Although I have started my life as a person in the "real world", waking up before 10 am and limiting the number of venti americanos with soy milk I drink in a day, there are some parts of me that will never change. Avid fans of late night dining, netflix, and $2 wine, my roommate and I have become regulars at a local asian restaurant. This recipe - especially the delicious fried egg - provides me with the right dose of nostalgia for greasy goodness, but without the stomach ache. It is simply delicious - especially when you add a ton more garlic and whatever other fresh veggies you have around. —athaler11
garlic cloves, minced
nasi goreng paste
head of broccoli (3 cups), florets removed and separated
sugar snap peas, sliced
In This Recipe
In a large, hot wok, fry onion, garlic and ginger until fragrant
Add nasi goreng paste and fry for another minute
Add broccoli, sugar snap peas and cabbage and cook for 5 minutes
Add water and allow vegetables to cook until water has evaporated
Add cooked rice, soy, fish sauce and honey. Stir to combine.
Allow to cook for another 5 minutes, and serve with fried egg on top.
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