Nasi Kuning (Yellow Rice): a Traditional Food of Indonesia

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Introduction: Nasi Kuning (Yellow Rice): a Traditional Food of Indonesia

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In Indonesia, Nasi Kuning is very famous. It's a healthy food, a healthy breakfast.
The yellow isn't from food color, it's from turmeric. The taste is very delicious and the taste is make you want to try this food again.

Ok, now lets make it!!!!

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Step 1: The Ingredients

- 1Kg Rice
- Turmeric

- 6pcs Candlenut

- 65ml Coconut milk

- 2 Lemongrass

- Water

- 3 Garlic

- 2 Bayleaf

- ±1 tsp Salt

- Flavoring (Beef flavor)

- Egg

- & Fried onions (as a topping)

Step 2: Make the Omelette

break the eggs into a bowl and give a little salt and beef flavoring. then stir gently.

fry the egg in the pan with vegetable oil with medium fire. Fry until cooked.

After the omelette cooked. Cut the omelette into small pieces

And finish

Step 3: Make the Yellow Rice

Wash your rice.

Grind the ingredients with mortar and pestle or blender
Grind this Ingredients:

- Turmeric
- 3 Garlic

- ±1tsp Salt

- 6 pcs Candlenut

Step 4: Mix All of the Ingredients

Mix this Ingredients into the rice cooker cup:

- 1 kg Rice & water

- Grinded Ingredients

- 2 bay leaves

- 2 lemongrass

- 65ml Coconut milk

- Beef Flavour

Step 5: Cook It in Your Rice Cooker

Wait until automatically cooked.

Step 6: Done

Add omelette & fried onions (as a topping)

Thanks for look my works!

sorry for my bad english! haha

I hope you enjoy my instructables

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6 Discussions

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PeterD9
PeterD9

4 years ago

IIndonesian & Malaysian cuisine rely heavily on candlenuts as a base and thickener for spice pastes, which are the foundation of the cuisine. This includes many of the various rendangs and sambals.

Some potential replacements are...


  • Macadamia Nuts
  • Raw cashews
  • Roasted Cashews
  • Brazil nuts
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balsuryana
balsuryana

Reply 4 years ago

Oh my God, thank you for helps us break this case.
Yeah, you're right. Candlenuts are thing here. Cheap and everywhere.
Thank you.

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mbutterworth
mbutterworth

4 years ago

We have dry ground turmeric how much to use thankyou

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balsuryana
balsuryana

Reply 4 years ago

Just make sure your rice is yellow. Dont to much, it will not tasty.

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Duxtal
Duxtal

4 years ago

bahaha orang indo ni yg buat ? mantap dah good job ?

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balsuryana
balsuryana

Reply 4 years ago

pasti orang indo. terimakasih sudah melihat postingan saya