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Sambal Oelek

Sambal Oelek


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Traditional sambal oelek—a fiery sauce popular in Malaysia and Indonesia—contains sugar, but ours doesn’t. The result is pure, straightforward chile flavor that’s balanced by the soft acidity of rice wine vinegar. Red Fresno chiles may well be easiest to find; their heat is less pungent than jalapeño or serrano. Serve the slightly chunky sauce with Asian noodle bowls, rice dishes, pho or other noodle soups, or anywhere you want a jolt of flavorful heat.


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