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Sambal Brandal



Sambal Brandal is a spicy Indonesian condiment relish. It is served as a side condiment, not mixed into other food as an ingredient.

It is made from ground fresh small chile peppers often called "Dutch Hot Peppers." These, along with shallots, shrimp paste, and Kemiries (nuts), are sautéed in coconut oil, then lemon juice and lemon leaves are added at the end.

Sambal Brandal can be bought in jars,

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