Ketupat - rice cubes important in the Malay and Indonesian cuisines, especially during Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
Ketupat is usually served with rendang, satay and peanut sauce.
But its versatility as a rice-based dish allows it to go well with almost anything like masak lemak, Indian curries/gravies and Thai curries.
1) Boil the rice packets in a cooking pot, with water covering rice packets, for 60-90 minutes. Add a little salt to taste, if desired. The cooking pot should be covered at all times.
2) After the rice cubes are cooked, take out and drain out the water. Cut to the desired size after the rice cubes are cooled.