In addition to the recipe for nasi goreng, we now also have the authentic recipe for bami goreng! And the use of rice (nasi) or noodle (bami) is not the only difference. This recipe, that Rychell shared with us, is with pak choy and pink shrimp. The short preparation time makes it perfect for weekdays, but also for weekend days when you don't feel like spending hours in the kitchen. Success is guaranteed when you combine it with this peanut sauce and satay babi.
Step 1. Boil the noodles
Cook the egg noodles according to the package. Note: don't cook it too soft, because you're going to stir-fry it.
Add soy sauce when the noodles have drained. Set aside.
Step 2. Make the bami goreng
Finely chop the garlic and chop the white onion. Then finely chop the celery and cut the pak choi into coarse pieces.
Heat a large wok pan, add oil and fry the onions and garlic. Then add the prawns and fry them.
Break the eggs and stir well into the mixture in the pan, so that visible pieces of egg are formed (similar to scrambled eggs).
Then add the noodles, pak choi and celery. Season with salt and white pepper. Add a little more soy sauce if you want. Mix everything well and keep tasting until it's done.
Salamat makan! ('Enjoy your meal!')
Rychell has both Indonesian and Antillean roots. These food cultures are more similar than you might initially think. Rychell tells you more about it.
250 grams egg noodles
2 tbsp soy sauce
1 large white onion
2 cloves of garlic
100 grams of pink shrimps
1 small pak choi
15 grams celery
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