RECIPE | Yellow coconut rice (nasi kuning)

10 November 2019 - 00:00 By Eleanor Ford

Resembling a heap of gold, nasi kuning symbolises good fortune and so is served at festivals and celebrations in Indonesia, often in a towering cone shape called a tumpeng. These can be small individual portions or tower several feet high like a splendid volcano.

Serves: 6-8..

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