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Today we travel to Bali to enjoy one of the most famous street food recipes, the nasi goreng.
The nasi goreng is a recipe easy to cook and very nutritious of spicy fried rice, to which often very diverse ingredients are added as prawns, chicken or vegetables.
300 g of Montsià Basmati Rice
300 g of chicken breast
1 fat onion
1 green bell pepper
1 red bell pepper
1 natural yogurt
4 tablespoons of sunflower oil
2 tablespoons of sesame oil
1 tablespoon of red curry
1 clove of garlic
Cut the vegetables and the chicken into long pieces of similar size.
Once the ingredients are prepared, lightly fry the onion and the bell pepper in a pan with a little sunflower oil.
When the onion and bell pepper are soft, add the chicken cut into strips along with the vegetables and cook until golden brown.
Once it starts to take color, add the red curry paste and the yogurt, mix well and let the aromas impregnate all the ingredients.
Boil the rice in a separate pan and drain well.
Sauté the rice in a paella pan.
Add the fried rice to the paella where there are the other ingredients and sauté it until everything is very integrated.
Optionally, you can also add a fried egg and serve it on top of the nasi goreng.
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