A rich, spicy coconut dish. Sambal goreng can be cooked in 2 ways, with vegetables and prawns; or as ‘sambal goring pengantin’, with meat and liver as the main ingredients. This traditional dish is a ‘must’ during festive occasions such as ‘ Hari Raya’ (Eid Al-Fitr) or wedding ceremonies.
Originated from Surabaya, Indonesia, this dish is mainly eaten with rice. Beef or mutton – your choice. It uses Kluwak (black nuts) as the main spice which gives the strong nutty flavour and dark colour to the soup. To prepare this delicious dish, simply put in Wahyu Brand’s Rawon paste and beef/mutton until tendered with 1200ml of water!
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