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Sambal, Indonesian Cuisine

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<p>Leunca or green nightshade is very common in Sundanese cuisine where this is one of the many vegetables in a lalapan. It looks like a mini green round eggplant, and it does actually belong to the eggplant family. If served in a lalapan, it is always uncooked. For this sambal …</p>

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<p>If you have never tried sambal terasi before, please do yourself a favor and make this in your kitchen, pronto. You will want to have this with almost everything, from fried chicken, perkedel, fried rice, soto, and most of all would be with assortment of fresh and simply boiled vegetables, …</p>

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<p>This is your basic sambal cabe ijo for Padang cuisine fans out there. This chili sauce, though I would personally call this a relish instead of sauce due to its chunky texture, is easy to make and tastes great either by itself or with simply boiled or steamed vegetables. I …</p>

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Sambal Oelek (20 fresh, red chillies/cayenne pepper, 12 shallots, 4 cloves garlic, 1 fresh tomato, 1 ½ teaspoons brown sugar, 1 tsp salt, 1 teaspoon toasted shrimp paste, 4 tablespoons coconut oil and cheek of lime to serve)

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Sambal Bakso 100 g red bird eyes chilies (red paddy chilies) salt 1/4 tsp sugar 3 tbsp canesugar vinegar (Indonesian: cuka lahang) bakso broth

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Sambal Kacang – Peanut Chili Sauce

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this is one of Indonesian food called Sambal Dabu Dabu #Indonesian recipes #Indonesian cuisine #Asian recipes http://indostyles.com

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Sambal Bajak/Badjak (Javanese Sambal). A popular sambal among Indonesian and Dutch to company fried chickens

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Padang Green Chili Sambal

Sambal Bongkot (Bali style Torch Ginger Sambal) by Ira. A guest post on IndonesiaEats.com