Kampung Fried Rice (Nasi goreng kampung)

Hi guys

Sorry it has been a long time since I posted any new recipes, but I just started working part time, and it has been really busy. I have had to pump every morning and night, combined with looking after my son in the day time, I have hardly had time to exercise.

Nonetheless, I have been cooking and I have two other recipes I am keen to share. I have the pictures up, but the actual recipe is not with me at the moment so I cant write it down.

Today will be a simple recipe I have not cooked for a long time. I used to cook this almost everyday when I was pregnant with my first child. It is simple, and the ingredients are easy to get if you lived in Malaysia.


2 cups cooked rice

1 tablespoon oil for frying

1 cup of dried anchovies (ikan bilis)

1 large onion

1/4 teaspoon salt

6 bird’s eye chilli (more if you prefer it spicy)

2 eggs

How to

Cook 2 cup of rice (Best to use rice cooked the night before)

Take half a cup of dried anchovies and fry till almost cooked, as below. Add a pinch of salt while cooking it.


Pound the other half cup of ikan bilis/anchovies, onion, salt and bird’s eye chilli until nice and pounded 😛


Heat oil in a pan and fry the pounded paste until fragrant

Part the fried paste in the middle

Break the eggs in the middle as per picture



Once egg is almost cooked, add rice and mix everything together

Cook until everything is nice and hot


Done 🙂


Don’t forget to leave a comment if you do try the recipe


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