Rich Brian Makes Nasi Goreng, Indonesia’s National Dish

Food & Drink
We visit Bali Kitchen in the East Village with Indonesian rapper Rich Brian to see how Indonesia’s national dish is made, how best to eat it and why it’s culturally significant. Nasi goreng is made with a thick, sweet Indonesian soy sauce called kecap (pronounced ketchup)—a key ingredient in Indonesian cuisine—and garnished with pickled cucumber, carrots and topped off with a fried egg.

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Rich Brian Makes Nasi Goreng, Indonesia’s National Dish

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