In Bali the mixed rice called Nasi Campur Bali or simply Nasi Bali is a favorite among tourist. This Balinese version of nasi campur probably is the most internationally well-known version of nasi campur, mostly contributed by the "Bali factor", the Balinese popularity as the island resort among international visitors. The tastes are often distinctly local, punctuated by basa genep, the typical Balinese spice mix used as the base for many curry and vegetable dishes. The Balinese version of mixed rice may have grilled tuna, fried tofu, cucumber, spinach, tempe, beef cubes, vegetable curry, corn, chili sauce on the bed of rice. Mixed rice is often sold by street vendors, wrapped in a banana leaf.
As a Hindu majority island, the Balinese version might add lawar and babi guling in their nasi campur fares. Nevertheless, the halal version also available, with ayam betutu, sate lilit, and eggs to accompany the rice.
Source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nasi_campur
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