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Nasi Uduk (Rice Cooked in Coconut Milk )

Nasi Uduk is one of Indonesian traditional steam rice, cooked with coconut milk as a replacement of water, bay leaves, and lemon grass. In Malaysia they also have similar dish, called Nasi lemak.

Nasi Uduk

Ingredients:
1/2 kg Jasmine rice
Coconut milk (replacement of water)
3 Bay leaves
1 lemon grass
small piece of turmeric
pinch of salt

How to:
rinse the rice 1-2 times, than mix with all the ingredients and cook it on rice cooker.
Serve with fried shallot on the top of the rice.

Optional Side dish:
Fried chicken, balado eggs/ omelet, fried tofu, dried anchovies, spicy potato, perkedel, dried shrimp sambal, and more.
(Recipe for side dishes are available upon request)

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