Aneka Sambal Gift Box

RM150.00

20 in stock

Description

Spice things up with Makan Kitchen’s aneka sambal gift box and send well wishes to loved ones. Each gift box consists of eight signature sambals, each with its own distinct flavour as well as level of spiciness from various Malaysian states such as Sambal Kacang Tempeh from Johor, Sambal Paru from Melaka, Sambal Udang Kering from Terengganu, Sambal Berdengung from Negeri Sembilan and many more.

Aneka Sambal Gift Set includes:

MELAKA – SAMBAL PARU 

Melaka’s history is full of invasions, beginning with the prince of Sumatra in the 14th century. Later came the European conquerors and Japanese during World War II, each leaving something tasty behind. 

Beef lung is very popular during that era, and it is easy to sustain. Traditionally, it is made in a paste form and it has a tangy and mildly spicy flavour.

KEDAH – SAMBAL IKAN BILIS KANTAN

Kedah, also known by its honorific Darul Aman or “Abode of Safety” is located in the north-western part of Peninsular Malaysia. Kedah produces its own “Ikan Bilis” in the Langkawi archipelago islands. The mainland has relatively flat terrain, which is used to grow rice.

Kedah is known for many treasured recipes and one of it is the famous Sambal Ikan Bilis which can be found on almost every household within the state. 

PENANG – SAMBAL HIJO 

Penang, as history has it, had an illustrious past. The capital George Town, named after King George III who ruled the British Empire between 1760 and 1801.

Green chili grows natively in Balik Pulau, hence delivering a fragrance like no other and a mild spiciness to the tongue. Ideal for those who love spice but can’t handle too much of it.

KELANTAN – SAMBAL MANGA

Kelantan is located in the north-eastern corner of the peninsula, which is said to translate as the “Land of Lightning”. It is an agrarian state with green paddy fields, rustic fishing villages and casuarina-lined beaches. 

Kelantan Sambal Manga is a famous dish that is also known as a Thai dish. The main ingredient is good local mango. Famous for its sweetness, Sambal Mangga is the perfect blend of sweet and spicy.

JOHOR – SAMBAL KACANG TEMPEH

Johor is rich in history and has alot of Javanesse influence. It is believed that the history of Muar started much earlier than the Sultan of Malacca. “Tempeh” has been a staple food for Javanesse people, which has strongly influenced Malay-Javanese Cuisine.

PAHANG – SAMBAL TEMPOYAK

Pahang Darul Makmur is the third largest Malaysian state by area and ninth largest by population. The state occupies the basin of the Pahang River and stretches off the east coast as far south as Endau. Pahang is known as the Durian capital of Malaysia.

The people of Pahang embraced their good quality Durians by fermenting it into something called Tempoyak.  Tempoyak is then made into Sambal Tempoyak, Ikan Patin Masak Tempoyak & many more.

NEGERI SEMBILAN – SAMBAL BERDENGUNG

The Minangkabau people of Sumatra first settled in Negeri Sembilan during the 15th century, bringing with them a rich cultural heritage that’s been preserved until today. One such example is the level of spiciness in their traditional dish. “Sambal Berdengung” (The highest note of spiciness) only contains Bird eye chillies, ground fried anchovies and salt. 

Fast forward to today, Seremban is home to many of the country’s celebrated spicy dishes, such as “Masak Lemak Cili Padi” and more.

SELANGOR – SAMBAL JERING TUA 

Sambal Jering Tua is the most common dish passed down from old native Javanese settlers. “Jering” is a type of blackbead that is made into a Sambal Jering. 

After boiling the blackbead three times, it is then sliced and served with chili paste, cucumbers, or coconut and salt. Jering can also be flattened into a small disk, sun-dried, fried in coconut oil, and sprinkled with salt.

TERENGGANU – SAMBAL UDANG KERING

Terengganu is one of the many Malaysian states endowed with a wealth of natural landscapes such as white sand beaches, exotic islands, lush virgin tropical jungles, quaint fishing villages and dazzling waterfalls. 

Because of its great location, it is known to produce high quality dried shrimps. Terengganu cuisine is distinctively memorable for its fresh ingredients, inimitable spices, and unique flavours, such as “Sambal Udang Kering” (dried shrimp sambal). 

 

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Terms & Conditions:

  • Offer is valid from 6 – 8 June 2022.
  • Self-pick up will be available at the lobby, DoubleTree by Hilton Johor Bahru.
  • Delivery fee applies for ONE delivery address per order only, delivery fee will be automatically calculated at checkout according to drop-off address stated.
  • Payment is not refundable and cannot be exchanged for other items. However, in the event you face an issue with your order (dissatisfactory condition), kindly email JHBDT_FB@hilton.com for exchange.
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  • This product is only applicable for takeaway and delivery. Should you wish to place an order for dine in, please separate your dine in order(s) from this order to ensure that you have a seamless experience during check-out.
  • This gift set requires an advanced order of 24-hours. Kindly select the corresponding time slot upon check-out. Guests who select time slots with less than the required period, will be contacted for a rescheduling of the next preferred time slot. Alternatively, do call the hotel directly at +607 268 6868.
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