From the kitchen of Jaime Barkwell.  This Indonesian dish is
popular in Southeast Asia. Some of the ingredients can be hard
to find in the U.S.  I get them when I go to Holland.  Stephanie
buys them at
Peters Imports.com.

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Bami Goreng
Make 1 1/2 c white rice OR use 2 1/2 to 3 c precooked.
Allow rice to cool after its done.

Cut about
2 chicken breasts into small pieces.
Place in a bowl:
chicken pieces
salt & pepper
2-3 cloves crushed garlic
Coat with ketjap manis.
Place bowl in fridge.

Pour
1 package of Nasi Goreng spices into another bowl.
Cover with
boiling water & let sit at least 10 minutes.

Chop:
1/2 green or red pepper, or mix of both
1 small onion
celery leaves
(I usually use all the leaves off 1 small bunch)
Add:
2-3 cloves crushed garlic
Salt & pepper
In a large frying pan:
olive oil
the veggies
Sauté until veggies soften.
Put into a bowl.

In same frying pan:
chicken pieces
more oil if needed
Thoroughly cook chicken.
Add Nasi spices from bowl.
Add sautéd veggies.
Add cooled rice.
Stir all together.
Cook for a few minutes.
Season with ketjup manis.

Serve with:
  • Ketjap manis drizzled on top
  • Egg on top or mixed through (scrambled or fried)
  • Tomato cucumber salad (mayo, apple cider vinegar, salt,
    pepper & sugar)
  • Peanut sauce (if desired)
"People may forget what you said or did, but
they'll never forget how you made them feel."
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