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Cantonese (Hong Kong) style CHILLI OIL 辣椒油 | http://sunflower-recipes.blogspot.com/2009/07/cantonese-hong-kong-style-chilli-oil.html

In Hong Kong and UK, Chinese restaurants always offer a dish of fiery chilli oil to eat with the meal or dim sum. I have already posted .

chili oil Dan Dan Noodles, by thewoksoflife.com

Dan Dan Noodles - A Spicy Sichuan Noodle Dish

Cantonese Chilli Oil  Dried chilli: 200g, soaked 1 hr in water Chilli padi: 50g Dried shrimp: 150g Maggi chicken stock cube: 2 Shallot: 200g, chopped finely Sugar: 6 tbsp Salt: 4 tbsp Vegetable oil: 700 ml

Cantonese Chilli Oil Dried chilli: soaked 1 hr in water Chilli padi: Dried shrimp: Maggi chicken stock cube: 2 Shallot: chopped finely Sugar: 6 tbsp Salt: 4 tbsp Vegetable oil: 700 ml Más

Sambal Tumis is a highly versatile sauce, back home in Malaysia, we literally use Sambal Paste in everything we could think of. If n...

Sambal Tumis is a highly versatile sauce, back home in Malaysia, we literally use Sambal Paste in everything we could think of.

Nam Prik Pao Recipe (น้ำพริกเผา) – Thai Chilli Jam | SheSimmers @Leela P

Nam Prik Pao Recipe (น้ำพริกเผา) - Thai Chlli Jam by SheSimmers: Also known as Thai restaurant secret weapon, this ingredient is found in many dishes from Tom Yam soup to various spicy stir-fries.

Potato Wedges with Singapore Chilli Crab Dip -One of Singapore's iconic dishes, apart from Hainanese chicken rice, is the famous Singapore Chilli Crab.     http://tofoodwithluv.blogspot.com/2012/02/potato-wedges-with-chunky-chilli-crab.html

Singapore Chilli Crab Dip - absolutely delicious with crunchy potato wedges. You'll be addicted!

Nam Prik Pao (น้ำพริกเผา): Thai Chilli Jam - Secret Ingredient in Thai Spicy Stir-Fries, Salads, Etc. | SheSimmers

Nam Prik Pao (น้ำพริกเผา): Thai Chilli Jam - Secret Ingredient in Thai Spicy Stir-Fries, Salads, Etc. | SheSimmers

Recipe photo: Chili-Lime Sauce for Seafood

Chili-Lime Sauce for Seafood

This is a beautiful chilli and lime sauce that partners well with any seafood. There is kaffir lime leaves in the sauce which brings a strong but delicate lime flavour.

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