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.
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)!