Nasi goreng pattaya

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Nasi goreng pattaya
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A dish of Nasi goreng pattaya in Nilai, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia
Type Dish
Place of origin Malaysia
Region or state Kelantan
Creator Malay people
Main ingredients Rice, egg, chicken, chili sauce, cucumber
Cookbook:Nasi goreng pattaya  Nasi goreng pattaya

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.[citation needed]

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.


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