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A dish of boiled rice, with a dry porridge-like consistency
Type Food
Origins Mugroba
Important Details
Availability Common
Price Cheap
Legality Legal

Uqikedisiq, or úqikedisiq, is a common and popular part of Muluku Islands cuisine, generally served for breakfast or dinner (or to invalids). It is made from rice, boiled in milk with a pinch of sugar, and studded with cashews, peppercorns and curry leaves. It has a sweet, nutty taste, and a thick consistency, clumping together in much like (a drier version of) porridge. It can be eaten alone, or with accompanying preparations of tomato, coconut, mint or other chutneys (thick, chunky sauces) or tam'oqap.