Cut the meat into pointed triangles (close to rat-shaped, but smaller).
Let it all simmer with a lit on until the rice is cooked (about 10 minutes). Check the liquid recularly. If it has boiled away before the rice is done add a little more milk.
Salt to taste.
You can use any sort of meat, accounting for different breeds of rat. The most authentic freshly-harvested streetrat experience has to be pork. If you want it less authentic and also less chewy you could use turkey or chicken.
Depending on the sensitivity of your guests, the amount of pepper can be varied to give the dish more or less bite.
The recipe is gluten free. You can substitute the white rice with brown rice to make it more healthy and visually interesting, although this will probably increase the cooking time.
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