Prawn Nasi Goreng – 6sp

Nasi Goreng literally translates as ‘fried rice’ in Indonesia. This delightful dish is a great option if you are looking for something really straight forward, quick and tasty. I’ve just used a shop bought paste here as it’s not too many points and is a lovely flavour. I haven’t added any extra chilli as it already has a nice kick but you can always add some crushed chillies at the end if you like things really hot! I will also be posting a recipe with my own paste but since lots of you are asking for this recipe to make this week, I thought I best not keep you all waiting! I got my paste in Tesco but I know lots of other supermarkets do their own version too.

If you don’t like prawns, you could also make this dish using cooked and shredded chicken breast (or even raw chicken breast, but make sure you cook this through at the start before you do anything else). If you want to bulk it out even further, you can add some shredded spinach with the coriander.

It may seem like a small portion of rice below but because of all the veggies, you get a decent and filling portion. Add a little extra rice if you are worried but be sure to add the extra Smart Points.

Prawn Nasi Goreng

Serves 2 = 6sp per serving (Flex)

Ingredients

80g basmati rice, dried

1 onion, peeled and finely chopped

2 cloves of garlic, peeled and finely minced

100g Nasi Goreng paste (I got mine in Tesco)

100ml water

300g cooked or raw king prawns

2 tbsp dark soy sauce

1 large carrot, grated

2 spring onions, finely sliced

Handful of fresh coriander, roughly chopped

1 lime

2 eggs

Method

Cook the rice according to the packet instructions, then drain and pop to one side.

While the rice is cooking, pop a large frying pan onto a medium heat, spray with 1kal and add the onions. Fry for 5-6 minutes until they start to soften (add a little water if the pan gets dry).

Add the garlic and fry for another minute then add the paste, soy and the water to the pan. Combine everything together and bring to a simmer.

Add the prawns and either cook through if raw or warm through if already cooked. Then add the cooked rice to the pan and coat well in the paste/prawn mixture.  Add the grated carrot and most of the coriander and spring onions to the pan (reserve a bit of both to garnish at the end) and fry for another 5 minutes until the carrot softens a little.

Remove from the heat and squeeze in the juice of 1 lime. Stir to combine.

In another small frying pan, spray with 1kal and fry the eggs to your liking. I like them a little runny. Season with salt and pepper.

Finally, pop the Nasi Goreng into 2 bowls, top each with a fried egg and finish with a sprinkle of spring onion and fresh coriander.

Enjoy!

 

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7 thoughts on “Prawn Nasi Goreng – 6sp

  1. Stacey Constable says:

    I substituted the prawn with chicken breast and we all loved it. Will definitely be making this again. Thank you x

  2. Claire says:

    I used leftover pork, some prawns, crabsticks, leeks, and I used 2 x packet rice so was extra quick plus that’s all I had. Got 2 large portions and 2 portions to take to work tomorrow. Very tasty!

  3. Sam Omurca says:

    The first of your reicpes I’ve tried and it was delicious – one of those meals to eat slowly and savour. I added extra onion and granted carrot to bulk it out.

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