Malaysia dried fish sambal recipes

Malaysia Cookbook Review and Mee Goreng Mamak (Malaysian Fried Mamak Noodles)

Malaysia Cookbook Review and Mee Goreng Mamak (Malaysian Fried Mamak Noodles)

Some difficult to find items include kaffir lime leaves, lemongrass, pandan leaves, palm sugar, lychees in syrup, star anise, crème fraîche, choy sum, kecap manis, Kashmiri chilies, dried shrimp, belachan, tamarind concentrate, squid ink, curry leaves, banana leaves, Szechuan peppercorns, pork belly, and more

SAMBAL FRIED RICE

Though Fried Rice/Nasi Goreng has nothing to do with being Spicy, it has adapted along with the Cuisine unique to Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore

SAMBAL TUMIS

Sambal is a wonderful condiment I got acquainted with, in Malaysia and I have started to frequent this dish at home

Calamansi Sambal Recipe

Sambal is an extremely versatile accompaniment and also very popular in Indonesia and neighbour country of Singapore and Malaysia
WHITE CHILLI SAMBAL

WHITE CHILLI SAMBAL

Serve as an appetizer with steamed white rice and other Malaysian dishes like fried fish, stir fried vegetables, Malay salad or a mild curry

Postcard from Malaysia

Then shredded meat (chicken, pork or beef), seafood (dried scallops and prawns) or century year old eggs are added before the congee is flavoured with spring onions, white pepper, soy sauce and sesame oil
My Grandmother’s Prawn Sambal

My Grandmother’s Prawn Sambal

Every time we visited Malaysia we would be treated with a smorgasbord of our favourite foods – fried chicken, sambal hebi (dried shrimp sambal), fish head curry, Penang Asam laksa, pineapple fried rice, yong tofu (stuffed beancurd), water spinach fried with sambal belchan, and fried eggplants stuffed with minced prawn

Postcard from Malaysia

Then shredded meat (chicken, pork or beef), seafood (dried scallops and prawns) or century year old eggs are added before the congee is flavoured with spring onions, white pepper, soy sauce and sesame oil
Calamansi Lime Sambal

Calamansi Lime Sambal

and Malaysia. Add chopped tomato and powdered dried shrimp (ebi). use to add Calamansi lime to their local recipes such Kuah Asang, is clear fish
My Grandmother’s Prawn Sambal

My Grandmother’s Prawn Sambal

Every time we visited Malaysia we would be treated with a smorgasbord of our favourite foods – fried chicken, sambal hebi (dried shrimp sambal), fish head curry, Penang Asam laksa, pineapple fried rice, yong tofu (stuffed beancurd), water spinach fried with sambal belchan, and fried eggplants stuffed with minced prawn
Mee Goreng

Mee Goreng

 It's a Malaysian street dish.  There was a whole aisle devoted to dried mushrooms.  A huge variety of fresh noodles, tons of cheap, fresh fish (and by fresh I mean swimming around in tanks waiting to be murdered for my culinary enjoyment), and more sauces than you could ever imagine
Lobster Noodle Stir Fry

Lobster Noodle Stir Fry

When my grandmother was alive she would cook her Asam Laksa paste and her Sambal Hebi (dried shrimp sambal) each time we visited Malaysia
Penang Hokkien Mee

Penang Hokkien Mee

Penang is considered the food haven of Malaysia and a lot of Malaysian foodies just travel to the place just to eat good food like the Teochew Cendol, Asam Laksa, Lor Bak, Curry Mee and the Hokkien Mee to name some