Recipe: Nasi Koening - Yellow Rice
Yield: 1 Servings
1 lb Rice Water 2 c Santen; (coconutmilk) Salt 1/4 ts Koenjit; (this spice makes -- the rice yellow, it is -- not -- saffran). 1/4 ts Serehpowder 2 Lemon leaves Parsley Little onions to taste Cucumber 2 Eggs
Boil the rice in water with santen, koenjit, salt, sereh and the lemonleaves.
when it is done, put it on a plate, and garnish the dish with the parsley, fried onions, chopped cucumber and hardboiled eggs.
I have to admit: I never cooked it this way. I always used fresh sereh. That smells delicious. It looks like grass. When it is in the store, you can better buy that, it is great. You can easily boil it with the rice, and remove it afterwards. (you cannot eat it).
With this you can serve fried chicken with a sambal, (sauce of red peppers and spices)and any kind of vegetables that is good with rice. For example the sajoer, I sent the recipe of it before. It is also tasty to make a currysauce and pour it over the rice.
Selamat Makan (enjoy your meal).
Posted to JEWISH-FOOD digest by "Coby Andel en Han Mauwer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Nov 21, 1998, converted by MM_Buster v2.0l.
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