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Sambal can either be eaten raw after being mashed with Mortar and Pestle (Ulekan) or usually fried afterwards (especially if you add the paste). In Indonesia there are varieties of sambal ranging from Sambal Hijau (green chilies sambal), Sambal Terasi, Sambal Mangga (Mango Sambal). Traditional Malaysian and Singaporean. – Sambal. This Delicious Sardine Sambal (Singaporean dish with an Indian twist) using 17 easy ingredients and 13 simple steps. Learn how to achieve that.
Ingredients of Sardine Sambal (Singaporean dish with an Indian twist)
- You need of chili paste.
- You need 6 of dried red chili.
- It’s 3 of onion.
- You need 3 clove of garlic.
- It’s 1/4 slice of ginger.
- Prepare 3 of candle nut.
- It’s 1 of lemon grass (serai) only use the bottom half.
- Prepare of Sautê.
- You need 1 dash of black mustard seeds.
- Prepare 1 small of onion ( chop them up).
- You need 1/2 tsp of tumeric powder.
- It’s 2 of tomato.
- You need 4 tbsp of oil.
- Prepare 1 of dried red chili ( cut them up).
- Prepare of main ingredients.
- It’s 1 can of sardine in tomato sauce.
- It’s 2 small of potatoes.
They bill themselves as The Malaysian Food Experience and they spot on: they serve great authentic Malaysian food. Sambal Matah Recipe, an Indonesian raw, spicy shallot and chilli salsa or condiment from the island of Bali. Indonesian/Malay language lesson: Sambal = a spicy condiment, chilli dish. So Sambal Matah is just one of a gazillion spicy condiments, salsas and chilli pastes found in South East Asia.
Sardine Sambal (Singaporean dish with an Indian twist) step by step
- blend all the ingredients for the chili paste .. make a fine paste.
- set the chili paste aside.
- heat a shallow pan or wok on the stove top.
- add oil.
- once the oil is heated, Add black mustard seeds, once it's starts popping add the cut up dried chilli, sliced small onion and Sautê.
- once the onions turn a golden brown color add the tomatoes and Sautê.
- add the turmeric powder and Sautê.
- add the chilli paste n Sautê Sautê Sautê! the chilli paste has to cook well .. constantly stir ….
- once the oil has separated from your mixture in the wok, Add the can of sardines and the tomato sause in it.
- add potatoes ( optional.
- stir and let it cook.
- remove from heat after 7 mins.
- serve with rice or bread.
Indian dishes have become modified to different degrees, after years of contact with other Singaporean cultures, and in response to locally Indian-Indonesian cuisine refers to food and beverages in Indonesian cuisine that are have influenced of Indian cuisine—especially from Tamil. Sambal Kacang is the most common Sambal in Indonesia. Many Indonesian dishes use Sambal Kacang as condiment, from fried food from street side hawkers (gorengan), dumplings (siomay), and batagor (fried meatball and tofu). It is delicious mixed with your favorite vegetable! Why not try Hari Ghotra's delicious Indian fusion cooking?