This classic Cantonese dish only requires 6 ingredients and takes less than 30 minutes to prepare. Replace drumsticks with a whole chicken for special occasions.
Fried shallots are great condiments for many Indonesian and Asian dishes. Try this easy and hassle-free method of frying a small batch of shallots in a microwave.
Try this refreshing spicy salsa from Bali using shallots, lemongrass, bird-eye chilies, and lime. They are great with pan-fried chicken, or even grilled seafood.
Try this yummy, fresh, and spicy tomato salsa with shallots, bird-eye chilies, and lime from Manado. Pair with golden crispy pan-fried chicken, or grilled seafood.
Learn how to prepare this easy four ingredients green chili pickle. It only takes 15 minutes, and they will perk up your noodles, burgers, sandwiches, and tacos.
The perfect chili sauce for spring rolls, fritters, radish cake, and other fried snacks. Homemade means you can make the sauce as mild or as spicy as you wish.
Indonesian salad served with a super awesome peanut sauce with a tang of tamarind, sweetness of palm sugar, the umami of shrimp paste, and a kick of chili.
With a large batch of sambal goreng (fried chili paste) at home, you can quickly whip up sambal goreng dishes with fish, chicken, eggs, and even potatoes.
Stock up on this delicious sambal to go with your Malaysian nasi lemak, or we are quite obsessed with the sauce and use it with everything.
Stock a batch of this easy chicken and mushroom sauce toppings in your fridge to add to your rice, noodles, or ramen for a quick, tasty, and healthy meal.
Always a crowd favorite and goes with any fried or grilled dishes, Indonesian sambal tomat kecap (tomato chili relish) is quick, easy, and vegan friendly.
Kimchi is a really handy item to stock at home, it is refreshingly good as a side dish, or when cook with fried rice, and it is one of the easiest and tastiest…