what do you call "fried rice" in your country?

Indonesia
January 30, 2007 10:46pm CST
answer please
36 responses
@diansinta (7544)
• Indonesia
17 Feb 07
nasi goreng - nasi goreng sosis
we indonesian call it nasi goreng. Many kind nasi goreng in indonesia. such as nasi goreng ikan asin. mean fried rice with anchovy and nasi goreng special with srimp, vegetables sausage meat, balls and fried egg on the top with krupuk melinjo/ melinjo nut crispy.
• Malaysia
7 Jul 07
it's same goes to my country malaysia...we call it nasi goreng...we have a lot of type nasi goreng with different taste....i really like nasi goreng..it's my fav food..
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• Philippines
17 Feb 07
fried rice is when you re-cook a rice, a left-over rice to be exact. we cook it by putting flavor in it like garlic,fried egg,bacon, hotdog and other flavors. and it is so yummy. we love it here in the philippines.
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@biyping (183)
• Indonesia
17 Feb 07
do you have unique fried rice recipe in Philipine? can u share with us?
@goosal (158)
• Indonesia
18 Feb 08
in my language (javanese - Indonesian) call the fried rice is "sego goreng"
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@gbaben (509)
• Russian Federation
14 Mar 07
In Nigeria they call it Fried rice too
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• Philippines
4 Mar 07
We would call it "sinangag". Cant think of any words to say here. he he
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• India
17 Feb 07
we call it fried rice only..no other name..
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• United States
31 Jan 07
United States here and we call it fried rice.
• United States
12 May 07
It is re-cooked rice BUT FRIED in either oil (peanut, safflower or sesame) or saki and soy, or sugar, or lots of other vegetables but pan-fried in a very hot skillet. Here in the US, it is just fried rice, yummy !
• Indonesia
16 May 07
enak tenan
@anjrit (997)
• Indonesia
22 Mar 07
in my village,it was called "sega goreng",but in my country it called nasi goreng
@jalbeos (1176)
• Philippines
17 May 07
Insteresting!
@chiyosan (30197)
• Philippines
3 May 08
its called Sinangag in the philippines - cooked rice with only garlic and a few sprnkle of salt... for chinese : salted fried rice is called "kiam pung" yangchow fried rice is "cha pung" kiam means salty - its main ingredients is salted dried fish... i love this! cha meaning sauteed..
@hcpoirot (1562)
• Indonesia
1 May 08
In Indonesia, we called it Nasi Goreng. Usually you add scrambled egg with fresh sliced tomato and cucumbers, with fried onion at the top of the fried rice. YUMMY! For those who love hot food also can add slices of red chilli.
@musicdoG (227)
• United States
1 May 08
Fried rice
@ShepherdSpy (8548)
• Omagh, Northern Ireland
1 May 08
Here in Northern Ireland In a local Chinese takeaway,it's "Number 147"!
@chirantani (1379)
• India
1 May 08
Probably this name is universally accepted!! It is known as fried rice here too!!
• Philippines
1 May 08
sinangag in Filipino.Garlic rice in Jollibee
@jayalaksmi (1039)
• India
1 May 08
I am from india and in the state of orissa and in oriya language it is called "bhaja bhata".
@farmaz (112)
• Malaysia
30 Apr 08
Here in Malaysia we called it nasi goreng.There's varieties of it:- a)Nasi Goreng biasa - Normal fried rice b)Nasi Goreng Cina - Chinese Fried Rice c)Nasi Goreng Kampung - village style fried rice d)Nasi Goreng Ayam - Fried Rice with additional chicken e)Nasi Goreng Kambing - Fried rice with mutton f)Nasi Goreng pattaya - Fried Rice wrapped with egg g)nasi Goreng Ikan Masin - Fried Rice with Salted Fish h)nasi Goreng belacan - Traditional Malay Fried Rice i)Nasi Goreng Daging Merah - Fried Rice with Beef j)Nasi Goreng Cili Padi - Extra Spicy(Small Thai Chillies) Fried Rice I think that's about it.Will let you know if the Malaysian Chefs come out with something new in future.lol.take care
@skyblue (1299)
• India
30 Apr 08
I also called it "fried Rice" and nothing else
@2btrueinu (702)
• Philippines
30 Apr 08
We call it here sinangag.
@lkbooi (16075)
• Malaysia
30 Apr 08
Hi there, in my country, Malaysia we call fried rice as Nasi Goreng. Nasi means rice, goreng means fried. Fried rice is a popular food in my place and we could enjoy it at anytime. In my dialect we usually call fried rice, sa buoi. We are used to fry the leftover rice deliciously with various types of ingredients like shrimps, stirred eggs, green pea, carrot cubes, garlics, chili and other spices.
9 Apr 08
we are in the UK and it is fried rice here too