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Recipe: Perfect Sambal Matah Balinese style

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Sambal Matah Balinese style. Serve this raw Balinese sambal as a condiment for grilled fish or chicken. While the shrimp paste is very pungent, it does add a unique. Sambal Matah is a raw, spicy shallot salsa or condiment from Bali, Indonesia.

Sambal Matah Balinese style In Bali, you can even find sambal matah inside buns, healthy poke bowl and many more. If you are a true fan of Sambel Matah, you don't need to waste your money by going to every restaurants in Bali just to hunt for Sambel matah, you can make it at your own place. Here is the simple recipe of Sambal matah: Sambal Matah Bali Style Raw Sambal. You can have Sambal Matah Balinese style using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook it.

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Ingredients of Sambal Matah Balinese style

  1. It’s of chilli.
  2. Prepare 7 small of red onions.
  3. Prepare 5 of garlic.
  4. Prepare 9 of chillies.
  5. It’s 1/4 tsp of salt.
  6. Prepare 1/2 of lime.
  7. You need 2 tbsp of coconut oil.

For me, when I visit Bali, the standout accompaniment is Sambal Matah. The raw sauce is a blend of lemongrass, shallots, chillies, coconut oil with the sharpness of lime juice and tang of shrimp paste adds a lemon bite to chicken, fish or vegetable dishes. Mouthfuls are sweet, sour, hot, cooling and lemony all in one. For spicy food lovers, Bali is 'heaven', as most of Balinese cuisine is spicy, using a lot of spices and of course, chilies.

Sambal Matah Balinese style step by step

  1. Slice red onions, garlic, chillies thinly, put it in one bowl.
  2. Add salt and lime juice to the bowl.
  3. Heat coconut oil until a bit smokey.
  4. Pour hot oil into the bowl, stir the bowl content (best with hand), then serve..
  5. Notes: Best served with fried chicken, fried tofu or tempe and grilled fish.

When we talk of spicy food, can Sambal be far behind. Of the various Sambals that are found in Indonesia , a 'HOT' favorite Sambal Matah from Bali. Slice the shallots and chop the chillies, and add to the lemongrass. Add finely chopped lime leaves and crumble in the shrimp paste. This popular Sambal is originated from Bali.

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