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the breakfast menu: Nasi goreng and sausage a la Mii


a perfect day should start up with a perfect breakfast, and like other regular Indonesian i’d love to start it with succulent hot rice, they we’re really made for this tummy.

a perfect nasi goreng (indonesian style fried rice) should be succulent, not soggy, not dry, taste, smell and looking good. But since this one i made during the limited supporting ingredient and supposed to feed a total of 11 peoples, so i made this one with a lot of alteration (like always). and here’s the recipes

Nasi goreng


4 cups cooked rice (leftover is better)

1 onion chopped

1/2 green paprika cut small

1/2 cup meat balls halves

2 tsp margarine

2 tsp chili powder

2 tsp crushed black pepper

2 tbs chili sauce or more for a spicier one

2 tbs sweet soy sauce

2 tbs soy sauce

1 tbs instant beef stock

sugar, salt, and pepper to taste

how to cook:

Heat a non stick pan over a medium high heat, saute onion, paprika and meat balls with margarine until tender and aromatic. pour the sweet soy sauce, sweet soy sauce, chili sauce, beef stock and stir. Pour the cooked rice and stir it vigorously until well blend. season and taste. Enjoy while still hot. best served with kerupuk udang, chips, omelet, sausage, or fried shallot.

and for complimentary to the Nasi goreng i add a stir fry sausage with herb (just sausage, margarine, dried basil and oregano, salt, sugar, and pepper)


i got confused in between this picture and this…so i upload both 😛


Happy cooking and g’luck!

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for Now i’m an enthusiast customer, a sweet reviewer, a cook lover, a recipe maker, a fancy hijab style-er (not really a stylist), a creative post-er, a frugal buyer, a seeking-for-eternal-love lover, an intimate craft-er, a crazy knowledge finder, a food picture taker (not yet a photographer), a seasonal traveler, a friend seeker, a mall go-er, an ice cream artisan and an entrepreneur.

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