{Nasi Goreng Dok Dok / Indonesian Style Street Vendor Fried Rice *

October 14, 2010

Nasi Goreng dok dok

Nasi goreng dok dok is typical street vendor food I always fancy, its tasty, easy and comfortable
You might wondering what is nasi goreng dok dok, Its Indonesian street vendor fried rice which the seller move around by carrying the push cart
Why dok dok…?
Its actually a sounds comes from traditionally made of bamboo instrument and the vendor must beat it against a different wooden stick, to me, its unique sign as they are passing through the neighbourhood
Generally the vendor starts their drooling dish after sunset up to midnight by the fact it could be after midnight too

This time I do my own versions of nasi goreng dok dok, instead of using slice fried chicken, I used slice fish ball, somehow it’s keeps me desire 

Nasi goreng dok dok


A bowl cooked rice
Your desire vegetables, slice (I used Chinese cabbage, cabbage, coy sum and bean sprouts)
Fish ball thinly slice (you can used fried chicken, slices)
1 tbs fish sauce
1 tbs soy sauce
3 shallots
2 cloves garlic
1 or 2 chilli
Salt and white pepper
Oil for frying

Roughly grind the chili, shallots and garlic, keep aside
Heat the oil in a wok over high heat, add the paste and stir until aromatic
Add the fish ball slices or chicken slices and then followed by adding cooked rice
Add the various vegetable and then seasons with fish sauce, soy sauce. Salt and pepper
Give it all a vigorously stir until the ingredients are well combine
Once its looks just right cooked and the sauces are dissolved well, removed from the fire
Serve immediately on the serving plate

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