Use of quality ingredients gives nasi lemak that winning edge

Domingo and his wife Fanny Sapdanita Lianto. — Photos: SAM THAM/The Star

NASI lemak is regarded as a favourite dish among Malaysians.

Small packets of rice with spicy sambal, peanuts and egg wrapped in banana leaves, better known as nasi lemak bungkus which started off as a cottage industry, are still easily found at stalls and some restaurants for breakfast.

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