Monday, July 19, 2010

Nasi Goreng Itik Istimewa, Special Malaysian Duck Fried Rice "Malaysian Monday 4"



Day 4 of my duck dinner - I was craving for rice after days without it and a Malaysian style fried rice seemed like a very good idea since Malaysian Monday was coming up next. Every family in Malaysia has a version of Nasi goreng (Malay and Indonesian for fried rice) and this is one that I know and love best. Like any style of fried rice, use whatever leftover ingredients you may find for the recipe but follow the seasonings used. It has been a real pain without my laptop but I had prepared a few scheduled posts ready for the next few days. I will spend a little time every night (when the computer is available) to reply and answer any question. Can't wait to be able to visit all my favourite blogs soon! Happy birthday to J if you are reading this, left you a message too.
P.S Don't forget to join me and Shaz for our blog event - "Muhibbah Malaysian Monday"



recipe per serve
you'll need;
1 - 1.5 cups of cooked rice, cooled or leftover rice
2 garlic cloves, chopped
1 duck breast* cubed
a handful of green beans, diced
1/2 a red capsicum, diced
a handful of bean sprouts, topped and tailed
1 spring onion, chopped
1 tbs of sweet soy (kecap manis)
1 tbs of light soy
1 tbs of oyster sauce
1.5 tbs of sambal tumis**
spring onion and chili julienne for garnish
fried egg to serve
*Pan fry duck skin side down for 2 minutes then another minute on the other side. Drain off fat and place in the preheated oven at 180C for a further 6 to 7 minutes. Rest before slicing.
**If you do not have sambal tumis - pound 2 garlic cloves, 1 shallot and 3 bird chillies and 1tsp of toasted shrimp paste into a fine paste.



Prepare the ingredients.



Saute garlic for a few seconds follow by green beans and rice. Fry on high heat for 2 minutes.



Add seasonings and continue to cook for a minute.



Add duck, spring onion and capsicum and continue to cook for 2 minutes. Finally add in the bean sprouts and mix through.


Serve immediately with a fried egg and garnish with spring onion and chili julienne and crispy shallots.


















My favourite bit is of course to mix the runny egg yoke into the fried rice.

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34 comments:

  1. Wah, this is betul-betul istimewa-lah! Duck meat fried rice.... it must be so pricy if eating out! Take some teh-tarik after this! hehe.... Enjoy your day, guys.
    Cheers, Kristy

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  2. Gosh, this is real special, NEVER thought of using duck meat for fried rice, mahal! Can sure count on you to put on your thinking cap!
    I just posted a soup, will go well with your rice and Shaz's kuih sarang semut is dessert!

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  3. It is indeed very special with a whole duck breast, the perfectly cooked egg and all the delicious toppings! It looks fabulous too!

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  4. Looks really delicious da...tempting pics...!

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  5. Oh nasi goreng with duck! Sedap! Is that correct? :)

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  6. Harriet from CarltonJuly 19, 2010 at 4:22 PM

    That is a very luxurious fried rice :) The extra toppings are just great!

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  7. Great recipes with duck for the last few days! I still have some sambal tumis left, might try this with prawns when I have leftover rice next! Can't wait to see all the MMM entries!

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  8. This must be a very expensive plate of fried rice :) Love the perfectly cooked egg on top! Come by to use the computer anytime you want.

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  9. so it seems you have looted a big village with ducks... kidding... I can see a lot of duck recipes so just commented on it.

    The recipe is rick in colour, taste and ofcourse money.

    ;)

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  10. satu lagi resepi itik yang pastinya masuk list makcik ni:)

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  11. 鴨炒飯加蛋,好料極了! 還加了辣料炒一定很香哦!

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  12. Now I'm craving fried rice!

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  13. Slurppp, mouthwatering here..

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  14. Oh my, we never had nasi goreng this fancy at our place! :) Happy Malaysian Monday, and hope the laptop woes will be over soon.

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  15. I have yet to cook duck. This is not good to look at cos im starving. I need duck. so delicious! malaysian monday sounds good ..maybe the next time ;)

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  16. I know what to do with my peking duck carcass next time. I shall make fried rice!

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  17. Mmmmm, I'm craving duck for so long!
    Great looking dish and pics! :)
    Yummy!
    B xx

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  18. I am so hungry right now and this looks fabulous!!!

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  19. Wow!!! Looks awesome and delicious. Feel like eating some.

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  20. duck fried rice sounds super good!!! i like this muhibbah monday theme...in the spirit of 1malaysia i bet?! :)

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  21. Fried Duck Rice!! Really interesting. I am sure it taste wonderful...Yums

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  22. Hey tummies ! How are you guys ? just got back after the vacation and I'm sorry that I missed a lot of treats from you...This looks wonderful as ever...

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  23. Fried rice one of my favorites! Of course you'd have duck fried rice...that's what you have leftover all these duck dishes! Yummy! This takes fried rice to the next level! (I did see sweet soy sauce in the market)

    Hope you get your laptop soon!

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  24. Wow, what a beautiful rice dish, love the idea of the fried egg on top...yummie!

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  25. Wow I have never had nasi goreng with duck before. I want some fried rice with an egg for lunch!

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  26. OMG! This duck dish looks so good! The picture says it all.

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  27. Selera terpanggil tengok nasi tu....yumyumyumm

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  28. Fried rice with duck is a first for me. Can't wait to try it out!

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  29. first time here... looks really good.

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  30. great looking fried rice with the egg and toppings!

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  31. Malaysian style duck fried rice, hmm... so inviting! Must go well with icy cold beer :)

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  32. OMG I have to buy more duck! Looks so good esp with the oozy egg yolk!

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  33. Looks good - esp w. the egg on top!

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