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Sambal Kangkong

Sambal Kangkong Recipe

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Sambal kangkong (马来风光) is one of my favourite local veggie dishes. It’s quite easy and healthy (using olive oil) to whip up this dish at home, not to mention cheap as a packet of kangkong only cost around S$1. Besides kangkong, I’ve also tried cooking with spinach and it tastes great too. The spicy chilli paste is so addicting with white rice.

Sambal Kangkong Recipe

34 comments on “Sambal Kangkong”

  1. Are you using your new wok? ;p I love sambal kang kong but don’t cook it myself – don’t know why. :O

  2. I love how easy this is. and what a great classic. I love this with white rice. thanks for the step by step!

  3. My family hates the smell of roasting blachan, but love the end results!

  4. This vegetable is a favorite of mine and in our family, though for some reason I never remember to buy it on my own. I’ll definitely have to try this.

  5. I miss sambal kangkong!!!
    I’d so cook this if I could ever find kangkong here… * cries *

    By the way, do you know any local (Singapore) dishes that are prepared using a pressure cooker? ^^

  6. I love kangkong! I haven’t eaten too much of it since getting to Australia as it is not readily available at local supermarkets but you make it look so good this deserves a trip to Chinatown for it.

  7. Sounds delicious! I love eating all kinds of greens in the fall, and the sauce with this looks fantastic.

  8. I love your kangkung. Look so good. Mine never turned out to be good. I add fish sauce instead of sugar and salt.

  9. hello! may i know which brand of sambal chilli u used? i love ur recipes! i am trying this dish for my hubby this weekend.

  10. Love yr recipes! You make it seem easy and fun. ^^

    Going to try this out soon!

    (Btw what is toasting belacan?)

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