Nassi Goreng

by | Dec 2020

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prep - 5 mins

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Cook - 15 mins

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Servings - 1

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This incredible Asian dish is one that has gotten me through 2 trips around Asia with a very full stomach, incredibly tasty and one to enjoy if you love Asian inspired dishes!

Macros per serving:

Cals: 587kcal
Protein: 55g
Carbs: 55.4g
Fat: 15g

Ingredients

100g Cooked Chicken Breast (133g Raw)
50g Large Cooked Skinless Frozen Prawns
125g Cooked Basmati Rice
1 Medium Carrot
100g Tenderstem Broccoli
50g Mixed Sliced Peppers
1 Large Egg
½ tbsp Fish Sauce
1 tbsp Kecap Manis (alternative: Lee Kum Kee Sweet Soy Sauce)
1 tbsp Soy Sauce
1 tsp Minced Garlic
1 tsp Ginger
½ Lime

Method

Quick Notes:
Kecap Manis/Ketjap Manis is an Asian/ Indonesian Soy Sauce, in replacement you can use soy sauce if this isn’t available, but you can pick this up or something similar in most supermarkets or Asian supermarkets…its worth the trip 😉

This recipe requires cooked rice, Microwave rice works (if you don’t have cooked rice, step one is to cook rice)


1) In a pan, spray some cooking spray and add your chicken with basic seasonings (Pepper and Salt. Chilli flakes if you like your food extra spicy)

2) When chicken is cooked remove from pan and weigh out your serving of cooked chicken, any extra can be saved as meal prepped chicken.

3) To the pan add your Frozen Prawns and begin cooking with your Veg and Peppers (Tip, microwave broccoli for 1 min to speed things up beforehand). Cook through and when done add your chicken back into the pan with the rice.

4) Now add all your spices and flavourings to the pan and mix thoroughly, making sure to cover all ingredients.

*At this point you may need to add a dash of water to the pan and get all the extra flavour off the bottom. The extra dash of water also helps to create a little more of a sauce from the flavourings and helps cover the food*

5) Remove from pan and plate up. If you want to mould the rice authentically like they do in Indonesia, it actually increases the flavour by 3 points.

6) Finally Fry your egg in the pan and Place on top of your rice, with a wedge of Lime on the side

And there you have it! a healthy goal friendly version of Indonesias Nasi Goreng

Nassi Goreng

by | Dec 2020

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prep time - 5 mins

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Cooking time - 15 mins

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Servings - 1

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This incredible Asian dish is one that has gotten me through 2 trips around Asia with a very full stomach, incredibly tasty and one to enjoy if you love Asian inspired dishes!

Macros per serving:

Calories: 587kcal
Protein: 55g
Fat: 15g
Carbohydrates: 55.4g

Ingredients

100g Cooked Chicken Breast (133g Raw)
50g Large Cooked Skinless Frozen Prawns
125g Cooked Basmati Rice
1 Medium Carrot
100g Tenderstem Broccoli
50g Mixed Sliced Peppers
1 Large Egg
½ tbsp Fish Sauce
1 tbsp Kecap Manis (alternative: Lee Kum Kee Sweet Soy Sauce)
1 tbsp Soy Sauce
1 tsp Minced Garlic
1 tsp Ginger
½ Lime

Method

Quick Notes:
Kecap Manis/Ketjap Manis is an Asian/ Indonesian Soy Sauce, in replacement you can use soy sauce if this isn’t available, but you can pick this up or something similar in most supermarkets or Asian supermarkets…its worth the trip 😉

This recipe requires cooked rice, Microwave rice works (if you don’t have cooked rice, step one is to cook rice)


1) In a pan, spray some cooking spray and add your chicken with basic seasonings (Pepper and Salt. Chilli flakes if you like your food extra spicy)

2) When chicken is cooked remove from pan and weigh out your serving of cooked chicken, any extra can be saved as meal prepped chicken.

3) To the pan add your Frozen Prawns and begin cooking with your Veg and Peppers (Tip, microwave broccoli for 1 min to speed things up beforehand). Cook through and when done add your chicken back into the pan with the rice.

4) Now add all your spices and flavourings to the pan and mix thoroughly, making sure to cover all ingredients.

*At this point you may need to add a dash of water to the pan and get all the extra flavour off the bottom. The extra dash of water also helps to create a little more of a sauce from the flavourings and helps cover the food*

5) Remove from pan and plate up. If you want to mould the rice authentically like they do in Indonesia, it actually increases the flavour by 3 points.

6) Finally Fry your egg in the pan and Place on top of your rice, with a wedge of Lime on the side

And there you have it! a healthy goal friendly version of Indonesias Nasi Goreng

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