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Nasi Goreng Tradisional

  • Easy

Serve: 5 Person

Chef Youngkie Kwok’s fried rice from home made it as best seller in Velvet Hypn@tized, Beachwalk, Kuta

  • 5 plate rice
  • 10 prawns, diced
  • 5 eggs, beaten
  • 2 keffir lime leaves
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 3 tablespoon oil

Spice Paste

  • ½ handful toasted dried shrimp
  • 8 red chilies
  • 6 shallots
  • 10 garlic
  • ½ thumbsize greater galangal
  • ½ thumbsize lesser galangal
  • 1 lemongrass stalk
  • 3 toasted candlenut

Nasi goreng with shrimp taste served with fried chicken lemongrass, satai lilit, egg with fresh tomato and cucumber at Velvet Hypn@tized, Beachwalk, Kuta, Bali.


  1. Heat oil, add in spice paste and sauté until its aroma is released
  2. Add in egg and prawn, mix well until prawn changes color
  3. Add in rice, and toss well
  4. Remove from heat and serve with ayam goreng lengkuas, satai lilit and sunny side-up
Youngkie Kwok

Cooking was simply a hobby that I had no intention of turning into a profession, when I was in Bandung. After living in the United States and becoming a sushi chef there, I am now in Bali introducing my mother’s simple recipe to guests of Velvet Hypn@tized, Kuta, Bali. This recipe has been tested at Youngkie's own kitchen. He is Executive Chef, Velvet Hypn@tized, Beachwalk, Kuta, Bali.


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