Nasi Impit and Kuah Kacang is a popular Malaysian dish often enjoyed during festive occasions. Nasi Impit refers to compressed rice cubes, while Kuah Kacang is a peanut sauce that accompanies the rice. The rice is cooked until it becomes firm and compact, then cut into small cubes. The peanut sauce is made from ground peanuts, spices, and coconut milk, resulting in a rich and creamy flavor. Nasi Impit and Kuah Kacang is typically served with satay or grilled meats, creating a delicious and satisfying meal.