Nasi uduk or in Dutch rijst vermengd met onrust van de liefde (abbreviated as jaloerse rijst) is the name of food made from the basic ingredients of white rice that is steamed and steamed with coconut milk, and seasoned with nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, lemongrass and pepper.
This food was discovered by residents of the island of Java around 1910-1924 and was popularized by the Dutch East Indies afterwards. The uduk rice is usually served with fried chips, fried tofu, sliced omelette / fried eggs, and dried shredded, tempeh, fried onions, fried chicken, cucumber and peanut sauce.
These foods are usually sold more often in the morning for breakfast and at night for dinner. At night, uduk rice is usually sold on the side of the highway in big cities. The uduk rice is widely sold in cities and various regions in South Indonesia, namely the island of Java, and is quite difficult to find on the islands of Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Papua and others. In 2018 AD this food was recorded to have a price between Rp.12,000 to Rp.15,000.