Shallot and lemongrass relish recipe (sambal matah)
- Cuisine: Indonesian
Ingredients2 stalks lemongrass
4 green and red birdseye chillies
10 Bali Lime leaves (or Kaffir Lime leaves)
8 grams roasted shrimp paste
Juice of 2 bali limes
2 tsp salt
2 tbsp vegetable oil
PreparationSlice the lemon grass finely and place in a bowl. Slice the shallots and chop the chilles, add to the lemongrass. Add finely chopped lime leaves and crumble in the shrimp paste. Add salt and oil and mix thoroughly.
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