Indonesian stir-fried rice

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  • Serves


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    • Ready in

      35 min

Appears in
The Part-Time Vegetarian: Flexible Recipes to Go (Nearly) Meat-Free

By Nicola Graimes

Published 2015

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Based on the classic Indonesian breakfast, nasi goreng, this thrifty, complete meal is a great way of using up leftover rice from the night before. If you don’t have kecap manis, the Indonesian sweet soy sauce, stir 1 heaped teaspoon soft brown sugar into dark soy sauce instead. For an even speedier meal, use 4 tablespoons crunchy peanut butter instead of the home-made peanut paste. It works well with pork, too.