Add a little kick to your dishes with a rich, spicy sambal. Here you'll find classic, chili-based sambal, shrimp sambal or tomato sambal.
As simple, spicy sambal dish that is usually an accompaniment to Nasi Lemak.
This spicy condiment is delicious with either fried or soup based noodles, with grilled meats or use it as a base for cooking chicken or vegetable dishes.
A spicy condiment in the Indonesian household and usually served with rice dishes.
Nasi lemak is not an easy dish to cook because there are so many ingredients! We only cook this on weekends when there is time. It is a special treat.
This is a pungent chilli condiment that is used as garnish over laksa dishes, dipping sauce for simple grilled fish or as a side condiment for any rice meals. It is considered a staple in a Malay household.
This is my Mom's version of sambal belacan in true Nyonya perfection! Sambal belacan for Malaysians and many South-east Asians needs no introduction at all. It originates from the Malay culture but appeals to the mouth-watering senses of all races in Malaysia. It's one of the most popular 'must have' condiments during meals as it goes oh! so well! with rice and the various yummylicious Malaysian/Asian dishes.
Today I would like to share this sweet sambal tumis (improved version) that I prepared for a recent CNY potluck party held at my house..I always prefer sambal tumis (means slow stirring in Malay) with a slightly sweet taste.
My friend gave me this recipe after I tried it at her house and loved it.
For some reason, kangkong always goes with sambal. I don't think I've seen another combination with kangkong!
Petai is a bean used in SE Asian cooking and has a very distinctive taste and smell, hence the nickname "stink bean". It is also known as sator and old folks believe that it has medicinal properties. Due to its flavour, it is usually cooked in sambals and served as side dish to rice