Fluffy white rice is cooked with coconut milk and finished with green onions, cilantro and crispy fried onions.
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I put a full cup of coconut milk in this...i LOVE coconut milk so figured it would taste even better!
Well i was wrong. the rice looked super gross and the coconut taste was way too perfumey.
c'est la vie. the onions kick ass tho!
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An easy way to add colour to rice is to put in a half teaspoon of turmeric. Just add it to the rice while it cooks, and you'll get a nice yellow colour. A lot of people like the added colour. I am a big rice buff, and to me rice is rice (I love it anyway). But if you want it to look really yummy, try the turmeric trick.
You can follow the same process for making crispy fried onions by referring to this recipe for Fried Shallots. Whichever onion you choose to fry, whether it is a red onion, yellow onion or shallot, just make sure the slices are very thin and all of the same size so they cook evenly. Hope this helps.
I just made this following my first foray into home made coconut milk. It was wonderful! Realizing that fresh coconut is not nearly as sweet as commercial I added a packet of Stevia and it turned out wonderfully. I also added about 1/4 package of frozen peas and some leftover shrimps from last night's dinner. All I can say in Yum! I will definitely be making this rice again.
Hi There: I made this a while back and used "lite" coconut milk and it was, okay. I made it tonight following the recipe to a tee and it was just great. I will make again and for my guests, just delicious and easy. Thank you Rouxbe!
Tried this with Tilapia bathed in Tarragon butter with just a hint of lemon zest; the wife went nuts. Or, maybe it was the Savignon Blanc. In any case, we both enjoyed it tremendously. The heavenly lightness of the fish with a nice crisp wine really went well with the slightly sweet flavor of this rice.