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  • Hello, everyone and welcome to the third episode of cooking, with Marshmello.

  • We've got one of our favorite dishes on the menu today, we'll be cooking up "nasi goreng", also known as Indonesian fried rice

  • * Indonesian Music "Eta Terangkanlah"*

  • The editor rankine lardons to put us in the right spirit

  • Now there are many different, ways to prepare nasi goreng but, we'll be using one green onion

  • Thinly, sliced some chilies thinly sliced one cup of jasmine rice one cup of frozen peas

  • one egg, and

  • Sweet soy sauce

  • now that we've covered our Ingredients,

  • Let's begin to start the process we'll need to cook our rice in a large saucepan of boiling water until

  • The rice is nice and tender now let's add in the peas, we stir-fry them for two to three minutes until they're bright green

  • Let's get them all in there please

  • All right now Marshmello. Go ahead and toss in the sliced onion and chillies and stir for one minute until they're nice and soft

  • Kind of like you, Marshmello

  • Very, well now drizzle in some soy sauce to add flavor now

  • Add our peanut oil to the pan swell it up a bit to get things nice and saucy please remove this

  • And put it into a bowl

  • Quickly, while our pan is still hot grab an egg, so we can add the finishing touch. Always crackling a smile, I see

  • Excellent I think the egg is ready please add it to the top of the, bowl to finish off this dish

  • Wow! Marshmello, I think this may be our best creation yet!

  • Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

  • *More Indonesian Music "Eta Terangkanlah" *

  • "Om Telolet Om!" That looks delicious.

  • Silly, Marshmello. On that note, we'll wrap up episode 3. Hope to see you all again next week!

Hello, everyone and welcome to the third episode of cooking, with Marshmello.

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