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    This tastes best with day-old rice. A family favorite growing up. My grandmother used to make it using bacon. I substitute turkey bacon or chicken since I no longer eat pork. The turkey bacon tastes the same and is better for you. We always served strips of fried egg over the top, but this is optional. Remember, if the nasi goreng not spicy enough for you at the end, add more sambal to your plate until your nose runs sufficiently.

    Recipe #240391

    My grandmother was born in Indonesia and growing up we awaited the next time she would make Bami Goreng- "Fried Noodles." She made it with pork, but since I no longer eat pork I substitute chicken here. This is the basic version. You can add any vegetable you like. I add tiny frozen peas and carrots for color, or red or yellow bell pepper thinly sliced using a mandolin.

    Recipe #240380

    My grandmother (see profile) was born in Indonesia and we grew up on recipes that we thought noone else in America ate at their dinner table. Well, now you can eat this dish which I have transliterated as "Smoor." I have no idea what it means, but I eat it! For some reason my grandmother always served it with bread and butter pickles. As kids we poured a little pickle juice on top of the "smoor", but this is probably just a family quirk. We also eat this with "kroepoek" (fried pulverized prawn chips).

    Recipe #240378

    My grandmother made this rarely, but it was always a treat. There are more involved recipes out there (and probably more authentic) but this is simple and gets the job done.) Serve it with peanut sauce. You can get it at an Asian store, there is a solid form that cooks down into a sauce as well.

    Recipe #240329

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