Nasi goreng pattaya
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|Nasi goreng pattaya|
|Place of origin||Malaysia|
|Region or state||Kelantan|
|Main ingredients||Rice, egg, chicken, chili sauce, cucumber|
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Nasi goreng pattaya, or simply nasi pattaya, is a Malaysian dish made by covering or wrapping chicken fried rice, in fried egg. It is often served with chili sauce, cucumber, and/or keropok. The name comes from Pattaya, Thailand.
In Indonesia this kind of nasi goreng is called nasi goreng amplop (enveloped fried rice), since the nasi goreng is enveloped within a pocket of thin omelette. A similar dish exists in Japan, and is called Omuraisu (from the English words omelette (Omuretsu) and rice). It is a fried ketchup-flavored rice sandwiched with a thinly spread beaten egg or covered with a plain egg omelette.
Indonesian version of nasi pattaya, found in Pekanbaru.
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