Duck is a common dish served throughout Indonesia, and in Bali, the duck is often served deep fried until crispy, accompanied by a lawar and sambal matah.
Chillies, garlic, shallots and the spice of the coriander seed give this finely pounded paste a superb kick.
This simple spice paste uses the typically Indonesian root aromat spices to bring a distinctly tropical flavour to meat, chicken or fish.
Bumbu Genep is the basis of nearly every Balinese dish and contains 13 magical spices.
Sambal Bajak is a volcano of a condiment, it’s the tomato ketchup of Bali.
Limes, lemons and bright green chilies give this wonderfully spicy dish its name, the secret ingredient though is the dried fish…
When you just want that sweet reminder of Balinese food, whip yourself up a Sambal Kecap to drizzle on steamed vegetables, over rice or even on a hamburger.
This super straightforward dish contains coconut oil, chilies, lemongrass, limes and the kicker shrimp paste that adds an exquisite salt sour taste to the mix.
Marinated meat threaded onto bamboo skewers and grilled over hot coals, with a caramelized appearance: a perfect description of Sate Babi (pork satay) in Bali