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Nasi Kuning (Yellow Rice)

Yellow rice, also called "nasi kuning", is Indonesian typical rice. The rice cook with turmeric, coconut milk, and spices is another variation from plain rice. Normally served with different kind of sides such as satay, perkedel (potato patties), rendang, curry, eggs, fried chicken, and more. In Indonesian tradition yellow rice color represent fortune, wealthy, and honorable moral. That's why mostly yellow rice is serve on special occasion and happy event (Birthday, engagement, and wedding). Well... that's all for the story.. now I'm making this for my own special event.. which is to satisfied my tummy :p

Nasi kuning
1/2 pounds jasmine rice
3/4 tsp turmeric
1/2 tsp galangal (laos) poweder
2 bay leaves
1 1/4 cup coconut milk

How to prepare:
Place rice in rice cooker and pour the boiled turmeric, galangal powder, bay leaves, and coconut milk mixed with some water, just like cooking normal rice.

Other options:
To make your life easier, there are also instant nasi kuning available from Asian store. I will recommend Munik, indofood, and kokita brands. All you need to do just mix the ingredients with rice and water (maybe some may need additional coconut milk). Hehehe as easy as ABC.

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