IKAN BAKAR LEMAK PANDAN (Translating to "burned fish," ikan bakar is the catch-all term for small grilled swimmers. You'll often see it wrapped in a banana leaf before it goes on the grill, so that the leaf gets direct heat contact, rather than the fish itself; it's generally marinated in a blend of turmeric, chilis, belacan, galangal, and those other now-familiar ingredients, and served with sambal.)

Grilled fish marinated in a blend of turmeric, chili, belacan, galangal and served with sambal aka ikan bakar lemak pandan

Sambal Bawang Bu Rudy. It's also known as a Devil Sambal, a Surabayan new favorite shallot sambal to company crispy shrimp

Sambal Bawang Bu Rudy (One of so many hot sambal condiments Indonesian cannot live without)

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 Oelek 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 Mangga-Indonesian style shredded green mango sambal - substitute shrimp paste obviously!