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Indonesian Sambal

Indonesian Sambal
In Indonesian cuisine, Sambal is a chilli-based relish that is served as a side dish. Typically, Sambal is made of fresh chillies, shrimp paste, lime juice, sugar and salt. Numberless variations of the Sambal exist and their intensity can range from mild to very hot.

Sambals are a staple item in every Indonesian's kitchen and are sometimes referred to as the equivalent of the American's salt and pepper. Almost no Indonesian dish is served without its proper Sambal. The Sambal products from our Indonesian range bring a delightful blend of traditional Indonesian flavours to any dish.

Try one of our Sambal recipes:


Sambal Fish Steak
Sambal Chicken and Vegetable Stir Fry

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