Paste for spicy noodle soup.
Paste for chicken curry.
Paste for tom yam.
Paste for meat.
Can be served readily as sambal for nasi lamak.As a cooking sauce to cook squids, prawns, crabs, cockles, mussels or any other popular seafood.As a cooking sauce for stir-fry vegetables, sausages, fish balls, meat patties or sprinkle as a topping over steamed fish.
Crispy anchovy chilli.
Crispy prawn chilli.
Chilli flavoured oil with crispy shrimp.
Spicy shrimp paste.
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