When I lived in Holland several years ago, I often indulged in this spicy rice dish. This recipe, from an old newspaper cutting, is the most authentic I have found, and closely matches the wonderful taste sensation I experienced in Holland. More unusual ingredients, such as shrimp paste (also known variously as belacan, balachan, blachan and trassi) can be found in Asian speciality food stores. I must warn you that dried shrimp paste smells rather awful, but the taste in the finished dish is...
Nasi Campur Bali (Balinese Mixed Rice) is one of the well known dishes in Bali. One plate of various condiments is served. Sate Lilit Ikan (grilled minced fish wrapped around lemongrass stick), Telur Balado (chili spiced egg), Ayam Bumbu Kuning (turmeric glazed chicken), Jukut Urab (assorted vegetables salad), and Tahu Tempe (deep fried tofu and deep fried soy bean cake). All of these are accompanied by Sambal Matah (Balinese Raw Chili Paste)