Nyonya sambal goreng recipes

Bihun Goreng Utara

Bihun Goreng Utara

This rice vermicelli has a combination of Singapore Noodles and Nyonya flavours. Serve this rice vermicelli with your favourite sambal or chilli condiment
Ikan Goreng Asam (Fried Fish with Tamarind Paste)

Ikan Goreng Asam (Fried Fish with Tamarind Paste)

The mention of Nyonya food,  spicy, mouth-watering dishes comes to mind. Sometimes, we would eat this fish with some sambal belacan as a condiment, but the kids love it as it is, eaten with rice
Malaysia Cookbook Review and Mee Goreng Mamak (Malaysian Fried Mamak Noodles)

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

Ping begins with an introduction to Malaysian cuisine and its influences from Malay, Chinese, and Indian cultures along with the differences between the Peranakan/Nyonya (Chinese ingredients using Malay methods) and Malaysian Mamak (Indian Muslim, particularly noticeable in street food stalls) cooking styles
Limablas

Limablas

Just simple food that a Nyonya home whips out minus MSG and whatever fancy garnishing. Limablas ran out of the regular large prawns so had to resort to using smaller prawns because I threatened to go berserk if I do not get my sambal petai

Ramadhan 2014: KLCC

Guests can look forward to our ‘Chef Action Stations’ where local favourites such as mee goreng mamak, Penang char kuey teow, Hainanese chicken rice, assam laksa, mee curry Nyonya, prawn mee and wantan mee, chicken and beef murtabak, roti bom, roti jala served with chicken curry, dhall curry and sardine sambal will be prepared right before you

Peranakan Celebrity Chefs

Amy Heritage Nyonya Restaurant. Chef Amy personally demonstrated her Sambal Jantung Pisang recipe. I also tried the Udang Goreng Assam – succulent, crispy prawns in thick tamarind sauce

National Kitchen by Violet Oon

The red-tinged bisque was redolent with taucheo and shrimp stock, toasty and umami and sweet, laced with julienned bamboo shoots, a ginormous ball of minced chicken, prawns and beancurd and lashings of bawang goreng (fried shallots)

Pasar Basah Kuala Ampang & Naan Corner, Selangor

A variety of sides are usually available to complement nasi lemak such as kari ayam (curry chicken), rendang, sambal sotong (squid sambal), sambal kerang (cockles sambal) and bihun goreng (stir-fried rice vermicelli)