Nasi uduk

Nasi uduk is an Indonesian style steamed rice cooked in coconut milk dish originally from Jakarta, which can be widely found across the country. Nasi uduk is made by cooking rice soaked in coconut milk instead of water, along with clove, cassia bark, and lemongrass to add aroma. Sometimes knotted pandan leaves are thrown into the rice while steaming to give it more fragrance.

Información adicional

Nivel de dificultad:
4 - 6
Tiempo de preparación:
10 minutes
Tiempo de cocción:
30 minutes


250-400 grams fragrant rice
25 grams dried anchovies
3-5 eggs
3-4 teaspoons salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper powder
1 teaspoon sugar
100 grams peanut
4-6 candlenuts (substitute: almonds)
chili peppers, at will
500 milliliters coconut milk
1-2 Indonesian bay leaves (daun salam) (substitute: bay leaves)
2 pandan leaves
2 lemon grasses
1-2 teaspoons coriander seed powder
3 tablespoons cooking oil
1 cucumber
1 teaspoon distilled vinegar
fried onion (or fried shallot)

Prepare the ingredients.



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