‘LUCKQU’ Sambal (Spicy Sauce) Combo Set
‘LUCKQU’ Sambal (Spicy Sauce) is an all time favourite side dish condiment among Malaysians and Asians. It pairs well with plain steaming white rice, fried rice, fish, chicken, meat and vegetables. This ready to be eaten condiment is made with only quality and fresh ingredients. 100% Muslim made product.
Super Sambal Dishes For Every Spice Level
Note: To make your work easier, you can use ‘LUCKQU’ Sambal (Spicy Sauce) Combo Set in all the dishes below)
- Sambal Stingray
Don’t you love spearing through a well-cooked Sambal Stingray, ravenously eyeing the way the flesh just flakes off the bone and onto your fork? Heap on extra sambal from the base of the dish, and delight in the burst of sweet, spicy and oceanic flavours in your mouth which end with a zing of lime. This beautiful seafood dish is often a bestseller at seafood restaurants and is best paired with steaming white rice to absorb all that addictive goodness.
- Sambal Tumis Udang (Stir-Fried Prawns)
Seafood and sambal often go hand-in-hand, as this sweet and spicy condiment enhances the natural sweetness of seafood and gives a hint of heat to the non-spicy ingredients. We absolutely adore the sticky gooey coat of gravy on the prawns in Sambal Tumis Udang, and usually end up licking the shells clean before ingesting the sweet crunchy prawn flesh. Stir fry this family favorite with some fresh catch of the day for a finger-licking good dinner.
- Sambal Rice Balls
Want a taste of sambal but don’t want to blatantly eat it out of the pan or jar? This Sambal Rice Balls are the quick and easy solution to that. This fusion snack combines Nyonya and Japanese cuisines, and is infused with generous portions of mouth-watering sambal. They are a cute way to introduce sambal to the young ones (you might want to reduce the chilies used in them in that case) and make for a savory party snack that your guests will love.
- Kang Kong Sambal Belacan (Stir-Fryed Water Spinach In Spicy Shrimp Sauce)
Sambal lends a punch to the classic Asian ingredient of Kang Kong. Known as water spinach or Ipomoea aquatic (what a mouthful!), its characteristic hollow stems allows it to soak up the spices inside out, which is why its often cooked in gravy through steaming or frying. Fresh and young shoots have a nice crunch to them, allowing this Kang Kong Sambal Belacan dish to elevate your meal with interesting textures.
- Baked Potato with Sambal
Can’t get enough of sambal belacan and want to have it with a western twist? We’ve got your back with this hearty Baked Potato with Sambal. A golden brown buttery potato base topped with as much sambal it can hold will satisfy any random sambal cravings throughout the day. Garnish with spring onions some juicy crunch to offset all that heat and you’re ready to dig in!
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