4 Reviews

Very simple, very cheap, and extremely tasty. Takes no time at all in the rice cooker. Made as part of an Indonesian banquet. Loved by all!

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JBGB May 10, 2009

This is one of my favourite rice recipes. I always make this as an accompaniment to curry dishes. I just made this a couple of days ago when I had friends over and they just looovvee it! I didn't know I can substitute bay leaf to salam leaf...hmmnn... I should try that next time. Thank you very much for posting this.

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Pinaygourmet #345142 April 04, 2009

I never had homemade Indonesian food and did not know what to expect. The only Indonesian food I've had was satay and was very curious to try this rice dish. So glad I did. I used my electric rice cooker to make this and it was very easy to make. This will make wonderful accompaniment to main dish along with vinegary veggies. Very nice IndoFoody and thank you for posting this.

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Rinshinomori November 16, 2008

Sounds wonderfully aromatic and delicious. It's somewhere between the Malaysian Nasi Lemak and Nasi Kunyit (turmeric glutinous rice). It should be great eaten with a curry, grilled chicken or kebabs.

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RotiJala November 16, 2008
Indonesian Yellow Rice