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....
“Pedas”, a Malay word for spicy is one word to describe this dish. Well known in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, this dish will be a definite favourite for all spicy food lovers out there. With Wahyu Brand, it only takes one about 10 minutes for this dish to be served – fresh.
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...
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