Okay , it's simply called fried rice ! But I find it much more delicious if I use that name ! lol
It's a favorite cuisine found in Indonesia , Malaysia and Singapore .
Of course , fried rice is quiet popular in the Philippines , too ! In Tagalog , it's called "sinangag" and we called it back home , "kalo-kalo" in Hiligaynon .
It's the national dish of Indonesia but according to wiki , there are several contenders ...
And it's listed in CNN GO as one of the world's most delicious food !
I couldn't agree more !
Original recipe and cook how-to @ The Complete Book of Asian Cooking
4 cups of day-old cooked rice
20 grams belacan / shrimp paste
100 grams cooked shrimp
100 grams cooked chicken breast , cut into pieces
3 small shallots , chopped
2 cloves garlic , smashed
1 small red chili , roughly chopped
1 tablespoon kecap manis / sweet soy sauce
a pinch of salt
some cilantro and fried shallots for garnish
1 fried egg
* Lightly toast the shrimp paste , then put it into the food processor ( or mortar and pestle ) together with the garlic , shallots and chili and process to a fine paste .
* Heat the wok , pour in some oil and add in the shrimp paste mixture ; fry until it gives off a rich and spicy aroma . Add in the rice , cook and mix well until ingredients are thoroughly combined , about 4 to 5 minutes ; add in the shrimp and chicken pieces , cook for another 2 minutes and add in the salt and sweet soy sauce , mix well and adjust seasoning . Give it a thorough stir . Dish up add some garnishing and serve hot .