Sambal botol is a dry sambal with fried peanuts, ikan bilis and tempeh and it is a great accompaniment with local dishes. Spicy, sweet and a little salty, you won’t be able to stop munching on the crunchiness and savoury-ness. Someone… 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 »
Lim's Fried Chicken has grown from its humble original location in Subang Jaya SS14's Wong Soon Kee coffee shop (sometimes erroneously referred to as Wong Soon Kee fried chicken) to a chain of 5 restaurants located throughout northern… More »
With yummy crunchy bits of ikan bilis, tempe slices and crisp potatoes, this tasty sambal works well with rice, ketupat or lemang. A great side dish to serve on your Raya table. More »
This is an all time favourite lauk for many Malaysians when it comes to mixed rice. Heck, it was a hot seller with nasi lemak at I EAT NASI LEMAK 2014 too when two vendors from Lenggeng, Negeri Sembilan brought it to the event. Easy… 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 »
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 »
Everyone should have a go to sambal ikan bills recipe. It is one of the essentials of being Malaysian. If you don’t have, here’s one of ours. To us, a good sambal is not too oily, savoury with a hint of sweetness. Mash… More »
Good ol' nasi lemak, the sheer mention is enough to make me giddy with excitement. Each grain of rice is coated with rich coconut milk, served with a smoking hot sambal, crunchy ikan bilis and kacang.… More »
An old stalwart of many Malay kitchens, sambal ikan bilis with potatoes is understandably popular: easy to make with relatively cheap ingredients, and it hits the all important hot-sweet-tart flavour combination loved by so many Malaysians.… More »
I am a sambal fiend. I love sambal in all its forms and the hotter, the better. Sambal, I firmly believe, is one of the greatest gifts that this region of the world has given to mankind. It's easy to see why. A good sambal is a rich,… More »
We discovered the fantastic potential of the meaty eringi mushrooms the other day, now available in most markets and supermarkets. This is a great mushroom, delicious grilled or substituted into local gravies to make a vegetarian version… More »
One of the best things about balik kampung is you get to visit local markets and see the produce. Of course there won't be that much of a difference compared to markets in the Klang Valley (maybe East Coast markets are, though) but… More »
What's your favourite condiment to eat with rice, or even noodles? In Malaysia, the answer will undoubtedly be something along the lines of a sambal: sambal belachan, sambal kicap, sambal goreng. Budu and cincalok will make a cameo… More »
Just use the recipe for a basic sambal belacan and change it up a bit! More »
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