Rice Burundian, Kenyan, Rwandese, Tanzanian, Ugandan, Zanzibari
October 24, 2015
Wali wa Nazi is coconut rice popular amongst the Swahili people of East Africa. It owes its popularity to the plentiful coconut trees along the East African coast.
2 cups of basmati rice
4 cups of can coconut milk
Salt to taste
1Wash the rice
2Pour the coconut milk into a pot and bring to the boil
3Add the washed rice to the pot as the coconut milk boils
4Add salt to taste whilst stirring the coconut milk into the rice
5Reduce heat to lowest point after about 5-7 minutes on high when the coconut milk has almost been absorbed
6Cover and leave to steam for about 20 minutes until rice is ready
7If you use a rice cooker, put the rice and coconut milk in the rice cooker and turn it on.
8Keep an eye on it so that it does not burn, adding more water or coconut milk if needed to keep it from burning.
Basmati rice was used in this recipe. Other types of rice can be used
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