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Sambal Tomat



Sambal Tomat is an Indonesian tomato-based condiment.

There are two versions, fresh and cooked.

Both are made from tomatoes, red birds eye chiles, shrimp paste, lime juice, shallots, garlic and oil.

For the cooked version, the ingredients are sautéed briefly, then the tomatoes and shrimp paste added and simmered for a bit, then the mixture is zapped briefly with the lime juice in a blender to a relatively coarse texture, and salt added to taste.

For the fresh version, the ingredients are just ground into together into a paste. This version is more likely to have Kaffir Lime Leaves in it as well.

Cooking Tips

Good with fish.

Storage Hints

Can be frozen.

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See also:

Sambals

Sambal Bajak; Sambal Bawang; Sambal Belacan; Sambal Brandal; Sambal Dabo Lilang; Sambal Djeruk; Sambal Goreng Dadar; Sambal Kacang; Sambal Kecap; Sambal Lada Hijau; Sambal Limau; Sambal Luat; Sambal Manbo; Sambal Mangga; Sambal Manis; Sambal Soto; Sambal Tauco; Sambal Terong; Sambal Tomat; Sambal Udang; Sambal Ulek; Sambals

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