Servings: 6 to 8
Serve this aromatic Malaysian specialty with jasmine or basmati rice. You can also enjoy it with bread, using it as a filling for pita, naan, tortillas, or any other flatbread. Rendang is typically very thick, but if you prefer a saucier dish, you can add a little water after adding the toasted coconut at the end.
View a slideshow to learn more about the ingredients that make this rendang incredibly aromatic.
Make Ahead Tips
Beef rendang will keep for up to 5 days in the refrigerator, but expect it to become drier and more intense as it sits.
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