Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Local Nasi Goreng Kampung with Philips

With Malaysia Day just around the corner, time to hit the kitchen and start whipping up the local cuisines we Malaysians are so proud of. One particular popular meal is Nasi Goreng Kampung, a dish easily available at mamaks and restaurants almost everywhere but we all know that those are unhealthy especially when cooked with reused oil and super fried to the max! Using a Philips Pressure Cooker, you can serve up Nasi Goreng Kampung, the healthy way.

2 cups of Basmathi rice, washed and drained
1 large onion
2 cloves of garlic
2 tablespoon of dried prawns, soaked in hot water and drained
8 fresh red chillies, deseeded
5 bird’s eye chillies
2 cups of water
1 egg
1 ½ teaspoon of salt
1 tablespoon of olive oil

1. Place the onion, garlic, soaked dried prawns, red chillies and bird’s eye chillies into the Philips food processor.
2. Process the ingredients until coarsely chopped.
3. Place all the chopped ingredients into the Philips Pressure Cooker pot and add the rice.
4. Flavour with salt.
5. Pour in the water.
6. Press RICE and press START on the Philips Pressure Cooker with the vent pointing towards the middle which is for pressure cooking.
7. When the rice is cooked in 14 minutes, make a crater in the middle of the rice and break the egg in the middle.
8. Close back the lid and allow it to rest for a few minutes.
9. After 5 minutes, pour olive oil over the rice and stir the ingredients together. Serve.

This goes hand in hand with Chicken Tandoori (recipe coming soon!). Recipe credit to Chef Marina Mustafa and Philips Malaysia. 

The Philips Pressure Cooker and Philips Airfryer are available at RM649 and RM999 respectively at the Philips Brand Store at Publika Shopping Gallery, major electrical and departmental stores and on For further information, please visit or visit


Lydia Parke said...

I just tried this yummy recipe from your blog and it has come out really yummy!! :)
This is my first dish and I am quite happy with the outcome...
Thanks for sharing this easy recipe :)

Tania said...

HI Lydia
Glad to hear! It's really easy with the pressure cooker isn't it!