng, Indonesia's National Dish

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Since 1959, The Legendary Fried Rice in Malang - Indonesia Street Food

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5 EASY INDONESIAN STREET FOOD Recipes at Home - Warung Style

Missing our travel days we want to bring you something we missed dearly - Indonesian Street Food. These are 5 simple recipes you can do at home and the only thing you need is access to your local groceries!

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Indonesian Street Food - CRAZY HALAL Street Food in Little Indonesia!! BEST MARTABAK + RENDANG!

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Welcome back to our series, Street Food Around the World in Taiwan. Today we are taking you to INDONESIA! Taiwan is home to many Indonesians, and with them they brought their culture and their amazing food!

We are starting our street food tour in “Little Indonesia”, which is a small neighbourhood outside of Taipei Main Station. Every Sunday, Indonesians gather here to socialize, relax and EAT! We first ordered Gado-gado (150 NTD / USD $5.07) which is an Indonesian salad with rice cakes, tempeh and is smothered in a spicy peanut sauce. We also ordered sate ayam (chicken sate) which was grilled over smoky coals and topped with a sate sauce and chilis (5 pieces - 200 NTD / USD $6.75) , and Teh Botol (30 NTD / USD $1.01) to wash it down . All of the vendors where extremely friendly.
To take home, we picked up a pack of kueh (small Indonesian cakes) that are stuffed with gula jawa (palm sugar) and covered in shredded coconut (50 NTD / USD $1.69), which are great to eat as a breakfast snack.
Later, we visit a modern Indonesian restaurant for a few different dishes. We ordered rendang daging (beef), ayam bumbu rujak (chili chicken), turmeric rice, and curry vegetables. The food was unfortunately missing a few key ingredients and spices that really make Indonesian food what it is. The true flavour was less reminiscent of Indonesian food, and more like Taiwanese food. The entire meal cost 890 NTD (USD $30.90), which we thought was slightly too expensive.

To end the day of eating amazing Indonesian food, we went to a local stall far in the south of Taipei to have Martabak Manis (sweet martabak). This martabak was made in the most authentic way. The batter was slightly undercooked, it was SMOTHERED in butter, chocolate, cheese and condensed milk. And of course, more butter on top (120 NTD / USD $4.05). This is one dessert we cannot stop eating whenever we are in Indonesia, and we are so happy to have found this hidden gem in Taiwan.

Restaurant Info:
1 - Little Indonesia (Gado-gado, Sate, Kueh)
Alley 12, Lane 8, Section 1, Zhongshan North Road, Zhongzheng District, Taipei
2 - Sate House (Rendang, Bumbu Rujak, etc…)
No. 15號, Leli Road, Da’an District, Taipei
3 - 元元月亮餅 Martabak Manis
No. 6號, Jingwen Street, Wenshan District, Taipei

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INDONESIAN STREET FOOD - Bukittinggi's BEST Street Food Guide! CRAZY Minang Food in West Sumatra!

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This is episode 2 of our Indonesian Street Food series. Today we will be showing you the culinary hotspot of Padang in West Sumatra: BUKITTINGGI! We are driving from Padang City, and will be making food stops along the way to sample some delicious Indonesian snacks! This Indonesian road trip was made possible with the help of Roni’s Tours.

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Our first stop of the day after Lembah Anai Waterfall was for Sate Padang. We ordered 3 different cuts of beef: lean muscle, heart, and intestine. It was cooked over charcoal and had a smoky aroma. It was served Padang style with a spicy sauce (Rp. 27.000 / USD $1.84 for 6 sticks). We also tried a traditional coconut rice dessert which are wrapped in banana leaves (Rp. 4000 / USD $0.27 each).

We continued toward Bukittinggi stopping for a traditional snack known as Bika. Bika are pastries made of rice flour, palm sugar and coconut, and banana. The cooking process involves placing the uncooked bika into a earthenware pot and then a bowl full of wood fire on top. These bika are SUPER delicious (Rp. 24.000 / USD $1.64 for 4 pieces).

