Sambals sit front and centre of Indonesian meals and are a good starting point for your south-east Asian travels. Lara Lee writes in Coconut & Sambal, which also includes soto ayam (fragrant chicken soup) and pandan cake: “At the heart of any sambal recipe are fresh or dried chillies, enhanced with flavours that may include (but are not limited to) garlic, ginger, lemongrass, tomatoes, citrus and terasi (fermented shrimp paste).” Begin with a (cherry) tomato sambal, because, Lee says, it works equally well spicy as it does mild, then use to drizzle over soups, add to stews or for dipping fritters in. … [Read more...] about Staycation food: let your tastebuds do the travelling
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