Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak by Amy Beh

Nasi lemak, or Coconut milk rice is an iconic staple of Malaysian; you can get it literary anywhere from convenient stalls to 5 stars hotel. Usually nasi lemak comes with spicy sambal, and your selection of side dish including fried chicken, fish, curry and others.

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Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Wash rice until clean then drain. Put rice, shallots, ginger, fenugreek and salt in a rice cooker. Pour coconut milk over the rice. (The level of the coconut milk should be 2cm above the level of the rice.) Cook rice until dry then use a wooden ladle to loosen the grains.
  2. Sprinkle the rest of the coconut milk over the rice. Give it a stir with a pair of chopsticks to distribute the milk evenly. Stand for 10 to 15 minutes to allow the rice to absorb the coconut milk. Keep rice warm before serving with other condiments

One Response to “Nasi Lemak by Amy Beh”

  1. Siraj Silvarajoo bin Abdullah

    Always been an ardent crazy nasi lemak fan. Love to eat it at anyrime of the day. What makes nasi lemak a great dish is it’s sambal. If sambal is lousy i.e. either too spicy, flat taste or too sweet, the whole nadi lemak dish becomes a turn off. Anyway i am gonna try your way of making nasi lemak. Thank you for sharing.

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