Nasi Ulam (Malaysian Mixed Herb Rice) - Nasi means rice in Malay, while ulam means the assortment of herbs served during meal times -- equivalent to “salad,” and usually eaten with sambal belacan -- the national condiment of Malaysia. However, in nasi ulam, the herbs are sliced finely and mixed with rice and other ingredients. Exotic, earthy, and aromatic herbs, paired with rice and dry-toasted shredded coconut or kerisik, yield a richly fragrant and uniquely Malaysian dish.
Balinese Chicken (Ayam Pelalah) recipe - This chicken is an everyday dish as well as a ceremonial staple. Balinese food is spicy and calls for numerous spices in the preparation process, but it's well worth it! | rasamalaysia.com