Sambal is a fiery sauce/paste made from chilli peppers and other ingredients that is served as a side accompaniment to spice up traditional Indonesian cuisine. Kayumanis Resto Jimbaran will take a closer look at this popular condiment with a Sambal Class every Friday starting in June.
If you ask any Indonesian food lover, no meal is complete without a generous spoonful of sambal. There are as many as 300 different sambal varieties available ranging from a mild tomato-based paste to a very hot mix of birds-eye chillies and local spices. Traditional sambals are made fresh each day in family homes and food stalls by grinding all ingredients in a stone mortar and pestle.
The Sambal Class at Kayumanis Resto Jimbaran is a fascinating introduction to some of Indonesia’s most popular sambals. As a participant, you will learn how to make several versions of this intense and flavourful condiment with tastings along the way. Chef Oka will share his culinary expertise by talking aboutthe unique characteristics of each sambal and suggesting different pairing combinations.
This enriching experience is complimentary for all in-house guests every Friday afternoon.