Coconut Cream Rice (Nasi Lemak). Nasi Lemak Nasi Lemak is coconut rice and practically a staple in Singapore and Malaysia. It is very similar to the Indonesian Nasi Uduk and is served with a variety of side dishes, as you see in the image above. But first, a quick Malay Language Lesson: Coconut Cream Rice (Nasi Lemak) My nations most famous all-day breakfast meal, coconut cream rice can be served alongside a plethora of dishes including beef rendang, chicken rendang, malay aromatic fried chicken, sambal shrimp, cucumbers, boiled eggs, sambal anchovies, crispy fried anchovies, sambal spinach; the list goes on and on and on.
Add the mixture to the rice. Nasi Lemak, literally translated as "fatty rice", the fat refers to no more than the fat of coconut milk added into the rice cooking. The aroma yields from the rich coconut milk flavour in the rice, making this Nasi Lemak dish so unique and delicious. You can have Coconut Cream Rice (Nasi Lemak) using 5 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Coconut Cream Rice (Nasi Lemak)
- It’s 1 cup of White Rice.
- It’s 1 Cup of Water.
- Prepare 1 Cup of Coconut Milk.
- Prepare as needed of Salt.
- It’s 3 of Pandan Leaves (screwpine leaves, optional).
Now you know what's about Nasi Lemak, if you weren't at first. When you cook rice in coconut milk and pandan leaves (and, optionally, lemongrass stalks), the result is nasi lemak. Nasi Lemak (Coconut Milk Rice) is a popular dish in Malaysia. It is usually served with a spicy sambal, sliced cucumber, deep-fried anchovies, fried peanuts and hard-boiled eggs.
Coconut Cream Rice (Nasi Lemak) step by step
- In a pot, add the rice, coconut milk and pandan leaves. Bring the liquid to a boil, turn down the heat to a simmer and cover with a lid, checking every 5 minutes..
- When the liquid has evaporated, discard the pandan leaves, add salt to rice and comb the rice with a fork, ensuring you toss it well. Then cover with a lid again and let it sit for 10 minutes before serving..
It is commonly found in countries like Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. It is one of the most popular dish for the Malay-type breakfast and is a great party dish. A truly remarkable Nasi Lemak (Coconut Milk Rice) is not to be taken lightly. Maidin's Rice in Coconut Cream (Nasi Lemak Maidin) & Khatijah's Fish Sambal (Sambal Ikan Khatijah) As some of you may have already known through my page on FB, my menu for yesterday was Nasi Lemak Maidin or Maidin's Nasi Lemak. I have been thinking of my late grandmother a lot lately.