This recipe for Rendang (Slow Cook Beef in Spicy Coconut Sauce) was generously submitted by Ridha Soemansyah for inclusion in The Global Recipe Project. 100% of proceeds from the sale of this cookbook benefit nonprofit organizations which feed people as a central part of their mission. Thank you, Ridha!
1 kg good quality beef
3 cans coconut milk
50g chili paste (you can reduce the amount, but I recommend not to skip the chili)
5 teaspoons coriander seed
100g galangal (50 for paste, 50 crushed)
3 tablespoons garlic paste
50g fried onion
30g palm sugar
3 lemon grass, crushed
7 lime leaves
3 bay leaves
Salt and pepper
Step 1) Cut beef into big chunks, set aside.
Step 2) In a food processor, mix and blitz chili paste, coriander seed, galangal, ginger, garlic paste and fried onion.
Step 3) Get a fairly large pot, add 5 tablespoons oil and sauté the paste until fragrant.
Step 4) Add lemon grass, all the leaves, and palm sugar.
Step 5) Add beef in. Stir until the colour changed. Then add coconut milk.
Step 6) Cook for 3 to 4 hours or until the coconut evaporated. Stir once in a while.
Step 7) Serve with warm rice.
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