(Sometimes spelled Nasi.) My understanding is that this is simply Indonesian for fried rice, so of course there are actually many versions. This is a Dutch version I've had for ages. Chicken can be substituted for the pork. For the baby shrimp, you can use salad shrimp from the fish counter at the grocery store--just don't leave on heat very long, since it's already cooked. Cooking time assumes starting with already cooked rice; cooking time isn't really "passive" since you have to keep an eye on it and stir a lot. You can substitute cooked Asian noodles for the rice and you'll have Bahmi Goreng.