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Che'Nor Sambal Penyet (Spicy Sauce)

£4.73

Che’Nor Sambal Penyet (Spicy Sauce) is a classic and traditional sauce that all Malaysians simply adore and love. This ready to eat spicy sauce pairs well with white rice, fried rice, rich coconut rice, glutinous rice, pasta and noodles.

How To Make Grilled Fish With Che’Nor Sambal Penyet ?

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Ingredients:

  • 1 bottle Che’Nor Sambal Penyet (Spicy Sauce)
  • Any fish of your choice (clean and make deep slits on it)
  • 1 onion (Cut into big rings)
  • 1 tomato (Cut into slices)
  • Banana leaf (Wash and warm over flame to soften it)
  • Oll
  • Tooth picks

Method:

  1. Take the soften banana leaf and spread some oil on it
  2. Spread some Che’Nor Sambal Penyet on the banana leaf
  3. Lay the fish on the leaf and generously spread the Che’Nor Sambal Penyet on it
  4. Place the onion rings and tomato slices on the fish
  5. Wrap the banana leaf tightly and secure tooth picks at both sides
  6. You can grill this on your frying pan, on your stove top or grill it outside in a griller
  7. Remember to grill both sides
  8. Once ready you would be enticed by the aroma and the banana leaf changing colour
  9. The grilled fish is now ready to be served with hot steamed rice or fried rice

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Che’Nor Sambal Penyet (Spicy Sauce)

Che’Nor Sambal Penyet (Spicy Sauce) is a classic and traditional sauce that all Malaysians simply adore and love. This ready to eat spicy sauce pairs well with white rice, fried rice, rich coconut rice, glutinous rice, pasta and noodles. The beauty of this sauce is that it can be brought to the next level in food gastronomy by pairing with chicken, meat and seafood, The original recipe comes specially from the land across East Java. Using only red chilli, tomatoes, shrimp paste and cooked to perfection with no preservatives added.

This Malaysian Muslim made product is now coming to your door-step through OMALAYSIA.COM. This delicious, fiery and spicy sauce is sure to leave a lingering taste on your taste buds.

Red Chilli, Tomatoes, Shrimp Paste, Salt