Ready to Eat Sambal by Big Onion Food Caterer Sdn Bhd (210gram)

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“Ready-to-eat sambal is a spicy and tangy chili condiment perfect for adding a kick of flavor to any dish.”

Sambal is a versatile condiment that can complement a wide range of dishes.

Here are some examples of what you can eat with sambal:
– Rice
– Fried rice
– Bread
– Fried noodles
– Grilled seafood

EXP DATE: 14/11/25

Sambal is a popular condiment in Southeast Asian cuisine, particularly in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines. It’s a versatile chili-based sauce or paste that adds a spicy, tangy, and savory flavor to various dishes. Ready-to-eat sambal is a convenient version of this traditional condiment that’s readily available for immediate consumption.

Here’s a description of ready-to-eat sambal:
1. Texture: Ready-to-eat sambal typically has a thick and slightly chunky texture. It contains finely ground or chopped ingredients that provide a balance of smoothness and texture.
2. Color: The color of sambal can range from deep red to brownish-red, depending on the ingredients used. It’s primarily derived from the chili peppers used in its preparation.
3. Flavor Profile:
– Spicy: Sambal is known for its spiciness, which comes from the chili peppers. The level of spiciness can vary based on the type and amount of chilies used.
– Tangy: Sambal often contains ingredients like tamarind, lime, or vinegar, which give it a tangy and slightly sour taste.
– Savory: Salt, shrimp paste, or fish sauce are commonly used to add a savory and umami flavor to the sambal.
– Sweet: Some versions of sambal may have a hint of sweetness, often achieved by adding sugar or sweet fruits.
4. Aroma: Sambal has a robust and aromatic fragrance, primarily driven by the combination of chili peppers, garlic, and other aromatic ingredients.
5. Usage: Ready-to-eat sambal is used as a condiment or flavor enhancer for a wide variety of dishes, such as rice, noodles, grilled meats, seafood, vegetables, and even as a dip for snacks. It adds heat and flavor to a meal, making it more enjoyable for those who appreciate spicy food.
6. Packaging: It’s usually packaged in jars, bottles, or sachets for easy storage and convenience. This allows for portion control and longer shelf life.

Ready-to-eat sambal is a staple in many households and restaurants, providing a quick and easy way to add an extra dimension of flavor to meals. Its fiery spiciness and rich flavor make it a beloved condiment in Southeast Asian cuisine.

– Cooking oil
– Red Onion
– Thai sauce
– Palm Sugar
– Dried Chili
– Garlic
– Ginger
– Chicken stock
– Shrimp Paste

Storage: Store in a dry place. Once opened, keep in referigator.

Weight 0.210 kg
Dimensions 15.5 × 7 × 24 cm

1 review for Ready to Eat Sambal by Big Onion Food Caterer Sdn Bhd (210gram)

  1. Raymond Smith

    Very good

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