Our next stop was in Bukkittingi. We visited an outdoor food market: Los Lambuang, which is known for Nasi Kapau. Nasi Kapau is similar to Nasi Padang in that the dishes served are Minangkabau. What makes them different is the serving style (to learn more about Nasi Padang, check out our previous episode). The stall we ordered from is called Uni Lis and we ordered Gulai Tambusu (intestines stuffed with egg + tofu served in curry), ayam rendang, dakak dakak (crunchy cassava cubes) as well as sambal (Rp. 48.000 / USD $3.28 per plate).

We went into the city centre to see Bukittinggi’s clocktower and city square. We ordered a soursop and dragonfruit smoothie (Rp. 10.000 / USD $0.68). Our next stop was Sianok Valley, which is a scenic canyon. The cliffs rise up to 150 meters! Our plan was to continue eating after taking in the valley’s views by drone, but we crashed the drone in a bamboo cluster above the cliffs. BIG thank you to Roni and Ujang (of Roni’s Tours) for finding it!

Since we spent all of our time finding the drone, our planned restaurants closed so we resorted to some street food style food! We found a man on the side of the road near Sianok Valley selling some DURIAN! It hits the spot when you are tired and hungry! (Rp. 15.000 / USD $1.02 each)

Stay tuned for the next episode. We will be heading DEEP into Harau Village to experience true Indonesian Kampung cooking! Subscribe and hit the bell icon. Set to “all notifications” so that you don’t miss an episode of our Indonesian series! Thanks for watching!

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Sate Padang at Sate Mak Syukur
Jalan Mohammad Syafei No.63, Ps. Baru, Kec. Padang Panjang Bar., Kota Padang Panjang

Bika at Bika Talago
Jalan Raya Padang Bukittinggi km 10,Kenagarian Koto Baru, Kecamatan, Kec. Sepuluh Koto, Kabupaten Tanah Datar

Nasi Kapau at Uni Lis
Jl. Pemuda Los Lambuang Wisata, Benteng Pasar Atas, Guguk Panjang, Bukittinggi

Sianok Valley
Jl. Panorama, Bukit Cangang Kayu Ramang, Kec. Guguk Panjang, Kabupaten Agam

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Thank you so much for watching! If you liked the video give us a thumbs up and let us know in the comments what YOU thought looked the most delicious. Make sure to subscribe because we have many more Indonesian food videos coming up. In the next episode we are leaving the city for a culinary hotspot in West Sumatra called Bukittinggi for more Minangkabau specialities. Stay tuned!

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Street Food in Peshawar - GOLDEN PULAO Mountain + Charsi Tikka Kabab + Pakistani Street Food Tour!

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You will fall in love with the street food in Peshawar as soon as you arrive! Today, we're starting out with an UNSEEN Pulao, found in downtown Peshawar in the old area where there is street food everywhere! Here, it was full of basmati rice and huge chunks of beef and huge beef bones with unbelievably delicious bone marrow!

After this, we're going Foodrangin' and finding some local street stalls before going to Nisar Charsi Tikka BBQ Mutton HEAVEN!

First, we found a local Pakistan street food served right on the street, the fruit chaat! It was a delicious fruit salad topped with a rose syrup! This was amazing, but what was even more delicious than this famous food in Pakistan is the Pizza naan we found next!

After tasting the fruit chaat, we walked down a local alley in Peshawar that was full of delicious Pakistani street food, like mutton kerahi (sometimes called Karhai) and fried street fish!

We found one of the most unique street foods in Pakistan, the Pizza naan! It was loaded with tomato, coriander, potato mash, and sliced potato! It was quite salty and was delicious!

After this, we made our way to Namak Mandi in Peshawar to visit the super famous and ultra unique Nisar Charsi Tikka! But first, we found a home cooked Pakistani street food, the Saag! Here, it was served with lassi and also Pakistani corn bread! It was so unique!

And for our final meal, we went to the WORLD FAMOUS Nisar Charsi Tikka! Here, we met the LEGEND himself, Mr. Nisar Charsi! Here, you can get huge BBQ kababs and also delicious Mutton Kerahi! It was so amazing to taste!!!

