About this recipe: An authentic rendition of Malaysian beef rendang, complete with the flavours of coconut, lemongrass, kaffir lime, cinnamon and star anise. Sourcing the ingredients may require some effort, but it'll all be worth it after that first exquisite bite!
Kerisik is used in Malaysian, Singaporean and Indonesian cooking and is often included in beef rendang. It's a mixture of toasted and ground coconut. Search for my recipe on this site to make your own.
It says coconut cream in the ingredients but coconut milk in the recipe. Which is it please? - 30 Aug 2016
Wow! One of the best curries I have ever made or eaten. Most ingredients are available at the major supermarkets, anything more exotic can be found on Amazon or e bay. Well worth the effort. - 30 Jun 2015