Nasi ambeng in Kuala lumpur, Malaysia.
|Place of origin||Indonesia|
|Region or state||Java|
|Associated national cuisine||Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore|
|Main ingredients||Rice, Fried Tempeh, bergedel, Rempeyek, Rendang, Sambal Goreng, Boiled egg, Urap and sometimes fried noodles (Selangor region)|
Nasi ambeng or Nasi ambang is an Indonesian fragrant rice dish that consists of - but is not limited to - steamed white rice, chicken curry or chicken stewed in soy sauce, beef or chicken rendang, sambal goreng (lit. fried sambal; a mildly spicy stir-fried stew commonly made with firm tofu, tempeh, and long beans) urap, bergedel, and serunding.
It is a popular Javanese cuisine, especially within the Javanese-Malay communities in Singapore and the Malaysian states of Johor and Selangor where they also added fried noodles as additional condiments.
Nasi ambeng is often served communal dining-style on a platter to be shared among four to five people; especially during festive or special occasions such as a kenduri.