There are so many varieties of sambal (chili sauce) in Indonesia. Every region has at least one specialty and everyone’s Mom seems to have a killer sambal recipe. If someone is to pick up the herculean task of gathering and documenting the various sambal recipes across Indonesia, I am sure …
GUDEG. ( is a sweet young jackfruit dish usually served with rice, egg, chicken, Tofu and Tempeh sambal and crunchy beef skin (Krecek), Traditional food from Yogyakarta, Indonesia ).
Sambal Nanas - pineapple is always present in Indonesia, and it is only natural that we have a sambal (chili sauce or relish) made with pineapple. I always treat my fruit based sambal, like sambal mangga and sambal nenas, more as relish or even side dish, rather than as sauce. If you happen …</p>
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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 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)
Sambal Tomat - Tomato Chili Sauce
Sambal bajak is another chili relish that you can find everywhere in Indonesia. It is so popular that this chili relish is one of the few you can easily find sold in a bottle in many grocery stores. Basically, a sambal bajak is made using multiple chilies (red Thai chilies, …
Lalap Sambal Terasi – Sundanese Vegetables with Shrimp Paste Chili Relish Recipe at http://dailycookingquest.com/by-cuisine/indonesian/lalap-sambal-terasi-sundanese-vegetables-with-shrimp-paste-chili-relish
Sambal Kacang - Peanut Chili Sauce - 2 tablespoon oil 100 gram shelled peanut 3 red bird eye chilies 1 red cayenne chili 2 cloves garlic 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoon sugar 200 ml water ½ teaspoon vinegar
Sambal Lado Mudo / sambal hijau padang
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Sambal Bajak/Badjak (Javanese Sambal). A popular sambal among Indonesian and Dutch to company fried chickens