Nasi Goreng Spice Mix Standard Jar 57g

Steenbergs Nasi Goreng is Steenbergs version of the spices used to make this classic dish from south east Asia.  Steenbergs Nasi Goreng enables you to create your own version of this popular Indonesian/Singaporean/Malaysian dish at home. Nasi Go...

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  • Flavours: Hot
  • Cuisines: Asian
  • Ingredient features: Vegan

Nasi Goreng Spice Mix Standard Jar 57g details and description

Steenbergs Nasi Goreng is Steenbergs version of the spices used to make this classic dish from south east Asia.  Steenbergs Nasi Goreng enables you to create your own version of this popular Indonesian/Singaporean/Malaysian dish at home. Nasi Goreng literally means fried rice and you can add to the rice any ingredients that you would like - vegetables, chicken, fish, eggs and prawns.  Nasi Goreng is like a paella but with the spicy kick and heat that you would expect from street food from South East Asia - just delicious and a truly great way to use that boiled rice that you left in the fridge and didn't quite know what to do with.

Just use some of Steenbergs nasi goreng mix to this fried dish to give it a delicious South East Asian flavour kick.  It can be eaten at any time of day or night and is often a breakfast dish in South East Asia. Now with amchur (mango powder) in it.  Steenbergs Nasi Goreng is suitable for vegetarian, vegan and is gluten free.

Ingredients for Steenbergs Nasi Goreng Spice Mix - crushed red hot chilli peppers , chilli powder , salt (16%), cane sugar (13%), garlic powder , galangal , ginger powder , amchur powder.

Have your tried...?

adding some nasi goreng to pre-cooked rice to add a spicy kick - a superb way to use up that bowl of rice that is left in the fridge as yet again we have cooked too much!

More recipe ideas from our spice taster panel:

  • Perfect in rice dishes and a great way to use up leftover rice;
  • Mixed with sunflower oil and used as a rub for chicken or corn-on-the cob;
  • Mix with lemon extract for a tasty chicken marinade
  • On potato wedges;
  • To give a kick to salad
  • Use in special fried rice with vegetables and quorn chunks
  • In the cooking of Scotch Eggs
  • ...and even on cheese on toast.