Leftover Nasi Lemak is not the best thing to eat. Either you begrudgingly eat it just to not waste food or you throw it and buy brand new nasi lemak *RIP old Nasi Lemak* But there is a way to save it – turn it into nasi goreng..… More »
Each packet from Angah is wrapped meticulously in paper and banana leaf. Its enticing aroma pulls you closer, the quintessential packed meal that is undeniably Malaysian. Rice is rich with aromatics like ginger and lemongrass. You… More »
Sambal Sotong is a true delight to seafood lovers. Tender rings of squid cooked in a spicy sweet sambal. Have it with Nasi Lemak, plain rice or throw it into Nasi Goreng, this lauk is widely served in Malay eateries. More »
Abang Hisham begun his Nasi Lemak affair with his foster family back in Melaka. Learning the A to Z of Nasi Lemak making, especially the Sambal, he made sure all his ingredients are fresh and handmade. Yes, he makes the cili giling… More »
Azlan Aziz was an experienced hotelier before he decided to trade his suit and tie for an apron and a spatula to open up Lontong & Such. A true blue Lontong addict, it took him a while before he found the perfect Lontong recipe. The… More »
Nasi Lemak Khora - Khora (formerly known as Nasi Lemak Wak Kentut) came on our radar because of the cheeky name and news of excellent ayam goreng. This fried chicken folks, is the battered kind, with a crispy crunchy crust that hides… More »
The late Haji Ali started out in 1958 by opening a small warong near the UMNO building in Alor Setar, Kedah. Using family recipes he brought with him from India such as the Ayam Marican, Daging Rose and Sotong Pedas, it instantly became… More »
Big Tree Head Mamak have been cooking up their legendary Nasi Lemak Ayam for the past 30 years. Raja uses his own recipe for Nasi Lemak and Ayam Goreng and through loads of trial and error have tweaked it to his customer's liking.… More »
Dried anchovies, or more known as ikan bilis, is a staple ingredient in Malaysian and Asian kitchens. Sold in wet markets and supermarkets all over the country, they come in various species and sizes.… More »
It started off as a happy accident… this litte nasi lemak bungkus company called BK4, which stands for Bandar Kinrara 4 where Hajar is based. “I made nasi lemak originally for my kids to take to school… More »
Sinarnor started as a modest set up selling nasi lemak to factory workers along Jalan Chan Sow Lin. “My grandmother just spread her nasi lemak and dishes on the ground, this was in the 70s,” says Wati,… More »
Wanna try one of the spiciest nasi lemak sambal in town that will make you roll with tears? Read on. Nowadays we are getting more and more young entrepreneurs getting into the F & B game. They bring new… More »
Now you know. McDonald's Malaysia has launched Nasi Lemak Burger. We food nerds will always like to kepoh on what goes into making something so audacious as a Nasi Lemak Burger, kan? Everyone knows that taking something much-loved… More »
If you haven’t heard that McDonalds has launched their Nasi Lemak Burger well which rock have you been living under? Did you know it was us Malaysian’s love of nasi lemak that inspired McDonald’s… More »
FriedChillies was privileged enough to be part of the team to do a taste test days before its actual launch. We had to eat at their secret location first, then only allowed to take some back in unmarked… More »
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