Nasi kunyit

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Nasi kunyit , also known as tumeric rice is simple to make, tasty and makes an great eye catcher if you need some colours to go with your food. It is usually a traditional malay dish served on weddings or differant ceremonies and goes tremendously well with curries. There’re also a few methods and ingredient variations to make this dish. Some use coconut milk making the rice creamy and it goes deliciously well with the pandan leaves, other use glutinous rice instead. My variation is simply without all these and it’s definately nonya too. All you need is a rice cooker and all these ingredients below:

Apart from living some of her dreams on a tight schedule, Chris blogs and designs. Originating from the land of the assam laksa, she is now home-based in southern Germany. Authentic asian cooking challenges her to bring fond foodie memories of home in her kitchen.

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  1. […] sugar then continue to simmer on low heat for another 20 minutes. 6.  Serve with steamed rice or nasi kunyit Duck Curry Ingredients […]

  2. RN Chef
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    Great Stuff! Thats a nice meal, we all look forward to eat it. keep up the great work.

    • Chris
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      Thanks RN Chef! We will try 😉

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