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Khrua Luang Then (ร้าน ครัวหลวงเทน) - During my trip to Southern Thailand, and specifically the southern Thai province of Phang Nga, one of the restaurants I was most looking forward to eating was Khrua Luang Then (ร้าน ครัวหลวงเทน) - it was a place I could feel I was going to love before going - just from the look of powerful spices in the dishes, and the laid-back environment. Turned out to be one of the best Thai food meals I’ve had in a long time, one of my new favorite restaurants in all of Thailand.

We arrived in the morning just as they opened, and already Chef was extremely friendly and welcoming. We ordered a bunch of dishes - and they have some unique southern Thai food dishes that you won’t find elsewhere - so I was extremely excited.

Here are the main dishes we ordered:

Sour curry sea catfish แกงส้มปลาดุกทะเล
Beef dry curry คั่วกลิ้นเนื้อ
Fried fish turmeric ปลาทอดขมิ้น
Black stingray curry ผัดเผ็ดปลากระเบนดำ
Red ant omelet ไข่เจียวมดแดง
Octopus pineapple โวยวายสับปะรด
Sea shells หอยชักตีน
Stir fried morning glory ผัดผักบุ้ง

Total price - 1,800 THB ($55.46)

Before eating, I had a chance to watch Chef as he masterfully cooked all the dishes. His insane skills and use of huge amounts of spice blew my taste buds before even starting to eat. He makes all his own curry pastes, and sources all his ingredients locally.

The food was absolutely insane, bold, spicy, tingly, and a sensation for the tongue. Mind blowing flavor, and strong to the max curries. I loved every bite, and the entire experience.

Khrua Luang Then (ร้าน ครัวหลวงเทน) is located in Khao Lak (เขาหลัก), Phang Nga province (พังงา) in southern Thailand. Khrua Luang Then (ร้าน ครัวหลวงเทน) is also featured in the Thailand Michelin Guide. Must eat if you are a spicy Thai food lover!

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Indonesian Street Food - Nasi Goreng, Fried Rice

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Today I’m cooking this Indonesian famous Nasi goreng, which is also very popular in Malaysia and Singapore. Even though Nasi Goreng means fried rice but it is much more different and flavourful than our local Chinese fried rice. Please watch this full video to see the difference.

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DELICIOUS Nasi Goreng & Mie Goreng - Indonesia Street Food in Korea

DELICIOUS Nasi Goreng & Mie Goreng - Indonesia Street Food in Korea

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So today, I went out to try 2 of the most popular foods from Indonesia, right here in Seoul. and I must say that, I didnt have any expectations whatsoever. But Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice) & Mie Goreng (Stir Fried Noodles) has made it to my list of Fortunate's Favorite Foreign Foods. :)
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Batagor (akronim dari bakso tahu goreng) (Aksara Sunda Baku: ᮘᮒᮍᮧᮁ) merupakan jajanan khas Bandung[1] yang mengadaptasi gaya Tionghoa-Indonesia dan kini sudah dikenal hampir di seluruh wilayah Indonesia.

Secara umum, batagor dibuat dari tahu yang dilembutkan dan diisi dengan adonan berbahan Ikan tenggiri[2] dan tepung tapioka lalu dibentuk menyerupai bola yang digoreng dalam minyak panas selama beberapa menit hingga matang. Variasi lainnya yaitu siomay, digoreng dan dihidangkan bersama batagor dan dikombinasikan dengan bumbu kacang, kecap manis, sambal, dan air perasan jeruk nipis sebagai pelengkap.
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Chicken Rice - Tasty Indonesian Chicken Rice at Malaysia Street Food

Chicken Rice - Tasty Indonesian Chicken Rice at Malaysia Street Food
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Hi! I'm Food Scoop!
I like nasi ayam penyet. Nasi ayam penyet is in Inodnesian. In English, it is called chicken rice. It is almost same with Malaysian chiecken rice but, Indonesian nasi ayam penyet is a little rich taste. Nasi ayam penyet means fried chicken & rice. Hainanese chicken rice means cooked rice with chicken soup & boiled chicken. Fried chicken taste is like Japanese. Simple taste. Fried tofu is also tasty & healthy. The most important point is sambal sauce that Indonesian spicy sauce. This is sour taste. Fried chicken, fried tofu & sambal have chemistry. This nasi ayam penyet is so good!
You must try nasi ayam penyet at Malaysia!

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