Home Cooked Fragrant Rice Set

Nasi lemak is very delicious, but it’s not a healthy food. As a nasi lemak fans, I have been thinking for a while to cook my own fragrant rice set to replace my favourite nasi lemak. Tada….here it is, quite successful, right?

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With all the nasi lemak ingredients like asam prawns, deep fried crispy anchovies, baked ground nuts, fresh cucumber slices, hard boiled eggs (omega-3), and most importantly the sambal, my fragrant rice taste marvelous. Hehe 🙂

Fragrant rice (for 4 persons):
2 and a half cup of rice
1 teaspoon of salt
6 pandan leaves, tie into 3 knots with 2 pandan leaves each
4 thin slices of ginger
Enough water

Sambal paste consists of onions, belacan, fresh red chilies, dried chilies, garlics, lemon grass – blended and saute with sliced onions and added with tamarind juice, a pitch of salt & sugar, and Maggie anchovy stock granules.

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6 Responses to “Home Cooked Fragrant Rice Set”

  1. daphne Says:

    yum! the best thing is that the rice is w/o coconut milk! =) healthy!

  2. lotsofcravings Says:

    omg..feel like eatin nasi lemak..havent had it for soooo long!

  3. jason Says:

    Non-lemak rice can still go well with the condiments 😉

  4. wenching & esiong Says:

    Wow, this looks so good! Look so hungry looking at your photo!

  5. Moomookun Says:

    One order to go please, you know my desk right. Hehe. Look really delicious.

  6. Nic (KHKL) Says:

    was hoping that you will put tamarind into the sambal…and you did! love a sourish sambal! good job! 🙂

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