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‘Sambal kicap’ is a spicy-sweet soy sauce dip and is a favourite condiment for dishes in Indonesia and Malaysia.

Sambal kicap is one of the easiest sambal to prepare. The main ingredient consists of kicap manis, an Indonesian sweet soy sauce loved by many. Although there is a variety of sambal available, this is a definite winner for its uncomplicated preparation, long shelf life and amazing flavour. The taste is initially sweet followed by a lingering spiciness. This condiment is nicknamed lava sauce due to its extreme spiciness and dark colour. The ingredients needed to prepare this spicy condiment are really easy to obtain as they are readily available in most supermarkets.

How to serve sambal kicap?

  • Best saucing on marinated beef, fried bananas, fried cucur, chicken soup, fried chicken, spaghetti, fried rice and many more! Also best dipping sauce with fried foods.
  • Goes well with dishes like ikan bakar (grilled fish), seafood and even bakso (soup noodles).


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Sweet Spicy Soy Sauce | 250gram

Ready to eat
Premium Ingredients
Sweet Spicy Taste
No preservatives
Using all premium ingredients
Can last up to 1 year

3 tips to make sambal kicap last longer

Homemade sauces are meant to be made in bulk. Therefore, it is important to ensure that they are able to keep well. The chillies, garlic cloves and shallots must first be fried to release the water content in them. In doing so, the amount of water content in the final product is reduced. This is the secret to making the sauce keep longer.

Store it in a clean container or bottle. Always use a dry spoon to scoop the sauce to prevent contamination and the growth of mould.

If you want to make it last even longer, just freeze the sauce. Spoon them into an ice cube tray to create small cubes of sambal kicap for convenient usage. Thaw them before serving. It is as simple as that!