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Saturday, October 6, 2012

Vegetarian Sambal Paste




I always keep a bottler of sambal paste in the fridge in case I am craving for Malaysian food... a friend of mine asked for a vegetarian version of this sauce not long ago, since the sambal paste in the fridge is over, I decided to make the sauce a little more vegetarian friendly!


Ingredients:
200 gm red chilli
250 gm riped tomato
80 gm Shallot
80 gm dried red chilli
25 gm garlic
25 gm Galandal
1 cup of cooking oil

Seasoning:
5-6 tbsp Palm sugar or brown sugar
2 tsp  Tamarind paste
2 tsp  Salt or to taste



Blend together all the ingredients with little water to form a smooth paste.

In a heavy bottomed cookware, cook the paste with 1 cup of oil until oil separated at the edge.

Season with all seasoning, and continue cooking for 3-5 minutes.

Let it cold to room temperature before storing in a airtight container. It should stays about 1 month in the fridge.




中文版,For Chinese,Click --》素食叁巴辣椒酱

2 comments:

  1. last time a shifu told me,a pure vegetarian cannot eat shallot and garlic.

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    1. hi, that is in fact more from the religion point of view.. vegetarian in the sense of food, could use some spices and herbs..

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