May 27, 2013

In your veins, sambal

You come to South East Asia and it takes you couple of weeks (or perhaps a few months) to get used to this stuff. But once it flows in your veins, even if you move back to your home, you could spend a lifetime without much success, trying to wean yourself off it.

Sambal

Sambal, Indonesian child sauce or paste

Range of Sambal (Wikipedia link)


Indonesia


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