Malaysian Style Sambal


 Recipes and Serving Suggestions

Lightening Meal (Serves 4) 



 - 4 chicken breasts 

 - 2 peppers 

 - 1 red onion

 - 6 mushrooms 

 - 1 jar of peanut sauce

or any vegetables of your choice



1. Slice all vegetables.

2. Cut chicken breast into chunks or strips.

3. Warm a sauce pan on a medium heat and add

    peanut sauce.

4. Add chicken once sauce is warm

5. Cook chicken until tender

6. Once chicken is tender,add vegetables and

    cook just long enough for your vegetables to

    have a crunch. 


Serve with fluffy rice! Yum!

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Roasted Spatchcock Chicken (Serves 4-6)



 - 1 whole chicken 

 - 1 jar of peanut sauce 

 - Salt and pepper to season

 - Coriander (optional)




1. To spatchcock your chicken, grab a pair of sharp

    kitchen scissors, cut the back bone and spread chicken

    flat on to a baking tray.

2. Rub salt and pepper all over the chicken to season. 

3. Bake chicken in the oven at 180 degrees. 

or follow your manufactures instructions. 

4. 20 minutes before your chicken is ready pour the jar

    of sauce over the chicken spread evenly. 

5. Return to oven and cook until completely tender. 

6. Garnish with fresh coriander.

Serve with salad, rice or naan bread! Enjoy!

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Vegetarian Noodle Salad (Serves 4) 



 - 1 jar of peanut sauce

 - Half a bag of beansprouts 

 - Half a cucumber, finely sliced

 - 1 large red onion

 - 1 block of tofu cut into cubes

 - Pre cooked medium egg noodles 

 - 1 red chili sliced (optional, add more if desired)

 - Half a pineapple cut into chunks

 - 4 hard boiled eggs quartered 



1. Warm the peanut sauce on a medium heat 

2. Add all ingredients into a large bowl 

3. Pour peanut sauce over the ingredients and toss

    until thoroughly mixed and evenly coated. 


For all you meat lovers you can add cooked meat or seafood of your choice. 


Peanut Roasted Chicken Pieces (Serves 4)



 - 8 Chicken thighs or drumsticks

 - Level teaspoon of tumeric powder

 - 1/2 a teaspoon of chili powder (optional)

 - 1/2 a teaspoon of salt 

 - 1 teaspoon of black pepper 



1. Mix the dry ingredients together, rub all over the

    chicken and leave in the fridge to marinade for

    half an hour.

2. Put chicken into over following manufacturers instructions. 

3. 15 minutes before the chicken is cooked, remove

    from the oven and pour the peanut sauce over the

    chicken evenly coating all the pieces. 

4. Return to the oven and continue until chicken is

    cooked completely. 

Always keep an eye on the sauce to ensure it doesn't burn.


Serve with fluffy rice or fresh salad.

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