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A Malay style sambal. Fresh chillis are pounded together with toasted shrimp paste (belacan) in a stone mortar to which sugar and lime juice are added. Originally, limau kasturi/calamansi lime. It can be eaten with cucumbers or ulam (leafy herbs) in a meal of rice and other dishes. Wahyu Brand has mastered the taste of the Sambal Belacan that we produce...
Lodeh is a popular, coconut-based vegetable dish, normally eaten with ‘lontong’ (compressed rice). This dish is often served during festive seasons such as ‘Hari Raya’ (Eid Al-Fitr). Common ingredients include long beans, tofu, tempeh (fermented bean) and cabbage.
Wahyu Brand have improvised and created its own great tasting Sambal for the Ayam Penyet Recipe. Ayam Penyet is a deep fried pressed fried chicken indonesian recipe that is receiving a great liking worldwide. One of the main key ingredients required to finish this recipe is the Sambal Ayam Penyet. Wahyu Brand has created its own great tasting Sambal Ayam...
The aromas and flavours of our chicken curry paste will delight your senses! An Indian dish, ‘kari ayam’ or ‘chicken curry’ uses a variety of spices. Simmered in a coconut milk sauce, it goes well with ‘roti prata’ (Indian pancake).
Serunding (Coconut Floss) - 120g
Wahyu Brand has made its very own samba ijo and is gaining popularity as many more Indonesian Padang cuisine are being introduced in Singapore and the rest of the world. This sambal will definitely increase the spicyness to your dish. Sambal Ijo can also be added to steamed white rice and petai (parkia speciosa), very popular among the Singapore locals....
All-time Favourite! The sour taste from ‘Asam’ (tamarind) gives a lovely tangy flavour that will get you hooked! Asam Pedas, literally ‘Sour Spicy” – is a classic Malay dish. This dish is normally spicy as black pepper is one of the key ingredients and its tangy zing is due to the assam (tamarind)!
130gms x 6 inside
Special sambal with added otak udang is a traditional recipe from Indonesia that is gaining popularity in Singapore. Good with fried chicken/seafood, and an alternative to the usual Sambal Ayam Penyet. Many that has tasted this sambal got hooked and never went back to the other sambals out there.
Lemak Cili Padi is a spicy dish with ‘cili padi’ (bird’s eye chillies) as its main ingredient. While the dish is normally cooked with chicken, this can be substituted with fish or prawns.
HAUS BOOM SPARKLING JUICE 275ML (ASAM JAVA)
ASAM JAWA - 1kg
A common Indonesian style of sambal. Similar to the Malaysian belacan, but with a stronger flavor, more tangy and fermented. It is made with a combination of Asam, red and green peppers, terasi, sugar, salt, lemon and lime juice. Wahyu Brand has improved this recipe and it is well enjoyed by everyone. Surprisingly, the Sambal Asam is well loved by the...
ASAM JAWA - 300G
Minangkabau style sambal. Chilli pepper or green chilli is blended together with garlic, shallot, red or green tomato, salt and lemon or lime juice, then sauteed with oil. Wahyu Brand has increasing demand in its Sambal Belado as our taste is very original and unique!
Sambal Tumis is a spicy, chili-based sauce which main ingredients is puréed chillies. It has a sweet, spicy, savoury, and tangy taste. It best eaten with ‘nasi lemak’ or coconut rice.
Chilli fried with belacan shrimp paste, onions, garlic, tamarind juice. "Tumis" means stir-fry and often the cooking oil is re-mixed with the sambal to enhance the flavor. The sambal can be easily mixed with other simple ingredients to produce dishes such as sambal kangkong, sambal sotong, sambal udang, sambal telur and more. You will be surprised if you...