Sunday, July 23, 2017


Lontong Goreng aka Fried Rice Cake Recipe @

This was made with lontong (rice cake) and flavored with blended chili, onion, sauces and chicken.

A versatile dish, it can adapted to suit your preference.  For instance the add in of vegetables can be bean sprouts,  mustard green, cabbage  or bok choy.   You can opt for prawn of minced meat instead of chicken..

Lontong Goreng is suitable to serve as breakfast or for lunch as well.  Nowadays lontong was readily available from supermarket 24/7 .

Adjust the sauces and  chili paste  to season the Lontong Goreng the way you like it.  For those who can't get hold of rice cake at you place, replace it with cooked noodle or spaghetti.

Other breakfast recipes  to check out: :

Microwave Bread Pudding
Egg Free French Toast
Roti John (Asian French Toast)
Bread Paratha

Lontong Goreng aka Fried Rice Cake Recipe @
Serves  :   5-6

500 g lontong (rice cake) cubed
2-3  tablespoon  chili paste
1 onion chopped
3 cloves garlic
1/2 tsp ginger paste
250 g  chicken boneless cubed
1 tomato chopped
2  tablespoon  tomato sauce
1  tablespoon  sweet soy sauce
1  tablespoon  oyster sauce
2  eggs beat lightly
3  tablespoon  cooking oil
1 cup bean sprout or cabbage finely sliced
Fried onion for garnish


* Heat oil, fry onion, garlic and ginger until fragrant. Add blended chili, tomato, salt and the sauces, stir for 2 minutes.

* Add the chicken and fry until chicken is cooked. Add the cubed rice cake.

* Push ingredients to the side of pan, add more oil if needed, pour the eggs into the middle and let eggs cook.

* Mix with the other ingredients, stir well. Remove from heat.

* Garnish with  fried onion at the time of service.

Lontong Goreng aka Fried Rice Cake Recipe @

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Katerina said...

This dish looks so delicious and packed with flavors!

Motions and Emotions said...

looks good

Jess said...

YUM! I love fried rice!

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Julie said...

very new recipe to me,looks delish ..

Shubhangi Kumbhar said...

It looks delicious!

Teresa B said...

I'd never heard of this before. Those rice cake cubes are store bought or do can make them yourself? Because I've never seen them in supermarkets in Portugal and I would like to thy this.
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Indah Nuria Savitri said...

This looks yuuum! I should try it at home..

A Crafty Mix said...

It sounds so delicious, I'd love to try it sometime. We get quite a few varieties of rice cakes here in South Africa, do you think anyone of them will work?