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Nasi Lemak

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Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak is the national dish of Malaysia. It's eaten any time. If you are a citizen of Malaysia, you'll eat Nasi Lemak at breakfast, lunch, dinner...... Any time of the day!
It's cooked in coconut milk, with pandan leaves and even ginger or a stalk of lemon grass.
Nasi Lemak is available on almost every street corner and in almost every local-themed restaurant, served with everything from chicken to beef to cuttlefish.

INGREDIENTS:

Nasi Lemak:

1 cup rice
3 screwpine (or pandan) leaves
salt to taste
1 grated coconut

Preparation:
Clean the rice and drain. Squeeze out 2 cups of thick coconut milk with screwpine leaves. Add in salt. If you desire, you can also add in some sliced shallots and ginger. Serve this rice with sliced hard-boiled eggs, cucumber and sambal ikan bilis.

 

     

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