A long time ago I went on holiday to Bali. Besides relaxing, I also followed a cooking workshop. We first went to the market with a group and the chef to get dozens of exotic ingredients and then make bumbu Bali (an Indonesian spice paste). With a mortar and a lot of power and energy we then crushed and mixed all herbs and ingredients such as laos, sereh and lombok into a spice paste. We then used this to season meat and fish.
Although I thought it was a very nice experience in Bali, back in the Netherlands I don’t have the time and patience to search for and chop, mix and mix all the ingredients. That is why in this blog I share a recipe for an easy Balinese meal with fresh ingredients that is on the table with little effort. I now leave the making of the spice paste to Kumar’s. They prepare their pure spice mixes and spice pastes according to a traditional recipe with fresh ingredients of the best quality. And without artificial additives such as fragrances, colors or flavors. Why make it difficult?
Kumar’s Bali Wok Paste is ideal for quickly and deliciously flavoring a wok meal. But also, as I have done, to marinate chicken skewers. Many spices on the packaging matched the bumbu from the cooking workshop in Bali. Some soy sauce has been added to the wok pasta, which gives your dish a slightly sweeter taste.
Recipe Balinese chicken skewers
Meanwhile, heat a little oil in another pan and fry the onion. Add the raw beans. After 4 minutes, add 70 ml of water and let it simmer for 10 minutes with the lid on. Then stir in the sambal goreng spice paste and fry for another 4 minutes.
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