Nasi goreng jawa
|Place of origin||Indonesia|
|Region or state||Java|
|Associated national cuisine||Indonesia|
|Main ingredients||Fried rice with meats, vegetables, pickles, spices, sweet soy sauce, and sambal|
|Variations||Rich variations across the respective region|
Nasi goreng jawa (Indonesian for Javanese fried rice, Javanese: sega goreng jawa) is a Javanese-style of fried rice originated from Java. This dish can be found in Javanese cuisine and quite popular in Indonesia, especially Java. Commonly, this rice dish uses sambal ulek as seasoning and has a spicy taste.
- Nasi goreng babat from Semarang which is slightly brown in color with tripe as a side dish.
- Nasi goreng Solo (Central Java) which is pink in color with a side dish of cabbage and shredded free-range chicken.
- Nasi goreng Surabaya which is red-brown in color, the portion is large, slightly spicy with a side dish of sliced omelet and chicken.
- Nasi goreng kampung from Yogyakarta which is red in color with side dishes of beef eye eggs and free-range chicken.
- Fried rice
- Cuisine of Indonesia
- Nasi goreng
- Nasi goreng pattaya
- Nasi minyak
- Java Rice
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