While most savory Malay pastries use a simple dough, the 'pusing' (swirl) part of this dish is the winner factor. It offers layers of moist pastry skin almost like a croissant. Paired with a delicious sambal with sardines, it can be made ahead for breakfast and tea time.
You can't do Negeri Sembilan cuisine without working on some Rendang. Although recipes vary from family to family, the same aromatic spices will always bring you back for more. This recipe can be replaced with just beef chunks or mixed internal organs on its own.