Burger King is next to roll out nasi lemak burgers

To all nasi lemak lovers out there, if you love and crave the spicy kick of sambal, try Burger King's new Nasi Lemak Burger.

Made with local tastes and preferences in mind, Nasi Lemak Burger features generous amounts of sambal sauce, made from carefully blended spices, with a tinge of hot and spicy dried shrimp fragrance.

You can choose from two burger patties - Nasi Lemak Double Beef, made from juicy flame-grilled beef patty, or Nasi Lemak Ayam (Tendercrisp), a crunchy, spicier kick made from fried chicken thigh patty. Each patty is served atop a bed of fluffy eggs, cool cucumber slices, spicy sambal sauce, all sandwiched in a lightly toasted sesame seed bun.

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Each meal comes with thick-cut fries and a soft drink.

The Nasi Lemak Burger promotional meals are priced at RM10.90 (a la carte) and RM14.80 (with medium fries and medium coke), respectively. Prices may vary according to outlet.

The promotion is being offered at all Burger King outlets for a limited time, while stocks last.

Malaysian company spicing up sex lives with Nasi Lemak condoms

  • A Malaysian condom company is hoping to spice up sex lives with a contraceptive that tastes like the country's ultimate comfort food - a chili-infused rice dish known as nasi lemak.
  • Industry giant Karex, which claims to be the world's biggest condom maker, already offers an array of flavours in various pleasure-boosting textures, from grape to the pungent tropical fruit durian.
  • Karex - which sells condoms under the brand name Carex - spent six months carrying out tests before coming up with its nasi lemak prophylactic, which smells faintly of coconut and is coated with a warming lubricant.
  • The company is working on packaging and the limited-edition condom should hit shops in November or December.
  • Goh insisted the range of wacky condoms were more than just a marketing gimmick, and were about trying to encourage contraceptive use in the Muslim-majority country.
  • The nasi lemak condoms are aimed at the local Malaysian market but much of what Karex makes goes abroad.